St Louis: 2011 Dangerous City in america, Not Camden or Philly...
St. Louis called 'most dangerous city' in U.S. again - St. Louis Business Journal
Hell, Philly or Camden didn't even make the LIST!
U.S. News and World Report said its “11 Most Dangerous U.S. Cities” is based on FBI crime data from 2003 through 2009 analyzed by Onboard Informatics. The data include property crime, such as burglary and motor vehicle theft, as well as violent crime, like murder and robbery.
11 Most Dangerous U.S. Cities
Birmingham, Ala. and Orlando, Fla. (tie)
Kansas City, Mo.
Minneapolis and Cleveland (tie)
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To be fair to St. Louis (and I hate St. Louis), its "city line" was drawn not really that far west of its downtown area - the planners at the time couldn't imagine it growing beyond it. It's like Philly with the Northeast, Chestnut Hill and University City on the other side of the line. Its Camden is also on the other side of the river though. I do miss toasted ravioli and a word for white trash that people actually get angry about.
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