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2 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis
There's a plan in the works to bring 24/7 medical care to north St. Louis. Developer Paul McKee plans to build a three-bed urgent care hospital at North 25th Street and Maiden Lane.
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6 hrs ago | KMOV-TV Saint Louis
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis police are looking for a suspect after a double shooting on July 4th killed one brother and left his twin seriously injured.
8 hrs ago | USA Today
Flooding on Mississippi causes ship schedule changes River lines are adjusting their schedules due to high water levels on the Mississippi.
12 hrs ago | River Front Times
Friends and family buried Abdulrauf Kadir, an Ethiopian refugee working to bring his wife and children to St. Louis, on Tuesday, the day after officials filed murder charges against the man suspected of shooting him during a robbery.
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
According to this nifty TIME widget , we now know that St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay Tweets at a 6th grade reading level.
Architecture firm HOK confirmed Tuesday it will soon have a new downtown St. Louis home.
A global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm is renovating and relocating to a new office in downtown St. Louis.
All lanes of Interstate 44 in both directions from Broadway to the Poplar Street Bridge will close this weekend, according to The Missouri Department of Transportation.
Scott Davis, chef de cuisine at Three Flags Tavern , may have come in after the menu was already written, but that doesn't keep him from putting his personal stamp on the place.
Here is a list of events happening this week aimed at educating and informing local small-business owners, entrepreneurs and those interested in the St. Louis startup scene.
The Fourth of July may be around the corner, but if it's freedom from clothing you want, then the World Naked Bike Ride is the celebration for you.
Just a few weeks ago, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster was publicly exhorting Missouri Republicans to change their party's platform, which endorses the state's 10-year-old constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
While plenty of work is left to be done, St. Louis Public Schools has established a foothold in its effort to raise academic performance and reverse decades of sagging enrollment.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 08:03 pm
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