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WTF Another P.O.S. Winter MF-ing Storm is Headed to GD St. Louis Tomorrow

We’re sorry if this commentary seems NSFW but come the F on, winter. Can’t you give us a MF-ing break?…
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Drebes: Start tracking the 2020 gubernatorial race now

Although it’s a year and a half away, the 2020 gubernatorial race is quietly starting.
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Life in Balance: Vin Ko finds being out on the field is the best way to relax

Vin Ko’s family history and hometown roots fuel both his passion for work and play. Ko is the son of Chinese immigrants and grew up in St. Louis before moving to California for college. He worked fir…
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Airport hotel sells for 'bargain price,' analyst says

The 155-room hotel was built in 1985.
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Dog Found Bound With Duct Tape, Jefferson County Sheriff Investigating

Update at 4:25 p.m.: Paul Garcia, 39, of Barnhart has been arrested on a charge of felony animal abuse. He is accused of binding the dachshund with electrical and duct tape, driving him to Imperial…
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Lenders take over downtown tower after suing owner for $13M

A 22-story downtown building was put into receivership early this month after lenders to the owner of 100 N. Broadway sued for $13 million.
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Lime Bikes Were Supposed to Make St. Louis a Cyclist's City. Now They're Trash

Lime bikes turned up at a St. Louis scrapyard on Wednesday, dumped by the dozens on a mountain of junk that overlooks the nearby riverfront biking trail. This scene of trashed Lime bi…
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St. Louis Police Officer Kenneth Grooms Charged With Civil Rights Violation

Federal prosecutors have charged a St. Louis police officer with a misdemeanor civil rights violation. Officer Kenneth A. Grooms II, 38, used his position as a cop on May 5, 2018, to "willfully …
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On Valentine’s Day, a St. Louis lawyer’s thoughts on prenups

On Valentine’s Day, our twisted thoughts turned to divorce and prenups. Jordan Poole, a family lawyer at Carmody MacDonald, gamely offered her thoughts and advice on the subject. How common are pren…
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What you missed at the 2019 40 Under 40 Awards event

The St. Louis Business Journal has been recognizing the accomplishments of local professionals with its 40 Under 40 Awards for 25 years. More than 550 guests were in attendance Wednesday evening when…
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Two regional hospitals named to top rural hospitals list

Two regional hospitals have earned spots on a ranking of the best rural and community hospitals in 2019. Mercy Hospital Washington, along with HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Breese, Illinois, made t…
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On the market: The most expensive homes in St. Peters

This week’s on the market takes a look at some of the most expensive homes currently for sale in St. Peters.  In 2018, St. Peters had the most local home sales for the fourth consecutive year. A St.…
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Amazon will not build New York City headquarters

Amazon.com Inc. has canceled plans to build a second headquarters in New York City. The Seattle-based company (NASDAQ: AMZN) said on Thursday that it has cancelled plans for a sprawling 8-million sq…
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Cortex CEO to depart

Dennis Lower, the president and CEO of the Cortex Innovation Community in Midtown, will step down from his position at the end of the 2019, the innovation hub said Thursday.  Hired in 2010, followin…
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How St. Louis startups changed one law firm’s strategy

Mark Stallion was named to lead Greensfelder's entire intellectual property practice as of Feb. 1. He discussed his practice and the firm’s patent strategy.
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