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Best Friends Animal Society’s Strut Your Mutt Returns to St. Louis

St. Louis —Best Friends Animal Society, a national animal welfare organization dedicated to making the United States No-Kill by 2025, and Chem-Dry, the world’s leading environmentally-friendly carpet…
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Wells Fargo to reduce headcount by up to 10% in next three years

Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) says it expects employee numbers to drop by as much as 10 percent over the next three years — a decline it says will be due to "displacements as well as normal team memb…
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Isaiah Hammett's Family Mourns SWAT Raid Victim; Circuit Attorney Now Has Case

When Gina Torres woke up this morning, she was greeted by the bullet holes that still mark the south-city home where her son Isaiah Hammett was killed in a SWAT raid last year. Today would have been …
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UMB Bank acquires $160M funeral trust account portfolio, adds St. Louis staff

UMB Bank acquired a $160 million portfolio of preneed, endowed care and custody trust accounts with funeral homes and cemeteries throughout Missouri. After the acquisition, UMB became one of the lar…
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Metro Transit receives $1.5 million grant

The Federal Transit Administration has awarded a $1.5 million grant to Metro Transit to support the development and implementation of a new electric bus program. The first extended-range-battery el…
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Nonprofit co-founder, former ad exec, undergoing surgery after being shot in carjacking attempt

Tom Townsend, who co-founded a local nonprofit as well as a St. Louis-based advertising agency, will undergo the first of several surgeries Thursday following a gunshot wound he received early Tuesda…
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Senior housing communities lead to lower level of hospitalization

Over time, older individuals who live in senior housing communities were found to be less likely to have high levels of hospitalization, finds a new study from the Brown School at Washington Universi…
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Urgent care chain opens new location in Oakville

Total Access Urgent Care has again expanded with the opening of a new facility in Oakville.
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3 takeaways from Gov. Mike Parson on how Missouri can move forward

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and his administration have placed a focus on workforce development and infrastructure.
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John Ryan Sues Planned Parenthood Over Arrest

An anti-abortion activist who was charged with making a terroristic threat against Planned Parenthood's St. Louis clinic is now suing the organization and one of its employees. John Ryan was a…
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Local startup competing for $1 million prize in New York

Rozzy Learning Co., a St. Louis startup from Jessica Gordon and Allison Bischoff, that launched in 2016 with a children’s book, called “Maggie the Magnifying Glass,” has been named a finalist in a Ne…
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Exit of Scottrade Bank skews deposit numbers at St. Louis banks

Despite online and mobile banking, St. Louis still holds onto a lot of bank branches.
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Editorial: For economic development, it’s all about innovation

We can play the economic game of trying to attract outside companies through a bidding war of offering tax credits and other subsidies. Or, we grow organically through innovation.
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Riot Games lands priceless global sponsor for ‘League of Legends’

Riot Games has landed its first global sponsor for “League of Legends” esports: Mastercard. Under the deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, Mastercard (NYSE: MA) will serve as the game’s excl…
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Gremlin Social makes two acquisitions

Fintech social media marketing startup Gremlin Social, founded in St. Louis in 2011, has acquired VidVerify, a video-based communication platform for mortgage lenders, and Insight CRM, a software as …
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