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City advances surveillance plane plan for crime

City of St. Louis lawmakers on Friday advanced a plan to contract with a surveillance plane operator in a bid to solve more murders. In a close 15-14 tally, with Aldermanic President Lewis Reed cast…
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Clayton school district hires Jefferson County school administrator as new superintendent

The School District of Clayton has hired Nisha Patel as its next superintendent, effective July 1. She currently is superintendent of the Fox C-6 School District in Jefferson County. Patel will succ…
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Another chance for downtown tower? Former AT&T building to be up for grabs — again

The vacant building, the largest office tower in St. Louis by square footage, will be “remarketed” sometime in the first quarter of this year, according to new financial filings made to the bond inve…
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Once-troubled St. Louis hospital gets new name, owner

After years of turmoil, a new owner has taken over the former St. Alexius Hospital in south St. Louis with plans for improvements.
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St. Louis lenders see strong PPP interest, but not as big as first round

Here's what St. Louis lenders are seeing in the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) lending.
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Lots of water in the world’s most explosive volcano

Michael Krawczynski, assistant professor of earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, and graduate student Andrea Goltz investigate the deep, inner workin…
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St. Louis Blues draw big TV ratings in team's return

The St. Louis Blues are off to a hot start, at least as far as local television ratings for the team's initial games broadcasted by its flagship network. The strong television ratings come as the Blu…
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Rep. Andrew Koenig, Critic of Pandemic Restrictions, Has COVID-19

Missouri Sen. Andrew Koenig has tested positive for COVID-19, just days after sponsoring legislation that aims to strip local health authorities of the power to impose rules designed to slow the spre…
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No more needles?

The lab of Srikanth Singamaneni at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis developed a biosensing microneedle patch that can be applied to the skin, capture a biomark…
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CBRE scoops up Duke Realty exec

He is bringing a portfolio of industrial leasing business totaling more than 5.1 million square feet to CBRE.
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Aerosol particles naturally form over the open sea

Research led by Jian Wang, professor of energy, environmental and chemical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, uncovers a previously undocumented source of aerosol formation, which wil…
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Why Twain Financial Partners acquired Metro East land

The firm specializes in tax credit, structured debt and real estate transactions. Here's how this deal will aid in the development of a 92-unit senior living facility.
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St. Louis-based events software firm Ungerboeck makes hire for new C-suite role

Ungerboeck Systems International, a St. Louis-based provider of events and venue management software, has added to its C-suite with a newly created cybersecurity role.
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Missouri House Democrats Criticized by Staff Over Handling of Ethics Complaint

This story was originally published by the Missouri Independent. In a rare sign of rebellion, legislative aides who work for Missouri House Democrats are accusing
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Panera Bread doubles down on alternatives to dine-in service

Panera Bread Co., the Sunset Hills-based operator of the bakery-cafe chain, has beefed up catering and other so-called "off premise" services during the pandemic.
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