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Video: Man Steals Phone From Jogger Who Collapsed and Died

St. Louis police have released a video of a man who stole a phone from a woman who collapsed during a run in south St. Louis. The woman later died. Shortly after 1 p.m. on Sunday, the 64-year-…
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SSM Health names chief medical officer for Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

SSM Health has named its new chief medical officer for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. Dr. Marya Strand, who has held the CMO post on an interim basis since June, has formally accepted the rol…
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Davidson Surface/Air offloads former headquarters in Hazelwood

The Boeing contractor built a new $32 million campus in Bridgeton in 2018.
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Overseas group fights to save Boeing's first-ever passenger hydrofoil (Photos)

Conservationists from Hong Kong and Macau want the ship, made in Renton, to be preserved, saying it's historically important and worth saving for its role in growing the region's economy.
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St. Louis lands yet another MLS team, only this one won’t take the field

St. Louis City SC, the city’s new Major League Soccer team set to debut in 2023, has announced it will join the league’s esports circuit and recruit a local player to represent it. Beginning in 2021…
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California’s top court refuses to hear Bayer's appeal of $20.4M Roundup verdict

The California Supreme Court has refused to consider Bayer's appeal of a $2.4 million Roundup verdict in favor of a former school groundskeeper who claimed the weedkiller caused his cancer. The verd…
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Here's Where to Find Your Polling Place Wait Time on Election Day in St. Louis County

Even with the huge amount of early voting happening, it’s likely that polling places will still be extremely busy on Election Day. There are many people who still want to vote in the most traditional…
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Store closings: Gap abandoning malls while betting on Old Navy and Athleta

Gap Inc. plans to pull out of most shopping malls, closing 220 of its namesake stores and 130 under its Banana Republic banner by 2024 while adding Old Navy and Athleta stores, the company announced …
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St. Louis Fed's Bullard doubles down: More fiscal aid can wait, businesses are adapting

As stimulus talks drag on in Washington, St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard is sticking to his contention that more federal stimulus aid can wait because U.S. businesses are adapting to pandemic res…
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Top area donors to Biden, Trump include well-known executives

Politically active St. Louisans appear more invested in Joe Biden than President Donald Trump, though the president seems likely to win Missouri.
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Will Ascension's move to ditch the office sway others to follow?

St. Louis-based Ascension, one of the region's largest employers, has already decided it will have most of its 1,200 employees work from home — becoming the first major local company to make the anno…
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Arch Resources announces plan to wind down thermal coal production

Arch Resources, one of the world's largest coal producers, is launching a plan to wind down is business producing coal used for generating electricity. The Creve Coeur-based energy company (NYSE: A…
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Chicken Renting Could Be Your New Pandemic Project

Why go to the store to pick up eggs when you could have chickens hatch them in your own backyard? Rent The Chicken will let you rent as many as four egg-laying hens next year from April t…
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Missouri employment growth slows in the fall; still going up

Due to Missouri’s ongoing economic recovery, the U.S. Department of Labor earlier this month shut off the state’s unemployment Extended Benefits program. Oct. 10 was the last day unemployed Missouria…
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Commentary: Civic economic development merger won’t solve St. Louis’ problems

Every few years, it seems, the civic organizations in St. Louis reshuffle the deck, promising improved collaboration, better performance, and less drama.
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