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St. Louis Housing Market Tightest in 6 YearsMany would-be home sellers waiting for prices to increase more.
Laclede Gas Asks PSC to Approve 61-Cent Hike in Monthly SurchargeBeginning in March, natural gas customers of Laclede Gas Co. could see bills rise by as much 61 cents per month.
Lawmakers, Governor Quarrel Over UM System WoesRepublican-led General Assembly leaders say they're in no hurry to seat new curators
Joe Edwards Talks New Concert Venue, Businesses Leaving The LoopJoe Edwards, owner of Blueberry Hill and co-owner of The Pageant, and his business partner Pat Hagin have announced plans to build a new concert venue on The Loop called Delmar Hall.
Developer Seeks Rezoning for Lighthouse St. Louis Project$250 million project would include lighthouse, marina, restaurants.
Crestwood Plaza Redevelopment Public Hearing TonightTIF Commission will take comments beginning at 7 pm.
New Illinois Law Imposes Fine For Minors With E-CigsIllinois law already prohibits selling e-cigarettes to anyone under 18.
Disabled Illinois Veteran Disappointed With Medical Marijuana DecisionLon Hodge, who suffers from PTSD & chronic pain, was one who lobbied Gov. Rauner to expand program
St. Louis County Wants Innovation District for Plant ScientistsLocal boosters boast that the region has more plant science Ph.D.s than anywhere else in the world.
Lambert Airport Sees Uptick in Travel in 2015Nearly 13 million passengers flew in and out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in 2015 - not since 2009 has the airport seen that volume.
Another Business Packing Up, Leaving Delmar Loop"The reality is this is a very competitive retail district."
Governor Nixon: St. Louis is the Best Town in America without a MLS Team"I clearly think St. Louis is a great soccer town, it's easily the best town in America without a MLS team," Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said

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