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Protesters Push for $10 Minimum Wage at McDonald'sA crowd of about 30 protesters outside the Hampton Avenue McDonald's in St. Louis.
City Approves Lyft and Uber for the AirportThe city's fiscal board of estimate and apportionment approves a plan to let ride share services operate at Lambert.
Express Scripts to Limit Opioids; Doctors ConcernedThe new program from Express Scripts is drawing criticism from the American Medical Association, which believes treatment plans should be left to doctors and their patients.
Missouri Woman Fired After Post Against Police Support Sign"They didn't give me some runaround. They said, `No. It's just that there are people who will not come drink here if you're working here.'''
A Look At NAACP Travel Warning to Would-Be Missouri GuestsSt. Louis' hospitality industry says it's starting to see lost business that's perhaps tied to the NAACP's travel warning to would-be visitors to Missouri.
KCP Demands That City Comptroller Approves Scottrade Center Funds"Our ability to keep and pursue major events that are critical to jobs and our economy is severely at risk."
Airbnb Permanently Bans White Supremacists From Using Its ServicesWhite supremacists will be banned from making reservations and renting out spaces on Airbnb, and permanently denied access to the platform, Airbnb's co-founder said Tuesday.
Nashville Adds Direct Flights with British AirwaysBritish Airways just announced that Nashville is getting its next nonstop to London.
St. Louis Losing Tourism After Travel AdvisoryThe leader of St. Louis' tourism and convention agency says hotels are losing meetings because of a travel advisory issued by the NAACP
Shake Shack Still Expected to Open in Central West End This YearSince the St. Louis Shake Shack was first expected to be completed in "early 2017," KMOX went to take a look at the construction site.
Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold in IllinoisJackpot for Friday night's drawing was $393 million
Phone Threat Prompts Lockdown at Olin Brass PlantA tense afternoon at a manufacturing plant in the Metro East, where police were concerned about possible violence.

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