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SABMiller to Recommend AB Inbev Deal Despite Value ShiftThe board of brewer SABMiller says it intends to ``recommend'' that shareholders accept Anheuser-Busch InBev's revised takeover offer, clearing the way for a shareholder vote on the mega-deal.
Fire Damages Building on Laclede's LandingSame building sustained partial wall collapse several months ago.
Olivette City Leaders Request Proposal for New Multi-Use BuildingMayor Ruth Springer says city offices are moving to a new multi-use building by next spring, and they're requesting proposals to redevelop the land.
Powerball's Estimated Jackpot Hits $478 MillionThe next drawing will be Saturday. Nearly three months have passed without a winner of the big prize.
Sweetie Pie's Owner Sues Son Alleging Trademark InfringementRobbie Montgomery filed suit in federal court Monday against her son, Tim Norman, who operates two Sweetie Pie's restaurants in the St. Louis area and one in North Hollywood, California.
OSHA: Heat Blamed in Landscaper's Death in MissouriOSHA says the worker's core body temperature exceeded 108 degrees, and he died the next day at a hospital.
Cats and Coffee: Mauhaus Cat Café Establishes Unique Experience in STLHuth and Triola are completely rehabbing the café, and say residents and nearby businesses have been encouraging with their effort.
Fresh Produce Shortages at Area Schnucks Grocery StoresShoppers trying to buy produce at Schnucks over the weekend were met with nearly empty or even empty shelves.
$61,000 Raised at Dine Out for Officer Mike FlamionWait times at the restaurants were more than an hour, with some approaching two and three hours long.
The Rep Receives Largest-Ever GiftAugustin family gives $1 Million to endow artistic director position
Construction Boom in City of St. LouisThe mayor's administration says more than $1 billion in permits have been issued this fiscal year -- that includes about $300 million in mechanical, electrical and plumbing permits.
Proceeds from Sales of Locally Brewed 'City Wide' Start to Flow4 Hands President and CEO Kevin Lemp says the brewery donates a dollar per case of City Wide sold to its nonprofit of choice.

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