Wash U Physician to Head National Transplant Network

Dr. Stuart Sweet will take over the UNOS in 2016.


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Coalition to Give Voice to Medical Marijuana Patients

They will push to add 11 health conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder, to the state’s medical marijuana program.


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Housing Market Rebound Continues

Traditional homebuyers returning to the market, prices rebounding.


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STL Business, Civic Leaders Apply Pressure to Pro-Uber Movement

“300! There are 300 cities who have been through this,” one leader said on KMOX’s Charlie & Debbie program.



Kansas City Raises Minimum Wage; St. Louis Workers Call on Mayor to do Same

Kansas City officials voted to increase the minimum wage to $13 by 2020 and that has a group in St. Louis calling on this city’s leaders to follow suit.


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Fast Eddie’s Owner Dead in Apparent Suicide

Nonn reports that Sholar apparently took his own life and was found Wednesday morning by his son, Edward Sholar Jr.


Members of the St. Louis County Council question the county's budget director during a special meeting on Tuesday, September 6th, 2011. (KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

St. Louis County Councilwoman Seeks $10 Minimum Wage

Hazel Erby says her bill would raise the St. Louis County minimum wage to $10 per hour in 2016


Minority Business Symposium’s Goal to Reduce Crime

Executive Director Yaphett El-Amin says statistics show that when people are working, they are not committing crime.


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Barnes and Wash U Hospitals are Top 10 in the Nation

It’s the 23rd year in a row that Barnes-Jewish has made the list of top hospitals in the country.


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Uber Vows to Recruit 2,000 Drivers, Enlists NAACP To Help Make Regulatory Case

Uber says it is partnering with the NAACP and the ‘Ferguson 1000′ organization to recruit UberX drivers.


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