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Missouri Gov. Nixon to Work as Lawyer After Term EndsNixon spokesman Scott Holste confirmed on Friday that the outgoing governor will work for the Dowd Bennett firm in Clayton.
Washington State Suing Monsanto Over PCB PollutionWashington on Thursday became the first U.S. state to sue the agrochemical giant over pervasive pollution from PCBs - toxic industrial chemicals that have accumulated in plants, fish and people around the globe for decades.
Study Finds Millennials Less Likely To Out-Earn ParentsA study finds that millennials are much less likely to out-earn their parents due to an uneven distribution of money.
St. Louis' Tallest Residential Tower Planned for KingshighwayWhat would be the tallest and most unique residential tower in St. Louis is being planned for the Central West End, overlooking Forest Park.
Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
Jimmy John's Agrees to End Non-Compete Deals in IllinoisA Jimmy John's news release said the company is pleased to resolve the lawsuit.
U.S. Steel CEO: 10k Jobs Could Return to United StatesLonghi today told the CNBC's "Power Lunch" panel he hopes to "accelerate investments" and start rehiring now that Donald Trump will be occupying the oval office.
Florida Grocery Store Offers Beer And Wine While You ShopAt Lucky's Market in Jacksonville, customers of age can enjoy an adult beverage as they go about their grocery shopping.
Missouri Peach Grower Sues Monsanto Over Herbicide UseFarm seeks millions of dollars in compensation for damage to the farm's peach trees over the past two years.
Heroin Crisis Plays Role in St. Charles Co. Sales Tax Holiday DiscussionsThe county is considering opting out of the annual "holiday," in part, because the heroin crisis is costing it around $2 million a year.
Time Taking Major Toll on Shuttered Jamestown MallSt. Louis County officials launching effort to possibly redevelop site.
Trump Tweet on Air Force One Boeing Construction: 'Cancel Order!'President-elect Donald Trump is once again stirring controversy on Twitter. This time - accusing Boeing of overcharging for construction of a new Air Force One.

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