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Illinois Treasurer To Auction Off Vintage Baseball Cards, Gold BarThe five-day online auction begins Monday.
Granite City Steel Mill Shut DownU.S. Steel's "temporary" move affects 2,000 workers
UAW Approves Contract With General MotorsNew pact involves 52,700 U.S. employees, including more than 3,000 at Wentzville
Giant Ketchup Bottle SellsCollinsville landmark bought by owner of Mississippi River Construction Company
Allegiant Air Adding Flights to Fort Meyers from MidAmerica AirportThe airport director also has his eyes on the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency headquarters going near Scott Air Force Base.
Facebook to Begin Testing 'Breakup Protection'Facebook will begin testing the breakup protection on mobile devices in the U.S. before deciding whether to offer it to all of its 1.5 billion accountholders worldwide.
Billy Busch Says He Can Afford to Keep Grant's Farm in Family"Grant's Farm is definitely a treasure to St. Louis, and I want nothing more than to keep in the family," Billy Busch told Charlie Brennan on KMOX Thursday morning.
Gas Prices Plummet in St. Louis, IllinoisAn analyst with GasBuddy knows what is causing the low prices.
Alton Teachers Get Two-Year ContractStrike averted, as union reportedly gets wage increases and maintains health benefits
Square Discounts Stock To Complete IPOSt. Louis native Jack Dorsey is CEO of mobile payments company
Saint Louis Zoo Considering Buying Grant's FarmZoo officials said they would complete the purchase only if they could generate enough public funding to operate Grant's Farm - some $3.5 to $8.5 million, annually.
Illinois Retailers Say Buying Sudafed is Too RigorousThe new argument is that Mexico is a bigger supply of meth than, say, a local chemistry teacher gone bad.
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