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Crayola Announces It's Retiring a ColorFriday is National Crayon Day and Crayola says it will mark the occasion by retiring one of its colors.
Business Booms after Buzzfeed Video Features Soulard's Twisted RanchA Soulard restaurant is -- quickly -- learning about the power of social media.
New Report Ranks Missouri Poorly for InnovationA new report from Wallet Hub puts the state at 39th out of 51 - the report includes Washington DC.
St. Louis Revels In 'Hamilton' Hype"There's never been a show like it; there's never been an awareness of a musical like it in recent years," says KMOX Entertainment Editor Harry Hamm.
VIDEO: MLS2STL Leaders Make Final Push For Stadium Funding BillsThe MLS Commissioner, U.S. Soccer CEO and soccer analyst Taylor Twellman are in St. Louis to gain support on Prop 1 and 2 that will be voted on in the city of St. Louis, next week.
United Airlines: Customers 'Welcome' to Wear LeggingsUnited Airlines says regular-paying flyers are welcome to wear leggings aboard its flights, even though two teenage girls were barred by a gate agent from boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis because of their attire.
Credit Card Policies Are More Flexible Than People ThinkA study finds that 80 percent of cardholders who asked to waive an annual fee or have it reduced were successful.
Lambert International Airport Could Go More InternationalIt's a common complaint that there isn't much "international" at our international airport.
Real Estate Inventory Goes Down in Time for Spring MarketIt is a sellers' market this spring as the inventory of houses for sale is down.
Local Tech Company Develops Facial Recognition Security SystemA company with an advanced facial recognition program right here in Saint Louis could change threats for businesses.
WashU Profs Partner with Ethiopian Factory to Create 'Dignity Period'Reaching womanhood in the United States can be an awkward time for a girl, but imagine what it's like for girls growing up in Ethiopia.
Law Firm Files Multiple Cases Against Monsanto's RoundupAttorney James Onder says the plaintiffs are mostly people in their 50s with cancer they think they got from Roundup.

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