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‘Lyft’ Car Service Looking in St. Louis

Lyft, an app-dispatched car-sharing service known for its fuzzy pink mustaches on the front of cars, is looking for interested drivers in St. Louis — but isn’t ready to hit the road.

03/05/2014

A historical photo of Lambert Airport with the original copper roof. (Michael Calhoun/KMOX)

Lambert Airport Goes Retro — With New Copper Roof, Baggage System

A new screening system means passengers will be able to drop their luggage off at the counters, instead of lugging them to the security areas.

03/04/2014

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St. Louis Leaders Unconcerned About “Taste” Moving

With the announcement that the Taste of St. Louis is moving to Chesterfield, why aren’t St. Louis leaders concerned about the loss of the event?

03/04/2014

Taste of St. Louis preparations on September 28, 2012. (KMOX/File)

Taste Of St. Louis Moving To Chesterfield

The Budweiser Taste of St. Louis will be held at a new venue this year: Chesterfield’s Central Park and the Chesterfield Amphitheater.

03/03/2014

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Missouri Senate Endorses Education Legislation

Those who attend a struggling school could transfer to a better school.

02/26/2014

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Job ‘Bounty Hunters’ Sought By Mo. Legislature

Missouri legislators are proposing the state use recruiters, akin to private bounty hunters, to bring jobs to Missouri.

02/26/2014

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AB InBev Profits Soar, Contract Talks Continue

On the day Anheuser-Busch InBev reports a 45% increase in 4th quarter profits, comes word that the brewer has extended its current contract with the Teamsters Union for another month.

02/26/2014

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Missouri Senators Debate School Legislation

Debate over legislation taking aim at a student transfer law

02/25/2014

MENDOTA, IL - DECEMBER 30:  Trimmed New York Strip steaks sit on the cutting table before being packaged and frozen at Heartland Meats December 30, 2003 near Mendota, Illinois. Heartland owners John and Pat Sondgeroth raise Piedmontese cattle without the use of genetically modified crops, growth hormones or feed containing animal bi-products. They also package and sell this low-fat variety of beef directly to the consumer. Since the discovery of Mad Cow Disease in Washington state in the U.S. last week, the Sondgeroths say inquiries about their beef have tripled.   (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Rising Meat Prices May Determine Freezer Life

Raising meat prices might prompt consumers to extend its shelf life.

02/24/2014

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Missourians Rally For Wood Burning Stoves

Some in state legislature say new EPA clean air proposal goes too far.

02/23/2014

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8/22/13-Hundreds of bargain-hunting shoppers gathered for Thursday morning's ribbon-cutting to mark the official opening of St. Louis Premium Outlets. It's located off Exit 14 of Interstate 64 in either direction near the Boone Bridge and about three miles west of the Taubman Prestige Outlet mall that opened earlier this month. St. Louis Premium Outlets is a $100 million, 350,000 square foot development that opened with 80+ stores and is reportedly 100% leased. The opening created 800 jobs and the $140 million in annual sales is expected to generate up to $11 million in sales tax revenue for the city of Chesterfield. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

St. Louis Premium Outlets Open In Chesterfield

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