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U.S. Gas Prices Up Slightly The Past Two WeeksSt. Louis remains below national average, but has also seen an increase
Product Recall: Frozen Hash Browns May Contain Golf Ball BitsConsumer notice includes Roundy's brand sold at Pick 'n Save stores in Illinois
Bebe Says "Bye Bye" to Brick & MortarsClothing retailer is shutting down both stores in St. Louis area (and all 130 in U.S.) by end of May
Goodwill Hosts Earth Day Donation Drive at Busch StadiumGoodwill wants your unwanted computers, computer accessories, phones, clocks, DVD players, and just about any device with a cord, plug or battery.
Plan to End Tax Break for Missouri Seniors, Disabled StallsRepublican Chairman Dan Brown said raising taxes on low-income seniors and disabled renters would have brought in between $52 million and $56 million in revenue.
Caterpillar Moving Operations from Peoria to Chicago SuburbThe heavy-equipment maker announced Wednesday it is moving operations to the Chicago suburb of Deerfield.
Tiger Woods-Designed Golf Course Coming to BransonWoods said the new course will be called Payne's Valley to honor Springfield, Missouri native Payne Stewart.
Companies Offer Free Tax Day Treats!Still poring over your tax returns? Lots of companies are offering free or low-cost de-stressers today!
Starbucks Announces Unicorn FrappuccinoHere only for a five day engagement, the colorful drink promises to keep up with the unicorn craze.
St. Louis-Based Post Holdings Buys British Breakfast CerealLocally-based Post Holdings, best known for its cereal brands, is acquiring a British breakfast favorite.
St. Louis Gas Prices Drop Below National AverageGas prices are rising across the country, but they're dropping right here in St. Louis.
'Monumental' Crowd Wraps the Block for 'Hamilton' Tickets"Hamilton" won't hit the stage until next year at the Fox, April third through the 22nd.

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