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Lambert Airport Sees Boost in Passenger ActivityYou might say things are "looking up" at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Missouri Lottery Seeking $1 Million WinnerThe Missouri Lottery says a ticket bought at a Quick Mart store in the Overland area matched all five white-ball numbers: 2, 3, 16, 48 and 56.
Business is Scarily Good for the Haunted House IndustryLocal haunted house staple Creepyworld is ranked the fourth best haunted attraction in the nation.
UFCW Local 655 Approve Schnucks' Three-Year ContractUFCW Local 655 voted 1,020 to 507 on the new three-year deal, which avoided a potential strike if the contract proposal was not accepted.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car to Donate $10M Annually to Food BanksSt. Louis-based Enterprise Rend-A-Car finds a unique way to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
Annual St. Louis Book Fair Moves to New Location in 2017Interim President of the book fair Board of Directors says the move is better for their merchandise, volunteers and the comfort of patrons.
Lambert Airport Soon to Operate Under New NameIt should start operating under that new moniker after the first of the year.
Stolen Base at World Series Means Free Tacos at Taco BellUnder the deal, participating Taco Bell locations will hand out a free Doritos Locos Taco to fans on Nov. 2 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. local time.
Election Director: County is as Prepared as Can Be For Nov. 8thDirector Eric Fey is anticipating a county turnout of between 76 to 79 percent of voters.
Derailed Coal Train Knocks Out Power For HundredsNo one was hurt in the accident, and Ameren expects to have the power back on by noon Wednesday.
Alderman Defends New Ballpark Village Tax BreaksPlan would only give Cardinals tax break if they create new jobs on-site.
They're Called 'Pedtextrians' - Pedestrians Who Walk and TextFord has introduced technology that detects distracted "pedtextrians" - those who text and walk.

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