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First-of-a-Kind Stamps Are Round, Mimic Sports Ball TexturesA special coating applied to the stamps during the printing process gives them a texture that mimics the feel of a baseball’s stitching, a golf ball’s dimples, and a tennis ball’s seams!
Ameren Conducting Aerial Work Through End of MonthMaybe you've noticed helicopters hovering above local electrical lines with men dangling out of them. Here's why!
Ford Cuts Won't Effect Missouri PlantsJob cuts for salaried employees at Ford Motor Company likely will have no effect on Missouri's two truck-making plants.
Starbucks Testing Coffee Ice Cubes in St. Louis LocationsIt's a test in those two cities, and the company wants feedback from both consumers and baristas on how the cubes fare.
CWE Arcade Bar Gets Liquor License; Opponents Press OnA controversial arcade bar slated to open in the Central West End has received its liquor license -- but the battle to open isn't over.
Big Changes For Smaller Brews Coming to Anheuser-Busch BreweryAnheuser-Busch is investing $13 million into upgrading its St. Louis brewery, and big changes for smaller brews are coming.
McDonald's Expands Delivery Partnership With UberEatsIs the convenience of having a Quarter Pounder and fries delivered to your home or office worth a $5 fee? McDonald's is hoping it will be.
Some Starbucks Offering Free Drinks Amid Reported Computer OutageA reported computer outage is affecting Starbucks shops around the country, and some fans of the coffee chain are cashing in with FREE drinks!
High Hopes at Boeing in St. Louis: Pair of Trainer Jets UnveiledBoeing on Monday unveiled a pair of fighter jet trainers it hopes will win a big contract with the Air Force.
Story Is The Thing At The MunyAs single tickets go on sale, The Muny audience is growing......and getting younger.
Tronc In Talks With Wrapports to Acquire Chicago Sun-TimesA "for sale" sign has been put on the Chicago Sun-Times, and the company that operates rival Chicago Tribune has announced it is interested in owning the newspaper.
Edward Jones Takes on the Big CitySome of the cities where you might see more Edward Jones corner offices include Seattle, Denver, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Atlanta.

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