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J.C. Penney to Close 13 to 14 Percent of StoresJ.C. Penney says it will be closing anywhere from 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping.
Crime Concerns Won't Stop New St. Louis RentersTwo decades ago, just about 500 people lived downtown. Now that number is over thirteen thousand, but could concern about city crime rates put off new buyers?
Red's BBQ, Victim Of Ferguson Riots, Reopens In New LocationCustomers old and new are finding their way to Natural Bridge & Goodfellow.
Several Businesses Caught Selling Liquor to MinorsEmployees failed to properly check the ID's of high school or college students who were working with police.
Historic Connection Between St. Louis' Magnolia Hotel, Leaving Chocolate On Your PillowActor Cary Grant helped popularize the hotel in the 1950s, and the Magnolia is still attracting patrons from around the country with it's luxurious experience.
New SLU Hospital Renderings ReleasedIf you've been wondering what the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital will look like, wonder no more. The first renderings of the $550 million project have just been released.
Rep's 'Mockingbird' Is MagnificentClassic work given an impressive, imposing production.
Missouri Legislators Debate: To Drink, Or Not To Drink At Airport Gates?"I think the last thing that crew members or any of us want are intoxicated, unruly passengers at 30,000 feet."
PHOTOS: CityArchRiver Continues Progress at Arch Grounds, Kiener PlazaVisitors can expect several changes including new, brighter LED lighting, more green space for activities and easier access to both parks.
McDonald's to Offer $1 Sodas After Customer Visits DeclineMcDonald's is hoping $1 sodas can help draw more customers into its stores in the U.S. as it fights to reverse four years of declining visits.
Powerball Jackpot Tops $400 Million for 1st Time in MonthsThe odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are incredibly small, at one in 292.2 million.
Lawsuit Against Scottrade Upgrades Withdrawn Hours After FiledSLU Law Professor John Ammann says they withdrew the suit, because the ordinance they used as its basis wouldn't work.

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