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FCC Votes Along Party Lines to End 'Net Neutrality'The FCC vote is unlikely to be the last word. Net neutrality supporters threatened legal challenges, with New York's attorney general vowing to lead a multistate lawsuit. Some Democrats want to overturn the FCC action in Congress.
PHOTO: Brewery Creates 27-Foot-Tall Christmas Tree Out Of Beer KegsA tree that all beer lovers can enjoy!
Ground Broken for Phase 2 of St. Louis' Ballpark VillageCardinals president Bill DeWitt III says phase 2 is more than seven times larger than the first phase of Ballpark Village, which opened in 2014.
Christmas Shopping Season Humming In Missouri - And Millennials Are Leading The Pack"Millennials are starting to take over as the biggest shoppers, and spending the most money."
Uber Charges Customer Over $14,000 For 20-Minute RideThe incredible amount, which comes out to 18,518.50 in Canadian dollars, was posted to social media by the outraged rider on Instagram.
Season Of Giving: Top U.S. Charities In 2017 RevealedForbes has revealed its list of America's largest charities, as well as how much of your money will actually go towards their respective causes.
People Mortgaging Their Homes To Buy Bitcoin, Report SaysAccording to reports, a number of investors looking to cash in on the soaring prices have resorted to putting their houses up as collateral to fund the venture.
Scams, Delays Already Wreaking Havoc On Holiday Package DeliveriesThe FBI is warning Americans to watch out for fake emails claiming to be from FedEx, UPS, and the U.S. Postal Service that are really filled with viruses.
Drink Up! Schlafly Announces 2018 Beer ReleasesNot only will customers taste new beers from Schlafly, but they will also see new packaging.
6-Year-Old YouTube Star Earns $11 Million Reviewing ToysRyan ToysReview started in 2015 when the boy was only four -- it now has over 10 million subscribers.
Ballpark Village to Break Ground on New DevelopmentMissy Kelley, president of Downtown STL Inc., will get her wish to see cranes downtown very soon.
Leta Automotive Applies for Zoning ChangeA meeting set for Monday night will allow the St. Louis County Planning Commission to consider a petition from an auto dealership.

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