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Some Want to Snuff Out City Councilman's Smoking Age IncreaseBill Hannegan of Keep St. Louis Free thinks the County Council is moving too quickly when it comes to the minimum age change.
UPDATE: Crash Forces Closure of Interstate 44MoDOT warned of ten-mile backup on either side of St. James to Rolla corridor on Saturday
Missouri's National Parks Launch "Passport Challenge"Collect stamps at each of six sites to be eligible for prizes
The Colonel's Secret Recipe Revealed? Not So Fast, Says KFCHas Colonel Sanders' nephew inadvertently revealed to the world the secret blend of 11 herbs and spices behind KFC's fried chicken empire?
New Law Makes Insurance Companies Find, Pay BeneficiariesIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation requiring insurance companies to locate beneficiaries of unclaimed life insurance policies and pay them money they're owed.
Muny Attendance 2016 Shows Positive TrendsEnhanced production quality, superior casting, more imaginative presentations and large Muny orchestra boost attendance.
Thrillist: St. Louis is America's Most Overlooked CityA writer for the food, drink and travel website — Thrillist — is putting St. Louis in the limelight.
Harry Hamm: Best Picture of the Year, Come "Hell Or High Water"Motion picture is a top contender come award season.
Union Station Wants to Be North America's Holiday DestinationUnion Station welcomes 14 new attractions this holiday season including ice skating, snow tubing and a fire and light show.
Photos: 'City Foundry' to Transform Run-Down St. Louis FactoryThe Federal Mogul factory will be transformed by a $340 million project including restaurants, food stalls, and retail and office space.
BBB Warns St. Louis About Burial Insurance SchemeThe Better Business Bureau is warning St. Louis residents who receive an offer in the mail for burial insurance policies.
No More Girl Scout Cookies, Salvation Army Collections at SchnucksNo longer will you hear the bells of the Salvation Army around Christmas time nor will you see little girls with colorful posters selling Thin Mints.

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