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2013

Ruler marks 10 inches of snow in Cottleville, Mo. on Sunday, March 24, 2013. (KMOX/Greg Damon)

More Than a Foot of Snow Fell on St. Louis Sunday

According to the National Weather Service in St. Louis, 12.7 inches of snow fell Sunday at Lambert International Airport.

03/25/2013

Road-Construction-Detour

MoDOT Outlines Major Road Projects Coming in 2013

Just when you thought it was safe to use Interstate 64 for your downtown commute — another major project gets underway later this month.

01/15/2013

St. Louis Blues introduced before a game

Blues Post 2013 Schedule

Blues to open season at home January 19 against Detroit.

01/12/2013

Photo: UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Missouri Lawmakers Open 2013 with Plans for Tax Cuts

The Missouri Legislature convened its 2013 session Wednesday with the largest contingent of Republican lawmakers since the Civil War era.

01/09/2013

Money_Coins

2013 Brings Minimum Wage Increase in Missouri

Those receiving minimum wage in Missouri got a dime raise at the start of the year, bringing Missouri’s minimum wage to $7.35 an hour.

01/02/2013

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Forecasters Predict 2013 to be Another Hot Year

St. Louis just wrapped up its hottest year on record, but according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Gosslin 2013 is going to be a hot one too.

01/02/2013

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First Commitment Day Race Held Downtown

Some 500 area residents began a new New Year’s day tradition downtown Tuesday morning.

01/01/2013

Fiscal Cliff

Dems Want House Vote on Senate-Passed ‘Cliff’ Deal

House Democratic leader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, says she expects, and wants, a straight up or down vote, on the Senate-passed bill avoiding the tax portion of the fiscal cliff.

01/01/2013

Education

Education on Agenda for Missouri Legislative Session

How teachers are evaluated, held accountable and earn job-protecting tenure could be on the docket when a supermajority of Republicans takes control next month of the Missouri Legislature.

01/01/2013

U.S. Coins and Paper Money

Minimum Wage Gap Grows Wider Between States

Many workers around the country won’t be as lucky as the ones in Washington state, which is raising its salary minimum even though it already has the highest state baseline in the country. Workers one state over — in Idaho — will make nearly $2 per hour less in 2013.

12/31/2012

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