U.S. Steel Files Trade ComplaintPittsburgh-based owner of mill in Granite City takes on China steel producers
Bridgeton Company Loses Wrongful Death SuitHussmann forced to pay $22.7 million to family of man killed by a company truck driver.
Busch Siblings Sit Together in Probate CourtThe Grant's Farm fight between rival siblings of the Busch family went before a St. Louis probate court Tuesday.
Missouri House Advances Bill to Expand Castle Doctrine LawDemocratic opponents say the legislation encourages use of deadly force.
$100k Awarded to St. Louis Technology Firms, Schools, Groups"There is really no limit to the tsunami that's going to hit St. Louis tech."
Busch Beer Family Feud Heads to CourtCourt will decide whether Grant's Farm can be sold, not to whom.
Bob Evans Locations Close NationwideBob Evans is closing 27 under-performing restaurants, including a location in Florissant.
Justice Department Approves Charter's Bid to Buy Time Warner, Bright HouseThe Justice Department has approved Charter's bid to buy Time Warner Cable and create another cable giant.
After Firing, Popular Wal-Mart Checker Becomes StarHe's 52, disabled and long known for smiles and hugs. Shoppers loved him. They would purposely get in his line because they wanted to visit with Frank, The Kansas City Star reports. But then came April 2, the day of the gallon jug of Red Diamond Sweet Tea and the end of Frank the checkout guy.
McCaskill: Pentagon Can't Close Military BasesShe says the Pentagon is just trying to get Congress' attention.
9-Year-Old Sells Lemonade to Help Pay For His AdoptionThe money will go toward helping pay about $5,000 in legal fees so Tristan Jacobson can be adopted.
Billy Busch Ups Grant's Farm Bid $1 More Than SiblingsHis offer is $26,000,001, surpassing the $26 million counter-offer made by four of his brothers and sisters.

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