Illinois Appeals Court Overturns 12-Year Term for $44 TheftAn Illinois appeals court has overturned a 12-year prison term given to a man for stealing $44 in coins from a vending machine, finding the punishment was ``grossly disproportionate.''
Man Selling Car Covered in Spare Change for $34,500The Lake St. Louis resident covered his 1998 Ford Taurus in pennies, nickels and silver dollars.
Laundromat Thief Caught on CameraPolice believe the suspect has robbed several laundromats.
St. Louis Currency Sells For a FortuneEric P. Newman's collection brings $23 million at auction.
St. Louis Metro Buses No Longer Taking Some CoinsStarting next Monday, Metro will no longer accept pennies, 50-cent coins or $2 bills as payment.
Man Repays $150,000 To Insurance Company With 4 Tons Of CoinsA southern Illinois businessman paid off a portion of a court-ordered legal settlement with nearly four tons of quarters packed into dozens of bags.
Arrest Made in Transportation Museum Coin TheftSuspect is a museum volunteer
Police Recover Stolen Civil War-Era CoinsRare coins had been taken from Museum of Transportation display last month.

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