Houston Man Sentenced After Missouri Drug DealA Houston man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for his role in cocaine during a St. Louis transaction.
Salvation Army: Red Kettle Drive $200,000 Short, May be Ferguson EffectThe Salvation Army reports it is falling behind in its red kettle drive, and organizers say it may be the Ferguson effect.
Protest at the GalleriaAbout 40 protesters chanted as patrons and shop employees watched
Police Command Worries About Radicals when Grand Jury Wraps UpSt. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says they are concerned that the Black Panthers or communist activists might blend in with peaceful protestors and try to hurt police.
"Holiday" Microsoft Store Slated For St. LouisMicrosoft, which followed in Apple's footsteps by opening a series of mall-based retail stores in 2009, is expanding its footprint and opening a temporary, "holiday" store at the St. Louis Galleria this fall.
UPDATE: Clayton Bank RobbedSuspect did not display weapon. Fled on foot.
Homeless Visit Galleria Looking for Work "Instead of homeless people sitting in some cooling center wasting their time, they're going to be applying for jobs," Larry Rice said.
Restaurant Holds Job Fair To Fill 200 PositionsBlackFinn American Grille set to open later this month.
David Freese Signs Autographs at Galleria Macy'sFans lined up to get some face-time with World Series hero David Freese.
Fans Line Up Early For Chance To Meet David FreeseDavid Freese will be at the Macy's in the Galleria today from 6 to 8 p.m.
EEOC Sues Villa Galleria for Sexual HarassmentEmployee claims an assistant supervisor put his hands up her shirt

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