International Companies Gather in St. Louis More than a dozen healthcare innovation companies from around the world are going to be gathering in St. Louis today pitching their technologies.
St. Charles Will Adhere to Intl. Building Code St. Charles County will adhere to the recommendations made in the latest version of the International Building Code
Former Blue Headed to USA Hockey Hall of FameYoung played four seasons in St. Louis, including the 2000-01 season, which ended in a loss in the conference finals.
Incentive Fund Aims to Pull in International FlightsCounty Executive Steve Stenger tells KMOX they're creating a 'revenue guarantee' fund, something done by cities across the country who want a particular flight
US Advances to Quarterfinals at U-20 World Cup, Sargent Scores AgainSt. Louisan Josh Sargent scored his fourth of the tournament, and is tied for first in the race for the Golden Boot.
Don't Be Surprised to See MLB Games in Mexico SoonThe players union and owners agreed to start international regular-season games as early as the 2018 season.
Local Talent Josh Sargent Named to US Soccer U-20 World Cup TeamSargent, 16, plays with St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club, and has been a member of the U.S. Soccer program since 2013, when he was invited to a U-14 training camp in 2013.
Parayko to Join Team Canada at World ChampionshipsColton Parayko's +35 career rating shares 10th among all defensemen over the past two regular seasons.
UMSL Optimistic About Local Fall Enrollment Despite International DeclineUniversity of Missouri-St. Louis is feeling "pretty good" about its enrollment next fall.
Indian Business Incubator Coming to the MidwestAn Indian small business incubator is setting up shop in St. Louis.
Lambert International Airport Could Go More InternationalIt's a common complaint that there isn't much "international" at our international airport.
U.S. Men's Soccer Coach Coming to St. Louis Tuesday for Fan Q&AFans are welcome to show up at Amsterdam Tavern in Tower Grove South and ask Bruce Arena questions, but space is 'extremely limited.'

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