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Emergency responders simulate disater at Scottrade Center in St. Louis

Missouri Union Bill Exempts First Responders

Some lawmakers are trying to curb the power of organized labor, but want to avoid upsetting some key political constituencies, namely police and firefighters.

05/10/2014

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Labor Leader Indicted on Fraud Charges

Anthony Davis, president of Mail Handlers Local 314, was indicted for his alleged embezzlement of approximately $40,660 of union funds.

04/29/2014

Postal Workers Rally, March To Protest Staples Deal

Say contract stores don’t work well. Fear it’s a step toward privatization.

04/27/2014

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St. Louis Union Warns Obamacare Could Cut Employee Wages

Obamacare is coming under fire from a union representing some 300,000 members nationwide, including about 3,000 in St. Louis.

03/12/2014

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Metro, Union Close to a Contract

Talks between Metro and its largest employees union could be close to an end.

02/14/2014

AB InBev

Talks Begin Between A-B InBev, Teamsters

It’s uncharted territory as the Teamsters begin contract talks with Anheuser-Busch InBev for the first talks since InBev purchased A-B five years ago.

11/06/2013

Matthew Rogers

Second Union, Mo. Teacher Sentenced For Sexual Assault

Matthew Rogers and former physical education teacher and coach Brad Julius were charged in the 2011 attack.

10/24/2013

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Union Teacher Sentenced For 2011 Sexual Assault

One of two Union, Missouri teachers accused of sexually assaulting a woman is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday.

10/03/2013

Matthew Rogers

Union Teacher to be Sentenced Today For Sexual Assault

31-year-old Matthew Rogers, who taught sixth grade at Clark Vitt Elementary, pleaded guilty in February to one count of conspiring to commit sexual assault.

09/16/2013

Workers raise a new conduit into position on the new I-70 bridge over the Mississippi River in December, 2012. (Photo via MoDOT)

Talks with Iron Workers hit a ‘Snag’ but Talks Continue

Some big projects in the St. Louis area hang in the balance as iron workers continue to negotiate a new contract.

07/31/2013

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