Supreme Court Justices Hear Pregnancy Discrimination CaseA pregnancy discrimination case is in front of the Supreme Court and its outcome could affect women across the country. A former UPS worker says she was forced into taking unpaid leave when she became pregnant.
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McCaskill Opposed To Postal Service's Saturday Cut"We've got the best, the most reliable, the fastest, and most universal postal service in the world. I just don't think we should give up on that,"
Mayor Parks Urging Residents to Protect Out-of-Town Workers"Lets have our citizens look out for those people, lets have our citizens look out for each other," Mayor Alvin Parks told KMOX.
East St. Louis Man Accused of Hijacking UPS TruckSt. Clair County prosecutors charged 20-year-old Anthony Moore with attempted murder, aggravated vehicular hijacking, armed robbery and aggravated kidnapping.
Two Charged in UPS Driver AttackSuspects accused of trying to kill a teen who witnessed robbery of delivery driver in Metro-East.
Special Election Set for Late Alderman Carter's SeatThe City Election Board will hold a Special Election in Ward 27 on Tuesday, October 16.
St. Charles Man Faces DWI Charges in Crash that Killed St. Louis AldermanAlderman Gregory Carter was driving his UPS truck and was unable to stop in time to avoid the vehicles in front of him.
UPDATE: City Hall Mourns the Death of an Alderman
Alderman Greg Carter Killed In Early Morning CrashCarter had worked for UPS since 1984.
Local Woman Sentenced Involving Mortgage Foreclosure ScamLocal woman sentenced for involving credit repair scam involving approximately 80 Hawaiian victims.
USPS To Announce Service CutsPost office ponders closing 1 in 10 retail outlets.

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