Third Charge in Purse-SnatchingA third person has been charged in the attack on an 88-year-old woman outside a Dierbergs store in Florissant.
2 $50,000 Powerball Tickets Sold LocallyOK -- you didn't win the record Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, but there were two local winners of $50,000 for matching four white-ball numbers and the Powerball.
Local Magazine Highlights Breast Cancer Survivors with Daring CoverFounder Cillah Hall says watching her friend battle and eventually succumb to breast cancer inspired the annual health issue.
Good Earth Eggs Recalled Due to Salmonella ContaminationGood Earth Egg Company initiated a voluntary recall of their shell eggs because of Salmonella contamination.
Shrewsbury Police Looking for Public's HelpHoping to identify stolen credit card suspect
Lower Gas Prices Saving Consumers Money at the Grocery StoreLower transportation costs from farm field to grocery store shelf means we're paying less for food.
Fruits Recalled from DierbergsWawona Packing of California issued a voluntary recall for peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots.
Grocery Workers Approve New ContractThe deal covers 9,000 workers at Missouri Schnucks, Shop 'n Save and Dierbergs stores.
Grocery Workers Union to Vote on New ContractThe tentative contract would cover more than 9,000 Local 655 members employed at the three major food chains.
#Throwback Thursday: The First DierbergsDierbergs took root in 1854, when a general merchant exchange opened on Olive Street Rd., just east of where Highway 270 crosses Olive today.
Dierbergs Soup Spiking Case Falls Apart, Because of Lack of EvidenceThe St. Louis prosecutor's office says witnesses reported seeing what looked like "broken-up caplets" in the soup.
Suspect Accused of Spiking Soup Comes ForwardHe admitted to police that he was shopping at the store but denied putting anything in the soup.

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