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St Louis, MO 63146 Directions
Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, one of the auto industrys most high-profile executives, has been arrested in Japan after an internal investigation revealed significant acts of misconduct over many years by him and another top executive. The stunning announcement ripped through a powerful global alliance, slamming the stocks of Nissan NSANY and Renault RNSDF, where Ghosn also serves as chairman. Together with Japans Mitsubishi Motors MMTOF, Nissan and Renault make up the biggest global carmaking alliance, which makes one of every
LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn. Authorities have made a second arrest in the rape of a 16-month-old Tennessee boy, according to WHNT. Danielle Bowen, 22, was arrested on a charge of felony child neglect, according to District Attorney Brent Cooper. Bowens arrest follows the apprehension of suspected child rapistSimon Dean Porter, 33, who was the target of a nationwide manhunt. He was arrested Sunday in Scottsboro. Porter is charged with aggravated rape after he allegedly sexually abused the boy on Nov. 10.
ST. LOUIS A local school district is giving thanks to a special group of families. St. Louis Public Schools has assembled holiday meals to show gratitude to families facing unique challenges. Fox 2s Jasmine Huda spoke with organizers of the 801 Adopt a Family Thanksgiving Food Drive.
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio Athena Mericsko says her name symbolizes strength, but it took just one word to shake her to her core cancer. It took me by surprise, Mericsko told WJW. I was training for a marathon. Diagnosed with Leukemia in 2012, Mericsko says she was taking things day by day. Her rigorous treatment included multiple blood transfusions, 48 arsenic treatments and three rounds of chemotherapy. We tried to keep very positive try to keep very hopeful about
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. Teachers at the Chesterfield Childrens Center on Wild Horse Creek Rd near Baxter told inspectors about a mice problem in April 2017. I have seen them around the kitchen, said one caregiver. Another said she found mouse droppings in the quesadillas that we were scheduled to serve to the children one day. She said they were thrown out before they were served. The center responded, saying, The complaint about the food was totally false made
1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101 Directions
I was diagnosed at the age of 3, Selwa explained. It takes over your lungs. But not only that, your whole body.
Yeo had a 73-49-11 in his time as head coach in St. Louis. He replaced Ken Hitchcock in the middle of the 2016-17 season and led the Blues to the playoffs.
The city of Portage Des Sioux is under a boil order after a breakdown at the water plant.
Theres no question in my mind that, statistically speaking, I shouldnt be able to sit here and talk with you like this.
5 On Your Sides Jenna Barnes and Jasmine Payoute will have team coverage tonight at 10.
Missouri Lawyers Media
319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102 Directions
Where defendant left the scene of his robbery with opportunity to escape without committing another crime, the district court did not err by counting his assault, involving shooting at a pursuing witness as a separate offense for sentence enhancement under the ACCA. Stras, J., concurring: A finding that Perry committed his past crimes on ...
Springfield attorney and prominent member of the legal community Virginia Fry died late Sunday night, according to a news release from the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association. She was 64.
A Jackson County judge has given final approval to a $250,000 settlement to end a class-action lawsuit against Rockhurst University stemming from a 2016 data breach. On Nov. 16, Circuit Judge Kevin D. Harrell approved the settlement in a suit brought by Alexandria Stobbe in June 2016. Class counsel Mitch Burgess of the Burgess Law ...
A cancer-causing chemical that leaked from a closed industrial site near the Springfield airport is appearing in the Fantastic Caverns tourist stop. Litton Systems used the chemical trichloroethylene TCE to remove grease from metal parts when it manufactured circuit boards near the airport beginning in the 1960s. The chemical has reached some water wells ...
A woman charged with scamming GoFundMe donors out of more than $400,000 with a fake story about a homeless veteran was duped by her former boyfriend and genuinely thought she was helping the man, her attorney said Monday. James Gerrow told ABCs Good Morning America that Mark DAmico was calling the shots in the alleged ...
St Louis Business Journal
815 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63101 Directions
Indianapolis-based Pearl Cos. has plans for a $70 million mixed-use residential and retail development near the Forest Park-DeBaliviere Transit Center.According to Bi-State Developments website, the developers plans call for three four- to six-story buildings with 265 apartments and nearly 34,000 square feet of retail space. The proposed project also is to include up to 342 parking spaces.A Bi-State spokesperson said the land could be sold or leased.The three buildings proposed as part
First Mid-Illinois Bancshares Inc. Nasdaq: FMBH, which bought First Clover Leaf Bank in Edwardsville in 2016, has completed its acquisition of SCB Bancorp Inc. of Decatur, Illinois.The purchase includes Soy Capital Bank and Trust and its wholly owned subsidiary, J.L. Hubbard Insurance and Bonds and represents $458 million in total assets, $341 million in deposits and $254 million in loans through 10 banking centers in Illinois.At the effective time of the merger, each of the 225,825 outstanding
According to a Certificate of Need application filed with the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee, Oak Pointe Assisted Living is planning to start construction on an $8 million assisted living center in Washington in 2020.
Two St. Louis-based organizations said Monday that theyve been awarded grants from Boeing to fund educational programs focused on science and technology.The aerospace company awarded COCA-Center of Creative Arts a $100,000 grant to fund the centers Engineering Creativity, Empowering Curiosity program, which provides science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics STEAM curriculum. With Boeings support, the centers COCAedu division in 2013 piloted STEAM residences in local
Federal law still classifies cannabis as a controlled substance, Husch Blackwells Bob Tomaso said.
St Louis Today
900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101 Directions
Darcy Horn Davenport, president of Active Nutrition since 2017, will become CEO of the new public company.
On June 5, 1973, a final stake was put through the heart of the project when the St. Louis Housing Authority voted for a final shutdown of the complex.
Cereal business is out of favor, but Bob Evans side-dish sales are growing rapidly.
The family-owned chain will hold liquidation sales at all six of its stores beginning next month.
Five Ellisville residents are asking the city to reimburse them for their legal fees stemming from a lawsuit filed against them last August by City Councilman Matt Pirrello.
St Louis University News
1 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103 Directions
The University News prides itself on showcasing a variety of different events on campus and opinions held by writers and contributors. When the organization falls short on quality, it is its duty to be held accountable and to be transparent about the mistake made. In the UNews sixth edition of volume XCVIII, called A House...
Held the evening of the midterm elections, the Political Science department invited all SLU students to watch the national election results all evening. The department supplied pizza and drinks for all attendees. Students sat at tables or in the bleachers in the back of the CGC and watched CNN on the projected screen, while the...
Last year, the Center for Community Engagement and Service announced that the end of Make A Difference Day was upon us. As SLU students mourned the loss of the beloved day, the Center wasted no time to begin a new project the 1818 Grant Program. The 1818 Program is a way to empower students...
On Friday, Nov. 9th, students at SLUs School of Medicine and Allied Health programs participated in an interfaith memorial ceremony honoring those who donated their bodies to SLU via the Gift Body Program, that representing all faiths within the medical class. The service was held at the St. Francis Xavier College Church and was attended...
Last week, one of the four major religions celebrated its most important holidaya joyous festivity of illumination, spirituality, familial and amicable gathering and decoration. Diwali. There are approximately one billion people who practice Hinduism globally, according to Pew Research Center. Due to the celebrations prominence in the religion and culture, Diwali is practiced by a...
1 University Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63121 Directions
Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor A Facebook post from Turning Point USA at UMSL regarding the act of smashing pumpkins, representing socialism, in the University of MissouriSt. Louis quad resulted in concern from UMSL administration for safety and potential property damage possibilities. While not an official student organization yet, Turning Point USA is currently in the The post UMSL Organizations Supposed Plans to Smash Socialist Pumpkins Shut Down appeared first on The Current.
Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor A team of peer reviewers from the Higher Learning Commission visited the University of MissouriSt. Louis from Nov. 5-6 to determine whether or not the university will renew its accreditation. UMSL is accredited by the HLC, with the previous time UMSL was up for accreditation being in 2008. The university received The post Peer Reviewers from Higher Learning Commission Evaluate UMSL for Accreditation appeared first on The Current.
Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor Midterm elections occurred across the country Nov. 6, with Missouri holding a key Senate election and multiple high-profile amendment votes regarding issues such as medical marijuana usage and lobbying limits. With a 51.4 percent of votes, Republican Josh Hawley won the Missouri U.S. Senator position over incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill who The post Results of 2018 Midterm Elections appeared first on The Current.
Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor National Nov. 7, Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned from his position at the request of President Donald Trump. Sessions was once a close political ally of Trumps, but relations between the two broke down following Sessions decision to recuse himself from control of the 2016 presidential election probe. Deputy Attorney General The post News Briefs appeared first on The Current.
Trevor Dobbs, Staff Writer The following is a series of daily crime and incident reports issued by the University of MissouriSt. Louis Police Department from Oct. 25 through Nov. 8. Oct. 25, 2018: At 9:12 a.m., a found drivers license was turned into UMSL PD. At 10:29 a.m., an UMSL student was contacted regarding a The post Campus Crime Report appeared first on The Current.
The Riverfront Times
6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130 Directions
Update 7:49 p.m. The 53-year-old woman shot during the attack has died, according to St. Louis County Police. St. Louis cops are hunting for a gunman who opened fire at the Catholic Supply Store in west county. A 911 caller reported that the man held women at gunpoint in the store, ordered them to take off their clothes, sexually assaulted them and then shot one of the women in the head, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
An ex-con was busted writing fake checks, including one set up to bill the bank account of a Missouri sheriffs office, authorities say. Daniel Halford, 24, was indicted on six federal charges, including conspiracy, possession of counterfeit securities and being a felon in possession of a gun. Prosecutors from the U.S. Attorneys Office allege Halford created counterfeit checks repeatedly between August 17 and October 23. He was arrested multiple times in hotel rooms around the metro area with items connected to his bogus check operation.
Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, but before we enjoy this holiday of turkey and togetherness, theres Thanksgiving Eve, arguably the busiest bar night of the year in St. Louis. Thats why Major Brands, the Missouri-based liquor distributor, is passing out Lyft coupons like unsolicited advice at Thanksgiving dinner.
This Thursday, Scott Ellinger, owner of the Brass Rail Steakhouse 4601 State Highway K, OFallon 636-329-1349 has the ambitious goal of serving Thanksgiving dinner to no less than 10,000 people in need. Many will eat in the restaurant itself, but most will have a free feast delivered to their home, as long as they are within a 60-mile radius of the restaurant. Ellinger started the tradition five years ago but its grown rapidly.
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