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1215 Cole St
St Louis, MO 63106   Directions

(314) 436-3030



1 Memorial Dr
St Louis, MO 63021   Directions

(314) 621-4444



2250 Ball Dr
St Louis, MO 63146   Directions

(314) 213-7831


Former Velda City treasurer indicted for stealing $400k in city funds
11/14/2019 11:13pm

ST. LOUIS A federal grand jury indicted the former Velda City treasurer Thursday for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in city funds and additional money from a charity for the hearing impaired. According to the US Attorneys Office, Venita Sedodo hatched a scheme to steal approximately $400,000 from Velda City from November 2015 to October 2018 while serving as the citys treasurer. Over that time, she wrote 90 unauthorized city checks to herself, which she deposited into her

FDA issues warning to Dollar Tree about selling ‘potentially unsafe drugs’
11/14/2019 9:53pm

The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning letter to Dollar Tree for receiving over-the-counter drugs produced by foreign manufacturers that have been found to be adulterated, including acne treatment pads and Assured brand drugs. The letter sent earlier this month to Greenbrier International Inc., which does business as Dollar Tree describes Dollar Trees receipt of adulterated drugs from manufacturers and suppliers that had received separate FDA warning letters last year and were placed on import

Neighbors, classmates describe California school shooting suspect as a ‘quiet kid’
11/14/2019 7:12pm

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. KTLA The student who investigators believe is responsible for the deadly Saugus High School shooting in Santa Clarita, California on Thursday was described as a quiet kid. Ryan McCracken, 20, a former childhood friend of the alleged shooter, talked about how they used to play together, growing up in Santa Clarita. But they slowly grew apart. We were friends when I was a little kid. We would just play in the yard, the backyard, McCracken

Artist paralyzed by bullet learns to create intricate paintings with a brush in her mouth
11/14/2019 7:11pm

Thousands of people order the holiday cardsMariam Parpaints, but few know her backstory is as incredible as the art she creates. For as long as she could remember, she was surrounded by color paint tubes and brushes stacked high in every corner. At 20, she was one of the top art students at Benedictine College of DuPage. Until the night her life was changed in an instant. I just saw the glass break, and my hands dropped off the steering

38-year-old man awarded $2 million after botched circumcision at Iowa Clinic
11/14/2019 7:10pm

DES MOINES, Iowa In the last several months, two lawsuits against Iowa Clinic doctors have resulted in nearly $15 million payouts, with the latest coming after a mans unwanted vasectomy. In December of 2015 Zaw Zaw, a 38 year old Burmese man, was sent to the Iowa clinic with a referral letter for circumcision. The letter was also faxed. In four places on the referral form it said circumcision, circumcision, circumcision, circumcision, said Zaw Zaws attorney Marc Harding. The letter,


1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 444-5125


Fundraiser being held for fallen Illinois State Police trooper
11/15/2019 9:40am

Trooper Hopkins was fatally shot on August 23 while serving a warrant in East St. Louis.

Jennifer Rothwell's husband caught on camera buying cleaning products day before she disappeared
11/15/2019 8:53am

According to court documents, Beau Rothwell was seen buying bleach, carpet cleaner and gloves. Detectives said they found bleach and blood in his carpet.

TEH Realty, owner of several St. Louis rental properties, facing new lawsuit and calls for investigation
11/14/2019 10:28pm

An employee with TEH Realty said that 10 of residents have either moved out in the last week or have plans to do so

2 more police board members replaced in St. Louis County after discrimination lawsuit
11/14/2019 9:07pm

They will replace Lawrence Wooten and Art Johnson on the five-member board

Police: Metro East woman escaped home with son after her boyfriend stabbed her several times
11/14/2019 8:26pm

The St. Clair County Sheriffs Department said David Bryant stabbed his 44-year-old girlfriend multiple times on her arms and upper body

Missouri Lawyers Media
Missouri Lawyers Media

319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-1880


Group home settles for $1.75M after disabled woman assaulted
11/15/2019 6:33am

A 39-year-old mentally disabled woman who was sexually assaulted by another resident of a group home settled her claim for $1.75 million, according to her attorney. Jill Kanatzar of Dollar Burns & Becker in Kansas City said the victim, who was 35 at the time of the abuse, had been living in a group home ...

Swanson, Martin & Bell adds Davidson as associate
11/15/2019 6:02am

Anthony T. Davidson has joined Swanson, Martin & Bell as a lateral associate in the firms St. Louis office. Davidsons practice focuses on asbestos litigation. He previously served as a trial attorney for the Missouri Public Defender System. Davidson earned his law degree at Washington University School of Law.

Flying this Thanksgiving? Expect record crowds at airports
11/14/2019 11:54am

Record throngs of travelers are expected to jam into airports over the Thanksgiving break and airlines are adding hundreds of flights a day in response. The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday that it expects to screen more than 26.8 million passengers and airline crew members between Nov. 22 and Dec. 2. That would be a ...

NTSB: Coast Guard ignored duck boat safety proposals
11/14/2019 11:52am

Federal transportation safety investigators criticized the U.S. Coast Guard Wednesday for ignoring suggestions over nearly two decades to improve tourist duck boats, changes they say might have prevented last years Missouri accident that killed 17 people. The National Transportation Safety Board released a Safety Recommendation Report on the July 2018 accident, when a Ride the ...

Missouri woman charged after husband’s body found in freezer
11/14/2019 11:39am

Authorities are searching for a woman after finding her husbands corpse in a freezer inside her Joplin home, where it may have been stored for nearly a year. Barbara Watters, 67, of Joplin, was charged Wednesday with abandonment of a corpse, a felony that is punishable by up to four years in prison. The grim ...

Nine Network of Public Media
Nine Network of Public Media

3655 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63108   Directions

(314) 512-9000


Saint Louis Review
Saint Louis Review

20 Archbishop May Dr
St Louis, MO 63119   Directions

(214) 792-7500


South County Times
South County Times

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699


St Louis Business Journal
St Louis Business Journal

815 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 421-6200


Post subsidiary to buy peanut butter facility
11/15/2019 7:24am

A Post Holdings NYSE: POST subsidiary will buy a peanut butter facility in Streator, Illinois.8th Avenue Food & Provisions, a subsidiary for Postsprivate-label foods business, expects to close on the deal in the fourth quarter. The seller isConagra Brands Inc. of Chicago NYSE:CAG. Terms werent disclosed. Post said 8th Avenue expects to fund the deal with cash on hand.Post formed 8th Avenue in 2018. It owns 60, while Thomas H. Lee Partners is also an owner. Jim Dwyer leads 8th Avenue.Post

Grocery chain adds alcohol delivery
11/15/2019 7:08am

Discount grocery chain Aldi Inc. has begun delivering alcohol products through its delivery partner, Instacart, the company said Thursday. Delivery of beer and wine is available nationwide where permitted by state and local laws, officials said, including the St. Louis region. Customers can place their orders for groceries, household products and alcohol on the Instacart website or by downloading the Instacart app. Customers ordering alcohol must be at least 21 years old and will be required to

Downtown Bread Co. appears to be closing
11/15/2019 7:07am

A sign posted at the downtown St. Louis Bread Co., 116 N. Sixth St., says the restaurant will close on Tuesday.The message encouraged customers to get the same great service to downtown by utilizing its Soulard restaurant.Panera didnt immediately respond to requests for comment.UPG-Kiener/Stadium Parking LLC owns the downtown Bread Co. property, a parking garage located across Pine Street from the Metropolitan Square office tower.Panera, based in Sunset Hills and owned by Luxembourg

Table of Experts: Mergers & Acquisitions
11/15/2019 5:00am

A detailed look at the deal-making market, moderated by Robert Bobroff, publisher of the St. Louis Business Journal.Kevin Short is the CEO of Clayton Capital Partners, a St. Louis-based investment banking firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions. He is also the author of Sell Your Business for an Outrageous Price, winner of the Axiom Business Book Awards bronze medal and 10 additional awards. For over 25 years, Short has represented buyers and sellers in more than 150 purchase/sale

Beyond the List: St. Louis' 25 largest hospitals made $10.3B in 2018
11/15/2019 5:00am

The 25 largest St. Louis hospitals by revenue took in a combined $10.3 billion in 2018. Weve ranked the hospitals below based on number of beds and profitability. At the bottom, weve broken down the newest column on our list, the overall quality rating.The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services gives each hospital a 1 to 5 star overall rating based on a statistical model that considers seven groups of quality metrics. Only two of the St. Louis regions 25 largest hospitals,

St Louis Today
St Louis Today

900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 340-8888


Not very merry: U.S. stocks plunge before Christmas
12/24/2018 1:10pm

The Dow fell 653.1 points, or 2.91 percent, to 21,792.27

PowerBar and energy drink business will be spun off into new St. Louis company, Post Holdings says
11/16/2018 6:30am

Darcy Horn Davenport, president of Active Nutrition since 2017, will become CEO of the new public company.

45 years ago • A final blow is dealt to Pruitt-Igoe
04/01/2018 12:10am

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.

Investors cheer as Post Holdings spends billions to diversify
09/22/2017 9:10am

Cereal business is out of favor, but Bob Evans side-dish sales are growing rapidly.

St Louis University News
St Louis University News

1 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(800) 758-3678


Alexa Usage Decreasing as Students Turn to Alternative Options
11/14/2019 10:34am

Saint Louis University became one of the first schools in the nation to outfit every resident hall and on-campus apartments with Amazon Echo Dot smart speakers in summer 2019. While the achievement was widely acknowledged by media outlets and the SLU community, administration faces minimal usage amongst students. Students either gave up on the idea...

Dear Reader, You Are Not Alone
11/14/2019 12:06am

Dear Evan Hansen, today is going to be a good day and heres why. Because today, youre you. This is the closing line of the Broadway musical, Dear Evan Hansen. While it might sound a little clich, the musical itself is anything but. It was performed at the Fox Theatre these past few weeks. It...

What the Media Can Learn from 2016
11/14/2019 12:04am

In 2016, one of the major developments was the changing nature of political media in the face of increasing use of social media and alternative news platforms. Media entities reliant on traditional forms of publishing journalismprint media, television, radiobegan feeling pressure to adapt, and to find new ways to attract consumers to their content. In...

Book of Lies
11/14/2019 12:03am

Earlier this month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee. The hearing was meant to be about Facebooks Libra crypto project, but instead Zuckerberg was questioned by members of the Committee concerning any issues on the social media platform . One of the main issues of concern to...

The Untold Stories of Xinjiang
11/14/2019 12:00am

In George Orwells dystopian novel 1984, he illustrates a society that has fallen victim to infinite warfare, ubiquitous government surveillance and propaganda. Although this fictitious story is merely an insight into the dangerous implications of totalitarianism, the question of whether or not Orwells anti-utopian world has become a reality for some seems unfortunately to be...

Student Life
Student Life

St Louis, MO

(314) 935-5995


The Current
The Current

1 University Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63121   Directions

(314) 516-5174


No Friends, Not Even the Mountains
10/16/2019 9:37pm

Pablo Puig, Staff Writer On the night of Oct. 6, after a single phone call between Turkish President Recep Erdogan and U.S. President Donald Trump, the White House announced that U.S. forces in northeast Syria were to be pulled back from the Turkish border. Without consulting any military officials, governmental agencies or regional coalition partners, The post No Friends, Not Even the Mountains appeared first on The Current.

The House of Amazon Forgets it’s Foundation
10/16/2019 9:34pm

Wesley Baucom, Staff Editor When the world keeps building up, those on the ground struggle to see the top as those soaring heights continue to rise towards the stars. Then again, those who stay at the top can hardly even see the ground either and decisions are being made carelessly without regard for that separation. The post The House of Amazon Forgets its Foundation appeared first on The Current.

Trump Refuses to Comply in Impeachment Inquiry
10/16/2019 9:30pm

Dalila Omerovic, Opinions Editor The White House has officially declared war on the impeachment investigation. In the latest reality show episode that is the American government, the White House sent an eight-page letter to the House detailing one important message: the administration will no longer cooperate with the ongoing impeachment inquiry. The letter claims that The post Trump Refuses to Comply in Impeachment Inquiry appeared first on The Current.

A Timeless Garden Retreat for The Soul
10/16/2019 9:26pm

Luke Pappaspanos, Contributing Writer October waves an enchanted wand over the world and orchestrates a mystical and magical transformation. Leaves of red, orange, yellow, brown and green drift from trees. Then suddenly a whoosh of wind snatches the falling leaves and scatters them as they leisurely float to the ground. The cooler autumn season allows The post A Timeless Garden Retreat for The Soul appeared first on The Current.

UMSL Weekly Sports Update
10/16/2019 9:23pm

Tori Foster, Sports Editor The University of Missouri-St. Louis have had a great week for sports this past week. Womens Volleyball The womens volleyball team 15-2, 3-2 GLVC, defeated the Lindenwood Lions 3-0. The Tritons hit better than .300 for the eighth time this season. They also recorded a season-high 10 aces en route to The post UMSL Weekly Sports Update appeared first on The Current.

The Riverfront Times
The Riverfront Times

6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130   Directions

(314) 754-5966


The Best Things to Do in St. Louis, November 15 to 20
11/15/2019 6:03am

You know Christmas is hoving into view when the first Nutcracker appears. If its too early for holiday merriment, dont worry: we got art exhibits, dance concerts, a classic comedy and a return to Fleabags origins. 1.

Beau Rothwell Was Taped Buying Carpet Cleaner, Gloves Before Wife Reported Missing
11/14/2019 7:22pm

The day before Jennifer Rothwell was reported missing, her 28-year-old husband Beau Rothwell was videotaped buying carpet cleaner, bleach and gloves items that police believe he used to try to scrub away a pool of her blood. In court records filed this afternoon, police say they searched the Rothwells home at 12644 Northwinds Drive on Wednesday and found a carpet still wet with bleach. Blood had soaked through to the underlying carpet pad, which investigators described as evidence of the crime of murder.

Despite Racist 'Ramblings', Judge Acquits Papa John's Worker in Shooting
11/14/2019 2:30pm

A St. Louis judge has ruled that Missouris expansive stand your ground law protects a former Papa Johns worker from conviction for involuntary manslaughter for shooting a man who had used a cinder block to break through the stores front window. The acquittal of Clinton Eckenrod comes more than a year after he shot and killed Ollice Upchurch outside a now-closed Papa Johns location on South Grand Boulevard.

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11/14/2019 1:11pm

Allen Stone: Fri., March 13, 8 p.m., $25-$30.

Jennifer Rothwell Believed Dead; Husband Arrested, St. Louis County Police Say
11/14/2019 8:08am

St. Louis County police now believe a missing woman was murdered by her husband. Beau Rothwell, 28, was arrested on Wednesday night, and police announced this morning they are applying for charges of first-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence. Police have been searching for Jennifer Rothwell, 28, since Tuesday when her abandoned car was discovered. She was last seen that morning, leaving her home in the 12600 block of Northwinds Drive, authorities say. Rothwell was typically in touch with her family and friends every day, but they became alarmed when she didnt show up for work and no one heard from her.

The St Louis American
The St Louis American

2315 Pine St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 533-8000


West End Word
West End Word

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699


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