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Blues' Scottrade Center getting new name: Enterprise Center

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By the afternoon, workers were already taking down the individual letters from a large Scottrade Center sign on building's exterior.

Ameren to establish state's largest wind farm in northeast Missouri

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The 400-megawatt project in Adair and Schuyler counties is set to break ground in summer 2019.

Cigar box guitar festival back in town June 1-2

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Hwy. 61 Roadhouse hosting celebration of 'roots' music instrument

Markets Right Now: Relief over easing tensions lifts stocks

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Airlines offer summer bargains despite pricier oil

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Investors are bracing for lower profit margins as travelers take advantage of cheap flights.

Fifth Third slumps after $4.7 billion deal for MB Financial

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MB Financial rose 13 percent to $49.46 at 1:23 p.m., while Fifth Third dropped 7.8 percent to $30.93.

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Peabody's rebound gives St. Louis 10 companies in Fortune 500

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Express Scripts and Centene are both among 100 biggest firms by revenue

U.S. top court backs companies over worker class-action claims

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The justices endorsed the legality of the growing practice by companies to compel workers to sign arbitration agreements.

Average price of U.S. gas jumps 10 cents, to $3 a gallon

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Price of gas has spiked 41 cents over the past three months.

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US Postal Service issuing scratch-and-sniff stamps

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Letter writers will soon be able to express their sentiments in words and smells.

Sugarfire grabs 1st place for seafood at Memphis In May BBQ competition

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Mike Johnson's crew also take 10th in beef battle at classic cookout

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Local VC firm Cultivation Capital reports raising $42 million for startup funds

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Cultivation Capital, through its funds and business accelerators it financially backs, has invested in more than 100 startups across a variety of sectors.

Topgolf to start hiring 500 employees for Chesterfield location

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The Dallas-based company will hold a series of hiring events at Chesterfield Mall in mid-June.

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U.S. Commerce chief to travel to China next week

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Mnuchin told reporters at the White House. "This is not a government-to-government purchase order, but we have an agreement with them as to what will be executed."

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Greitens names Thomas A. McCarthy as associate St. Louis circuit judge

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McCarthy, an attorney in private practice, used to be an assistant city counselor and an assistant St. Louis County prosecutor.

Sunday, May 20

Unusual ride service for seniors expands to St. Louis County's central corridor

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Under the ITN network, operating in St. Charles County since 2010, volunteer drivers get ride credits they can use for trips when they no longer want to get behind the wheel themselves.

U.S. puts tariffs against China ‘on hold,’ Mnuchin says

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WASHINGTON –– The Trump administration has decided not to impose tariffs on Chinese products for now, after progress between the two nations on trade issues in two days of talks, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.

Summer jobs are less plentiful, but still a valuable experience for teens

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At the Malt Shop, young crew members have fun while learning to work as a team

Saturday, May 19

After McKee revelations, can City Hall and the developer work it out?

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Paul McKee's relationship with the city that granted him development rights to a swath of north St. Louis has been on the rocks before. But things look worse now.

Proposed sand mine raises alarm among Jefferson County residents

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Residents are worried about potential health and environmental impacts of the mine, which would provide sand for fracking.

Session ends with Missouri lawmakers OKing gas tax vote — and begins over possible impeachment

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The Republican-controlled Legislature approved a handful of high-profile initiatives Friday as they worked through the final day of the 2018 legislative session.

Fitz's Root Beer planning second location in South County development

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Fitz's Root Beer's and the Shack are slated to be tenants in a new development in south St. Louis County.

Friday, May 18

US stock indexes cap choppy trading week with a mixed finish

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U.S. stock indexes edged mostly lower in late-afternoon trading Friday, placing the market on track to extend losses from a day earlier. Banks and technology companies fell, offsetting gains by industrial and health care stocks. Energy…

Under new owner, remaining City Hospital buildings to be converted to apartments

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The $16 million project should complete the rehab of the former hospital campus begun over a decade ago.

Ex-owner of Buster Brown building loses eminent domain case that shed light on Paul McKee's dealings

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The jury sided with the city in a trial that veered into a referendum on NorthSide Regeneration.

Retirement complex gets initial approval in Ellisville

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The three-story complex would be built on about seven acres at 15902 and 15950 Manchester Road and have 128 apartments. Rents would range from $3,200 to $4,500 a month. The complex could open as early as late 2019.

Thursday, May 17

Markets Right Now: Stocks end a choppy day slightly lower

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Express Scripts will stay in St. Louis, keep its name under Cigna ownership

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In March, Cigna said it planned to buy Express Scripts in a $67 billion deal.

CityFoundry names two lead office tenants: Multiply and Orion Genomics

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Combined, the two companies will lease 30,000 square feet of space for almost 100 employees, CityFoundry's developer, The Lawrence Group, told the Post-Dispatch.

Legislature passes Ameren-backed rate-setting bill

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Ameren Missouri says it will invest $1 billion more, but customer groups warn it will come at the expense of consumers.