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Bombing mystery still unsolved

The 16th of October started as just another ordinary day for the employees at 190 Carondelet in Clayton. They got up, ate breakfast and went to work like normal, going about their typical workday. But then it all changed. At approximately 11 a.m., a bomb detonated in the parking garage of the building, that housed several law firms. The explosion rocked the building and all employees had to be evacuated. In their hurry many left their purses, cell phones and keys behind.

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Need help managing your money? Check out MO Bar site

To help Missourians manage their money in the current economic climate, the Missouri Bar has launched a money guide on its Web site. The Web site www.mobar.org/moneyguide/ will also inform people of their legal rights and responsibilities.  

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Property owner wins $2.8M in eminent domain case

A St. Louis jury has awarded $2.8 million to a man in his eminent domain case against St. Louis, where his property was taken for a proposed entertainment district. In 1999, Bill Simon of Alton, Ill., bought 2 acres of ...

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Class decertified in quarry blast suit

Homeowners who live near the Fred Weber quarry in O’Fallon, Mo., do not qualify as a class in a lawsuit against the quarry, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. In a unanimous ruling, the Missouri Supreme Court reversed and remanded ...

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