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Natural gas pipeline future in doubt after SCOTUS rejection

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a St. Louis-based natural gas company's appeal of a lower court's decision that could close a pipeline that runs through parts of Illinois and Missouri.

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News publisher Lee faces renewed pressure from hedge funds

Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises is facing renewed pressure from a hedge fund to speed up its transition to digital publishing and consider adding new digital-savvy leaders to its board after successfully fighting off a hostile takeover from a different hedge fund.

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Kim Gardner agreement calls for reprimand

City of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner would face a reprimand from the Missouri Supreme Court if it accepts her joint deal with the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel.

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Missouri House OKs elections for transgender athletic bans

The GOP-led Missouri House on Wednesday voted to allow local elections over whether to ban transgender girls from competing on K-12 girls’ sports teams. House members voted 89-40 in favor of adding Republican Rep. Chuck Bayse’s proposal as an amendment ...

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St. Louis man sentenced in coronavirus aid fraud scheme

A St. Louis man with a long history of stealing and fraud convictions was sentenced Tuesday to federal prison for fraudulently receiving $2.7 million in federal coronavirus aid.

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