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Morning News Round-up
9:53 am
Thu January 27, 2011

Morning headlines: STL Public Schools $150 million renovations begin in May, number of state workers on Medicaid declines, Enterprise Rent-A-Car announces sustainability effort

The St. Louis-based company Enterprise Rent-a-Car announced its Enterprise Sustainable Construction Protocol yesterday. This is a photo of one of their many nationwide offices. (via Flickr/The Consumerist)
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Morning round-up
9:26 am
Mon January 24, 2011

Morning headlines: Winter weather continues, Dooley calls smoking exemptions "unacceptable," Mo. Medicaid budget to rise

County Executive Charlie A. Dooley calls the 110 smoking ban exemptions "unacceptable." He plans to meet with the County Council to dicuss ways to remove some exemptions. (SLPRnews)
  • January continues to be a snowy, slipper month for the St. Louis area. Several accidents are being reported this morning, and several schools are closed - many for the third in a row. The latest problems come after about an inch of snow fell yesterday, followed by a light freezing drizzle this morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said interstates 64 and 70 in parts of St. Louis and St. Charles are particularly slick.
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