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Attorney General Urges Use of Overdose-Reversal Drug Attorney General Urges Use of Overdose-Reversal Drug

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder urged first responders on Wednesday  to use a new overdose-reversal drug to help save lives in emergency cases.

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  • Attorney General Urges Use of Overdose-Reversal Drug Attorney General Urges Use of Overdose-Reversal Drug

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder urged first responders on Wednesday  to use a new overdose-reversal drug to help save lives in emergency cases.

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  • ETHICS, MEDIA AND RACE AND TARGETING OF BLACK OFFICIALS? ETHICS, MEDIA AND RACE AND TARGETING OF BLACK OFFICIALS?

    The governing authority of the ethics cases is the Missouri Ethics Commission that was comprised of seven, all male, all white appointed commissioners that have levied some of the largest fines in Missouri Ethics history upon African-American officials.

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  • MOKAN Business Symposium MOKAN Business Symposium

    Mokan and its partners are sponsoring a business symposium to create a stronger opportunity for minority owned businesses to network with the larger business owners throughout the greater St. Louis community and possibly create more job opportunities for minorities as well.

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  • Tale Of The Tape Tale Of The Tape

    Tale of the Tape… Political Season Enters Early Rounds

    Like a prize fight with a championship undercard, races for public offices across the region have answered the proverbial political bell.  With election day less than one hundred days before the August 5th primary, the second quarter ethics filings have prompted the buzz and speculation of political pundits.  

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ETHICS, MEDIA AND RACE AND TARGETING OF BLACK OFFICIALS?

The governing authority of the ethics cases is the Missouri Ethics Commission that was comprised of seven, all male, all white appointed commissioners that have levied some of the largest fines in Missouri Ethics history upon African-American officials.

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A St. Louis Landmark Changes Hands

A St. Louis Landmark Changes Hands

Even though some people wondered why Richard Connelly and his wife didn't relocate their business to another area that was considered safer, Connelly said that thought never entered his mind.
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So, for 60 years he has operated one of the most popular meeting places for politicians, friends, families and even former Vice President Al Gore to drop in to enjoy some good old "stick to your ribs" food and plenty of hearty conversations.

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"ObamaCare" Brings 600 Jobs to Red State

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Will African-Americans Have Seat At Table 2016?

The recent announcement of the replacement of Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders as Missouri Democratic Party Chairman, with longtime political strategist and Democratic operative, Roy Temple brings into focus and question the political possibilities for the next few years.  More importantly, it calls into question the Democratic Party's commitment to its most loyal and dedicated voting base…African-Americans.

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Bag Saggy Pans Proposal

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Vick-RGIII Set For Monday Night Showdown

Vick-RGIII Set For Monday Night Showdown

Opening kickoff for the first Monday night foot game of the National Football League will feature two of the most exciting quarterback duals this season between Philadelphia Eagles veteran Michael Vick, and second year Washington Redskin sensation, Robert Griffin III. 

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