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MLS4TheLou.com
Michael Calhoun
July 16, 2019 - 12:22 am
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) -- Major League Soccer's Expansion Committee heard Monday from the ownership group trying to bring a team to St. Louis. In a statement, lead investor Carolyn Kindle Betz says 'MLS4TheLou' touted the female-led ownership group that's privately financing this deal. Related:...
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Michael Calhoun
July 10, 2019 - 3:12 pm
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) -- The William K. Busch Brewing Company is ending all operations. That means that the Kräftig and Kräftig Light taps will soon run dry. Why? Busch says they were selling high-quality beer at a low price. The business model required high volumes of suds going out the door. But sales...
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July 09, 2019 - 2:14 pm
(KMOX/AP) - In the middle of a Major League Baseball season that has seen home runs being hit at a record pace, commissioner Rob Manfred is denying rumors that balls have been changed to create more offense. Batters have hit 3,691 homers in 1,345 games, on pace to hit 6,669 over the full season...
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FILE - In this Feb. 2, 1989, file photo, Chrysler Corp. Chairman Lee Iacocca gestures while speaking about fourth quarter pre-tax earnings which are up 23.8 percent for the automaker at Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York. Former Chrysler CEO Iacocca, who became a folk hero for rescuing the company in the '80s, has died, former colleagues said Tuesday, July 2, 2019. He was 94. (AP Photo/Mario Cabrera, File)
July 03, 2019 - 2:05 am
DETROIT (AP) — Lee Iacocca, the auto executive and master pitchman who put the Mustang in Ford's lineup in the 1960s and became a corporate folk hero when he resurrected Chrysler 20 years later, has died in Bel Air, California. He was 94. Two former Chrysler executives who worked with him, Bud...
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Dozens of grounded Boeing 737 MAX airplanes crowd a parking area adjacent to Boeing Field Thursday, June 27, 2019, in Seattle. A new software problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane's nose down automatically, and fixing the flaw is almost certain to further delay the plane's return to flying after two deadly crashes. Boeing said Wednesday, June 26, 2019, that the FAA "identified an additional requirement" for software changes that the aircraft manufacturer has been working on for eight months, since shortly after the first crash. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
June 28, 2019 - 1:45 am
Boeing says it expects to finish work on updated flight-control software for the 737 Max in September, a sign that the troubled jet likely won't be flying until late this year. The latest delay in fixing the Max came a day after the disclosure that government test pilots found a new technology flaw...
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FILE - This Dec. 7, 2015, file photo shows the second Boeing 737 MAX airplane being built on the assembly line in Renton, Wash. A new computer problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that will further delay the plane's return to flying after two deadly crashes, according to two people familiar with the matter. The latest flaw in the plane's computer system was discovered by Federal Aviation Administration pilots who were testing an update to critical software in a flight simulator in the fourth week of June 2019 at a Boeing facility near Seattle, the people said. Both spoke on condition of anonymity because the development has not been made public. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
June 27, 2019 - 8:04 am
A new software problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane's nose down automatically, and fixing the flaw is almost certain to further delay the plane's return to flying after two deadly crashes. Boeing said Wednesday that the FAA "identified an additional...
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Alpha jets from the French Air Force Patrouille de France fly during the inauguration the 53rd International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget Airport near Paris, France, Monday June 17, 2019. The world's aviation elite are gathering at the Paris Air Show with safety concerns on many minds after two crashes of the popular Boeing 737 Max. (Benoit Tessier/Pool via AP)
June 17, 2019 - 7:00 am
LE BOURGET, France (AP) — Boeing executives apologized Monday to airlines and families of victims of 737 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, as the U.S. plane maker struggles to regain the trust of regulators, pilots and the global traveling public. While Boeing was in a visibly contrite mood at...
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cow at dairy farm
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June 10, 2019 - 3:23 pm
FAIR OAKS, Ind. (KMOX/AP) — Three people are being charged in regards to an investigation of Fair Oaks Farm, a major dairy farm in Indiana, after videos were released last week documenting animal abuse. The Newton County Sheriff's Office confirmed the charges are for the beating of a vertebrate...
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