A ‘sci-fi’ cancer therapy fights brain tumors, study finds

WASHINGTON (AP)(STL.News) — It sounds like science fiction, but a cap-like device that makes electric fields to fight cancer improved survival for the first time in more than a decade for people with deadly brain tumors, final results of a large study suggest. Many doctors are skeptical of the therapy, called tumor treating fields, and … Continue reading A ‘sci-fi’ cancer therapy fights brain tumors, study finds

Then and now: How glaciers around the world are melting

WASHINGTON (AP)(STL.News) — Over the past decade, scientists and photographers keep returning to the world’s glaciers, watching them shrink with each visit. Now they want others to see how a warming planet is melting masses of ice in a series of before-and-after photos. In the Geological Society of America’s GSA Today journal , a group … Continue reading Then and now: How glaciers around the world are melting

US stocks fall as weak auto sales trouble investors

NEW YORK/April 3, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — U.S. stocks started the second quarter with a thud Monday after car makers reported disappointing March sales, a possible warning about other types of spending. But a late recovery helped stocks avoid bigger losses. Stocks tumbled in morning trading after automakers including Ford and General Motors said passenger car … Continue reading US stocks fall as weak auto sales trouble investors

Rebranding Campaign Launched For Kräftig/ Kräftig Light

ST. LOUIS, MO/April 3, 2017 (STL.News) Kräftig and Kräftig Light have a new look. On Monday, the William K. Busch Brewing Company announced the launch of its re-branding campaign.  Billy Busch, president and CEO of the William K. Busch Brewing Company, said the idea came from two of his children. “My kids said to me we … Continue reading Rebranding Campaign Launched For Kräftig/ Kräftig Light

Atlanta begins 1st full workweek since major bridge collapse

ATLANTA/April 3, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — Traffic appeared light Monday morning as the first full workweek opened since the fiery collapse of a major Atlanta interstate bridge, complicating the city’s already challenging commute. The Southeast’s largest city faced a tough test even as crews continued working around the clock to remove scorched debris from the collapsed … Continue reading Atlanta begins 1st full workweek since major bridge collapse

St. Louis businessman, Thomas Green, dies at 83

ST. LOUIS, MO/April 3, 2017 (STLRealEstate.News) Thomas Green, one of St. Louis’ most respected and prolific businessmen, lawyers, and real estate moguls with decades of experience bettering the greater St. Louis community, this week officially passed away at 83.  Mr. Green, known for his dedication to the law and the Jewish community, left a lasting … Continue reading St. Louis businessman, Thomas Green, dies at 83

Trump’s son-in-law slated to make a visit to Iraq Monday

NEW YORK/April 3, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, is due to spend Monday in Iraq with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a senior administration official said. The official did not release additional details about the trip in which Kushner is accompanying Joint Chiefs of Staff … Continue reading Trump’s son-in-law slated to make a visit to Iraq Monday

Bit by bit, Trump methodically undoing Obama policies

WASHINGTON/April 3, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — Amid the turmoil over staff shake-ups, blocked travel bans and the Russia cloud hanging overhead, President Donald Trump is steadily plugging away at a major piece of his agenda: Undoing Obama. From abortion to energy to climate change and personal investments, Trump is keeping his promises in methodically overturning regulations … Continue reading Bit by bit, Trump methodically undoing Obama policies