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Boosting Black-Owned Businesses Through Website Launched by St. Louis Activist

St. Louis activist Ohun Ashe is providing the St. Louis community with an online black-owned business directory, ForTheCultureSTL.com.

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Shutdown of Sports in America and Losing Fans in the Stands is Costing $12 Billion and Climbing

Expert says professional sports without fans, or a limited number, is just part of possible catastrophic losses for the sports industry in the United States.

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What Is Geospatial? And Why Does It Matter To St. Louis?

Geospatial was already a growing sector in St. Louis in 2015, when the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced their $1.75 billion dollar, 97-acre, new West campus (commonly known as NGA West, NGA 2, or N2W) would be built in North St. Louis and fully operational in 2025. That move, however, jump-started an effort from St. Louis civic, regional, and business leaders to make St. Louis a national leader and midwestern hub for the geospatial industry.

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Return to Youth Sports Begins as Estimated $2.4 Billion Loss to Youth Sports from COVID-19 May Grow

Medical experts from St. Louis health care systems provide recommendations for the return to youth and high school sports beginning June 15.

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MoDOT Tests Driverless Trucks for Slow Moving Work Zones to Protect Workers as Crashes Rise

MoDOT’s St. Louis District, experiencing a high rate of work zone crashes, applied for a federal grant to extend a driverless pilot program to St. Louis.

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Surgical Team Becomes Innovative in the Pandemic Era by Creating a Bubble Environment

Finding new ways to keep everyone safe during a pandemic takes innovation, creativity and quick thinking at Mercy Hospital St. Louis.

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COVID-19 Clinical Trials of Malaria Drugs Combined with the Antibiotic Azithromycin are Underway

Clinical trials combine hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with the antibiotic azithromycin as a potential COVID-19 treatment.

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COVID-19 Clinical Trial Combines Remdesivir with Anti-Inflammatory Drug for One-Two Punch at SLU

Saint Louis University is part of a clinical trial investigating an antiviral and anti-inflammatory drug combo in fight against COVID-19.

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STARS: Special Needs Tracking & Awareness Response System

The STARS program helps coordinate and coach ambulance districts, fire districts and community hospitals.

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Cardinals Hall of Famer Jim Edmonds Donates Plasma After Recovering from COVID-19

Mercy Hospital St. Louis hopes to build a supply of donated plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients. Doses can be frozen and saved for future surge of cases.

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