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Rash of car break-ins keep police busy

Monday, 29 July 2013 08:02 Published in Local News

     More car break-ins in downtown St. Louis and south city overnight-- this time at several different locations over the span of just a couple hours. 

    Thieves first hit the Holiday Inn Express near Jefferson and Lafayette for the second time within a week. Six cars were broken into around midnight. Three suspects were seen speeding away from the scene in a red-pickup. Minutes later, cars were broken into at J Bucks near Clark and 10th. Then, several cars were broken into at Laclede's Landing inside the parking garage at Lumiere at North Second Street. 

  In midtown at JJ's Clubhouse, several cars were broken into at Market and Vandeventer. Then at 4:30 Monday  morning, downtown at 4th and St Charles Streets, security guards called police to tell them they saw two men jump out of a dark colored sedan and smash the window of an SUV parked there. 

 

Virginia Johnson, renowned sex researcher, dies

Thursday, 25 July 2013 10:32 Published in Local News

     ST. LOUIS (AP) - Virginia Johnson, part of the husband-wife research team that transformed the study of sex in the 1960s, has died.

   Her son, Scott Johnson, says his mother died Wednesday at a St. Louis assisted living center. She was 88.

   Johnson was a twice-divorced mother in her 30s when she went job-hunting at Washington University in St. Louis in the late 1950s to support her young family while she pursued a college degree.

   She soon became an assistant to obstetrician-gynecologist William Masters, and later his lover and co-collaborator on a large-scale human sexuality experiments.

   Their books, 1966's "Human Sexual Response" and 1970's "Human Sexual Inadequacy," were best-sellers.

   They married in 1971 but divorced after 20 years. The Masters and Johnson Institute in St. Louis closed in 1994. Masters died in 2001.

 

Reports circulating STL's Hardees for sale

Thursday, 25 July 2013 08:34 Published in Local News

The St Louis Business Journal reports that CKE Inc., the company that owns St. Louis based Hardee's and California based Carl's Jr. chains, reportedly is exploring a potential sale a year after postponing its initial public offering.

The company is working with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on the early stages of a sale process that could value the company at more than $1.7 billion, sources told Reuters.

Carpinteria, Calif.-based CKE, which is led by CEO Andy Puzder, was taken private by Apollo Global Management in 2010 in a deal valued at close to $700 million. The company had planned to go public again last August in a $213 million IPO, but opted to hold off, citing market conditions.

 

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