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Enterprise expanding to offer Harley Davidson

Thursday, 17 October 2013 14:39 Published in Local News

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is bringing some more excitement to the industry.

The St. Louis-based company is starting a pilot program that will allow customers to rent a Harley-Davidson. The program is starting in the Sin City, Las Vegas. Enterprise will become the first major car rental company to rent motorcycles in the US. If the Vegas operation succeeds, the program could expand.

Be warned, it is pricey, with prices running between $120 to $160 a day.

145 workers to be laid off when Doe Run smelter closes

Thursday, 17 October 2013 13:43 Published in Local News

Job cuts are coming to the Missouri town of Herculaneum.

The Doe-Run lead smelter will close at the end of the December and put 145 workers out of a job. The EPA says the company decided to close the plant instead of installing pollution control technology.

The Doe-Run plant has been in operation for over a century and is the last remaining lead smelter in the nation.

The heroin dealer at the center of the St. Clair County courthouse scandal, pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday morning.

Sean McGilvery admitted to selling heroin, he now faces a decade in prison when he is sentenced in January. McGilvery is at the center of the case of Judge Mike Cook. Cook was arrested at McGilvery`s Belleville home back in May. McGilvery says the judge was at his house almost every day picking up heroin.

Cook's trial on heroin and weapons charges starts in December.

 

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