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Four suspects are facing charges connected to a home invasion in Alton earlier this month.

 

Rachel Barnes, 24, Christopher Hill, 27, DeMarco Smith, 20, and Curtis Wallace, 38, have been all been arrested for armed robbery and home invasion, according to Alton Police. Hill and Wallace also face attempted murder charges. Police say they were called to a home an January 16. They found a 55-year-old man who had been beaten with fists, gun, and a pipe, and then was stabbed.

 

Police from Alton, St. Louis County and St. Louis City worked together to catch the suspects. The victim has since been released from the hospital.

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Fans of the Piano Man will be happy to snag tickets to his upcoming concert in St. Louis.
 
Live Nation announced the return of Billy Joel to Scottrade Center in April, and David Girardi says it's a great way to celebrate the arena's milestone anniversary. "He was the first concert event here at Scottrade and this being the 20th year, it just felt like it added a little extra excitement to the fact that here you have this iconic performer coming back to the Scottrade Center" says Girardi.
 
Billy Joel performed at Scottrade in October 1994 when it was known as the Kiel Center. Tickets go on sale for the April 11th concert on Saturday, February 8 at 10 a.m. at the Scottrade box office, ticketmaster.com and all ticketmaster retail outlets.
Thursday, 30 January 2014 16:59
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ST. LOUIS (AP) - A Washington University electrical engineering professor is suing credit card processor Square Inc. in the latest legal dispute over the company's mobile plug-in technology.
 
Robert E. Morley Jr. sued Square and company founders Jack Dorsey and James McKelvey Jr. Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.  The patent infringement suit calls the Square origin story a "fabrication" and says the two men squeezed Morley out of the San Francisco-based company.
 
Dorsey is a St. Louis native and chairman at Twitter. McKelvey is a WashU graduate who still lives in the St. Louis area. Square and its co-founders sued Morley in 2010 in a related patent dispute that remains pending.
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The St. Louis Fire Department was on the scene of a fire at the downtown St. Louis Post Office.

 

The department's public information officer says 22 patients were evaluated after showing symptoms of minor smoke inhalation.

 

No word on the extent of the damage or cause of the fire.

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