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A metro east man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for a 2012 drunk driving wreck that killed a passenger in another vehicle.  

Twenty-five-year-old Travis King of New Douglas was sentenced Monday in Madison County.  Authorities say that on Oct. 20, 2012, King drove into the back of a pickup truck at the interchange of Interstates 270 and 55 near Troy.

Sixty-two-year-old Geraldine Davis of Granite City died and her daughter was injured.  Prosecutors say King's blood-alcohol level was nearly twice the state's legal limit.

Ballpark Village job fair being held Tuesday

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 11:14 Published in Local News
The final job fair to fill open positions for Ballpark Village is being held in downtown St. Louis today.  The fair is underway and will continue until 4 o'clock this afternoon at the SLATE Missouri Career Center located at 1520 Market St..  
There is also be a security recruitment event at SLATE today and Friday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Those attending must have a valid security license.
Applicants won’t be hired at these meetings, but those who stand out will be called back for interviews.
Participants will be able to submit their resumes, as well as meet employers. Applicants should bring updated resumes and dress in business attire.
Applicants must pre-register for one of the Sessions through SLATE’s Skills team.  For more information call 314-657-3519.

White Coat Rally slated for Jefferson City Wednesday

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:42 Published in Local News
Doctors from all over Missouri will rally in their white coats in Jefferson City on Wednesday to urge legislators to rein in lawsuits in an attempt to control medical liability insurance premiums.
Doctors will take the day to travel to the state capitol hoping lawmakers will undertake tort reform and limit non-economic damages to $350,000.
The Show Me Tort Reform Coalition is supporting legislation that would restore the state's cap on damages that could be awarded for such things as loss of enjoyment and pain and suffering.  
The cap was lifted by a deeply-divided Supreme Court in 2012.  The White Coat Rally Day will begin at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow in the rotunda of the first floor of the Missouri Capitol.

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