St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - The St. Louis area will be the beneficiary of a nationwide hiring push by AT&T.
The company is hiring a total of 3,000 retail sale and management employees nationwide--that includes about 240 in Missouri. 50 of the retail jobs will be in the St. Louis area--from Washington, to Edwardsville, Illinois.
More information can be found at their website, att.jobs.
A metro-east man is accusing a former Catholic priest of sexual abusing him when he was a child, and he wants to hold church officials accountable.
The Breese man filed a lawsuit against the Belleville Catholic diocese alleging Robert J. Vonnahmen sexually abused him at a church camp in the Ozarks in the early 1970s.
In the 1990s, Vonnahmen was one of more than a dozen priests in the Belleville Diocese removed for alleged sexual abuse of children. Vonnahmen was formally defrocked by Rome in 2007.
The lawsuit claims the diocese failed to investigate complaints about Vonnahmen from other children.
The former bishop of the Belleville Diocese says he may sell the $2.2 million home he had built in Atlanta's toniest neighborhood.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory apologized to parishioners late Monday for building the 6,000 square foot, Tudor-style mansion in Buckhead. Gregory wrote on the website of the archdiocesan newspaper that he hadn't considered the impact his residence would have on parishioners who were giving to the church and struggling to pay their own bills.
Gregory was bishop of Belleville from 1994 to 2003, when he was named Archbishop of Atlanta.