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The race between St. Louis Premium Outlets and Taubman Prestige Outlets is heating up again.

St. Louis Premium Outlets released the list of retailers setting up shop at the Chesterfield location. Some of the stores include Armani, J. Crew, and Under Armour. The Premium Outlets and Taubman should both be open for business by August and it is good news for St. Louis--the city is the only metro area in the nation without an outlet mall. 

List of stores opening in Chesterfield:

Adidas

Aldo

Ann Taylor Factory Store

Armani Outlet

Asics

Bath & Body Works

BCBG Max Azria

Brooks Brothers Factory Store

Carter’s

Charlotte Russe

Christopher & Banks

Claire’s Accessories

Clarks Bostonian

Coach

Cole Haan

Converse

Crabtree & Evelyn

Direct Tools Factory Outlet

DKNY

Easy Spirit

Elie Tahari

Famous Footwear Outlet

Famous Wok

Finish Line

Fragrance Outlet

G.H. Bass & Co.

Gap Outlet

Gold Toe

Great Wraps

Gymboree Outlet

Haggar Clothing Co.

HanesBrands

Hot Topic

Icing by Claire’s

J.Crew

Jockey

Jones New York

Jos. A. Bank

Kate Spade New York

Kay Jewelers

Kitchen Collection

Lane Bryant Outlet

Levi’s Outlet Store

Lids

Loft Outlet

Maidenform

MaxStudio.com

Michael Kors

Motherhood Maternity

Naturalizer

Nike Factory Store

Nine West Outlet

OshKosh B’gosh

PacSun

Rack Room Shoes

Reebok

Rue21

Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th

Samsonite

Sarar

Skechers

Sperry Top-Sider

St. John Outlet

Sunglass Hut

Sunglass Warehouse

The Luggage Factory

Tommy Hilfiger

Toys”R”Us Outlet

Ultra Diamonds

Under Armour

Van Heusen

Vera Bradley

Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen

Wetzel’s Pretzels

Wilsons Leather

Yankee Candle

 

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Gov. Pat Quinn says he has reached out to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency after explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon killed two and injured many others.

He says nothing suggests there any connections to Illinois or Chicago. But the Chicago Democrat says Illinois must be on the alert.

Quinn characterized the explosions as "a potential terrorist incident" but said more facts need to come out.

Federal officials say two bombs exploded near the finish line of the marathon on Monday. Two people died and.

Quinn says he has directed all state public safety agencies, including Illinois State Police, Illinois Department of Military Affairs and the State Fire Marshal to be ready to assist and remain vigilant. He also asks Illinoisans to report anything suspicious.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Department of Revenue Director Brian Long has resigned amid a controversy over the agency's handling of concealed gun permit documents.

   Gov. Jay Nixon announced Long's resignation Monday and said it was effective immediately. The governor's statement did not say why Long resigned or whether he was asked to do so.

   Long was appointed to the job by Nixon on Dec. 13.

   That came shortly after the Department of Revenue had launched a new process for issuing driver's licenses in which clerks are making electronic copies of applicants' personal documents, such as concealed carry permits.  Republican lawmakers have raised concerns about the potential for people's privacy rights to be violated.

 

   During a Senate committee hearing last week, Long had declined to stop scanning the documents.

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has more than $400,000 in the bank as he makes plans for a 2016 gubernatorial race.

Koster filed a quarterly finance report Monday indicating he had $419,348 in his account as of the end of March. The Democratic attorney general confirmed last week that he is "making the necessary preparations" to run for governor.

Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon is barred by Missouri law from seeking a third term. But Nixon still was raising and spending money in recent months, partly to pay for his inaugural celebration. He reported $427,531 in his campaign account at the end of March.

Republican State Auditor Tom Schweich (shwyk) is the only statewide official facing re-election in 2014. He has yet to start fundraising but reported $71,931 in his account.

 

 

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