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Restaurant owner arrested after teen shot while fighting customer who intervened in tip jar theft, police say | St. Louis News HeadlinesRestaurant owner arrested after teen shot while fighting customer who intervened in tip jar theft, police say | St. Louis News Headlines



Police said the teen was stealing Utah Station’s tip jar after 4 p.m. when a customer intervened.







ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — A teen was shot in the stomach Thursday afternoon after allegedly stealing a tip jar and assaulting a customer at a south St. Louis City restaurant.

According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, a 16-year old and another teen were causing a disturbance inside Utah Station restaurant, at the corner of Utah Street and Wisconsin Avenue in the Benton Park neighborhood. When the teens left, police say, the

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Benezet Realty CEO talks Stover plant deal, future of Montrose’s Western Slope Food and Innovation Center | Local News StoriesBenezet Realty CEO talks Stover plant deal, future of Montrose’s Western Slope Food and Innovation Center | Local News Stories

Last August, Mitchell Bennett, CEO of Benezet Realty Partners, a real estate investment company focused on food logistics, storage and production solutions, was in Montrose, working with local producers on the Western Slope through a USDA grant.

Bennett was already a fan of the area and its proximity to other regional towns, as well as the growing community. While in Montrose, the Russell Stover manufacturing facility was up for sale.

The company hadn’t before come close to completing an acquisition of that size — purchasing a 278,400-square-foot facility. But as Bennett continued to work with local producers, his conversations with

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WSCTC Food Dignity Project | Eyewitness NewsWSCTC Food Dignity Project | Eyewitness News

PRINGLE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) — A surface grinder at West Side Career & Technology Center is about the last thing you’d expect to be connected with preparing food. But in a way, it is, after the machine technology instructor learned many of his students weren’t getting enough to eat.

“During the COVID, I mean there wasn’t a lot available for these kids,” said Michael Galanda, machine technology instructor at West Side Career and Technical Center.

“I never had to really worry about that but I know there’s all these other kids in Luzerne County who may not be as fortunate

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