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Crestwood TIF Commission Recommends Approval Of Mall Redevelopment PlanThe move means the city's board of aldermen will only need a simple majority to approve TIF spending.
Missouri Senators Consider Government Role in Road SafetyOne bill reviewed in a hearing Wednesday would require everyone in a car to wear a seat belt, including adults in the backseat who are currently exempt from seat belt requirements.
Radiologist Uses Images To Create Art"When I was a resident several years ago, I really saw the beauty of some of these images and I really thought I could make art out of them," Dr. Brett Prywitch says.
Vehicle Emissions Test Notices Suspended Amid Budget ImpasseThe EPA said in a news release that it was forced to suspend mailing of vehicle emissions test notices, starting with license plates that expire at the end of March, due to the lack of a state budget.
Missouri Senate Backs Fees for Missed Medicaid AppointmentSenators endorsed the bill Wednesday after adding a section designed to make it easier for health care providers to advertise their cost estimates.
Ferguson Defends Its Changes to DOJ Order"We know that the cost of our estimates of going to court right now is cheaper than signing it," Knowles says. "We know that it's cheaper to fight it in court."

Latest St. Louis Sports

USWNT Defeats Costa Rica, 5-0St. Louis native Becky Sauerbrunn (#4) & teammates will play Mexico on Saturday
Cold Shooting Plagues Billikens AgainRichmond wins A-10 road game at Chaifetz, 67-53
Vanderbilt Breezes Past MissouriTigers lose 10th in a row & 23rd consecutive on the road
Can Schwartz Fix the Offensive Problems for the Blues?When he’s up to speed he brings instant quick offense that is hard to find in the league. He doesn’t miss, he is hungry to score.
Can Cam And The Panthers Contend Again?The Panthers will have the pieces to contend next season. But they'll need Cam Newton, their big-game quarterback, to be a big-time leader.
Blues Activate Jaden Schwartz From Injured ReserveSchwartz has missed the Blues’ last 49 games after suffering a fractured left ankle during practice on Oct. 23.

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Ask A St. Louis Expert: Top Recipes For Super Bowl SundayScore with these tasty dishes for Super Bowl Sunday while waiting for the big game's touchdowns.
Top Sports Memorabilia Stores In St. LouisAre you shopping for cards, jerseys, game-used merchandise or vintage memorabilia? Here are the city's top spots.
Ask A St. Louis Expert: Tips For Throwing The Perfect Super Bowl PartyPlanning a Super Bowl party needn't be a chore. Here are the best party planning tips and tricks that are sure to create a memorable event that will be enjoyed by you and your guests.
Top Roadside Attractions Near St. LouisTravel and find adventure in the oddities of unusual and interesting tourist photo-ready stopping points. Here are the five best roadside attractions and landmarks near St. Louis.
Ask A St. Louis Expert: Five Ways To Lower Your Energy BillMary Jane Clark, Cuivre River Electric Cooperative's Communications Director, explains just how you can control your own energy consumption by incorporating a few good habits into your lifestyle and save some money.
Top Bars To Watch Super Bowl 50 In St. LouisIs it Superbowl 50 already? Here are the best bars in the St. Louis area to watch the biggest sports event of the year.

Heard On

KMOX Profiles: Tishaura O. JonesTishaura O. Jones is the St. Louis Treasurer and is profiled by Carol Daniel.
KMOX Profiles: Ron JacoberRon Jacober was a mainstay in sports radio for decades. He was the KMOX Sports Director, and is a Missouri Sports Hall of Famer and St. Louis Radio and Media Halls of Famer. Here, he is profiled by our own Tom Ackerman.
KMOX Profiles: Guy PhillipsGuy Phillips is a fixture in St. Louis radio. He has worked on Y98 for nearly 40 years from the game-changing morning show "Phillips and Wall" in the 1980's to the current incarnation "Phillips and Company Morning Show," he has been an important part of the St. Louis entertainment scene for parts of five decades interviewing celebrities, news makers and even former presidents. He is also involved in St. Louis charities, the PA voice of SLU basketball and even a championship golf coach.
KMOX Profiles: Cuba Gooding Sr.He was a star in his own right as the lead vocalist with "The Main Ingredient", who's big 70's hit was "Everybody Plays the Fool." But it is his son, Cuba Gooding Jr., who has become even more famous as an Oscar winner and now playing the role of O.J. Simpson in a cable television series. Cuba Gooding Sr. came to St. Louis to not only celebrate a local actress, but also to return to the place where he first acted in a stage play two decades ago and to tout his latest project, an effort to get more Americans to get out and vote.
Can Schwartz Fix the Offensive Problems for the Blues?When he’s up to speed he brings instant quick offense that is hard to find in the league. He doesn’t miss, he is hungry to score.
Conan O'Brien Spoofs Cam Newton's Super Bowl Postgame Press ConferenceWhen Conan O'Brien's joke fell flat on his show, he channeled his inner Cam Newton to deliver a post-joke press conference.

Latest Health News

Bridgeton, Flint Moms Join Forces vs EPAAlso coming under attack was the largest shareholder of the landfill's owner, Bill Gates.
Mo. Legislator Hopes Drug Registry Will Finally PassSays new House and Senate leadership give her hope.
Prescription Drug Database Up Again in Missouri HouseAs opioid overdoses increasingly draw attention in Congress and statehouses across the U.S., Missouri lawmakers are again considering a proposal for a prescription monitoring program that would bring the state in line with all others.
Officials, Victims' Families Hope Heroin PSA Spurs ActionAfter being told some parents of heroin victims say it went too far, Laura Stenger replied, "It never can go too far. That is what heroin does. I'm sorry they feel that way, but it could even get stronger."
New Report Shows Increase of Concussions in NFLThe NFL is hoping for better diagnostics, safer helmets and playing surfaces will help as well.
Go Red For Women Day, Preventing Heart DiseaseOne in three women die of heart disease and stroke, cardiac surgeon Dr. Richard Lee at SSM Health SLU Hospital says it's 80 percent preventable.

Off Beat News

Southeast Missouri Man Accused in Screwdriver StabbingA southeastern Missouri man is accused of stabbing an acquaintance in the face with a screwdriver.
VIRAL VIDEO: "We Ain't Gonna Be In No Fire. Not Today."A Tulsa woman gives a TV interview following a fire at her apartment complex. Her colorful description has gone viral.
Snow Halts Missouri Powerball Ticket SalesProblems reported Saturday in the St. Louis & Springfield areas
Missing Nativity Jesus Found In EdwardsvillePolice say Matthew Fellhauer is accused of misdemeanor theft and criminal damage to property
LISTEN: Not-So-Close Vote Ensures Another Year of Soulard Mardi GrasOn the 12th night after Christmas, the Mardi Gras Inc. board of directors hears petitions from the people, urging board members to approve another year of revelry.
No Winner Of $500 Million PowerballRollover sets up largest-ever jackpot in U.S. lottery history for Saturday's drawing

Entertainment News

Sheryl Crow Donates $21,600 to Kennett TeachersThe nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is ``adopting'' all the teachers at Kennett High School through AdoptAClassroom.org with a $600 donation each for classroom supplies.
Conan O'Brien Spoofs Cam Newton's Super Bowl Postgame Press ConferenceWhen Conan O'Brien's joke fell flat on his show, he channeled his inner Cam Newton to deliver a post-joke press conference.
2016 - 2017 Season at The Rep Looks Ambitious & Varied50th anniversary season designed to be something to remember.
Mark On Movies: 'Hail, Caesar!'Josh Brolin plays a big movie studio fixer in 1950s Hollywood in the new film from Joel and Ethan Coen, "Hail, Caesar!”
Take a Selfie with 'Elphie,' the Parade Float with a MessageLife-size, 10'-14' purple elephant will encourage conservation efforts.
Beads, Masks, and King Cakes - A Look at Mardi Gras TraditionsIn New Orleans, it's against the law to ride a float without wearing a mask.

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