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Midwest Grain & Barge Faces Penalty in OSHA ViolationsOSHA has proposed a $42,000 financial penalty against Midwest Grain & Barge and ordered them to fix the violations.
Illinois Automatic Voter Registration Advances to HouseThe Senate approved it last week and it's headed to the House.
"Ferguson Collaborative" Lays Out Consent Decree DemandsSay public involvement is crucial to making the consent decree "worth more than the paper it's written on".
Slay Denies "Sat on Case" AllegationsProtestors threatened demonstrations this week at Ballpark Village, if Slay doesn't step down.
Madison County Police Investigate Craigslist Car JackingThe business surveillance system caught her image before the robbery happened.
Team Spokesman Warns Blues Fans of Fake TicketsA team spokesman says many tickets have been purchased from third party sellers.

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Cardinals Stun Cubs on Grichuk's BlastOutfielder hits walk-off solo home run for 4-3 win
Sharks Win See-Saw Game FiveScoring two late empty-net goals, San Jose quiets Scottrade Center crowd, 6-3
Will Blues Be Without Captain In Game 5?David Backes & fellow forward Robby Fabbri to be game-time decisions
This Week In Golf: Sergio García Wins AT&T Byron Nelson In PlayoffSergio García, possibly the best golfer without a major, takes the AT&T Byron Nelson for his first PGA Tour win since 2012.
Why Pitching Is The Hardest Thing To Rely On In Fantasy BaseballMost fantasy baseball owners plan their draft around picking pitchers that threw well last year. But as we all learn, sometimes things don't go as planned. Pitchers can get hurt; their performance can drop off for a number of reasons, sometimes without rational explanation. The hardest part for the fantasy owner is accepting that the present season is different than past seasons, and it's sometimes better to just admit you drafted wrong instead of stubbornly sticking with bad pitchers all season—and losing the league.
Keidel: Watching Football Is So Much Better NowEvery generation thinks their football players and teams were the greatest. But no one would trade today's football TV-watching experience.

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Top Spring 2016 Races In St. LouisGot cabin fever from being cooped up all winter? Come out and enjoy the spring season at these family-friendly events.
Most Instagram Worthy Locations Near St. LouisIf you want to hashtag your way through the Gateway City, there are a few highlights you simply must hit.
Top Memorial Day Events For The Family In St. LouisMemorial Day is one of the nation’s more hallowed observances. There are several great venues in which to honor our fallen, brave service members. It’s also a great opportunity to spend time with loved ones, friends and family. Make your plans now to spend Memorial Day weekend in the company of dear ones and remembering the day’s purpose.
Top Friend-Date Locations In St. LouisThere are a lot of excellent places to socialize in St. Louis. We have found the top five to hang out with your friend for some quality time. It doesn't matter if you want a quiet place to talk or a chance to do something unique, check out our list below.
Make These 5 Cocktails With Just 4 Ingredients EachWant to spice up your home cocktail menu? Make these tasty drinks with just four ingredients each from Shane Carley, author of "The Home Bartender."
3 Must Have BBQ Recipes To Kick Off SummerSummer is here, and so is barbecue season. Try these three tasty recipes instead of your usual boring standbys.

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TIAM Sunday May 22ndThe Blues win, Riverfront picnic, "Angry Birds", holidays and birthdays!
TIAM Saturday May 21stI-70 construction, Zika, Jersey Boys, The Nice Guys and birthdays.
Producer Dave’s Daddy Blog: It’s Getting RealAt 29 weeks, we are realistically looking at about eight weeks at most before the boys are here.
Forbes Writer Warns About Long Lines at Airports This SummerComplaints about long security lines at airports have increased more than tenfold over the last year.
KMOX Profiles: Jay DelsingJay Delsing was born in St. Louis and went on to play professional golf, from a sports family as well. He continues to love St. Louis sports and talks about them often.
KMOX Profiles: Karlos RamirezThe Hispanic population in St. Louis is growing, and so are the number of Hispanic-owned businesses. Karlos Ramirez is the President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the man who has been leading the effort to help them expand.

Latest Health News

Illinois Doctors Hold Out on Weed PrescriptionsLocal family physician Dr. Bob Farmer says it is putting doctors in a bad position when they are asked to prescribe something that is illegal under federal law.
St. Louis V.A. Hospital Steps Up Fight Against Breast CancerJohn Cochran facility now offers 3D digital mammograms.
St. Louis Ranks No. 28 in American Fitness Index 2016Washington D.C. finished No. 1, and Indianapolis was the worst on the list at No. 50.
Bayer's Offer to Monsanto Faces Anti-Trust SnagMonsanto has some 20,000 employees, including its world headquarters in Creve Coeur and its Chesterfield research campus.
STUDY: Heart Attacks Can Be Silent and DeadlyThe question becomes: So if there are no symptoms, what should we be looking for?
Immune Drug for Deadly Skin Cancer Shows Long-Term SurvivalThe study involved 655 patients and was released Wednesday in advance of an American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting next month in Chicago.

Off Beat News

Smiling Makes You Look Younger, ThinnerUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City publishes study results
Officials: Girl's Arm Impaled on Fence at Governor's MansionAuthorities say a young girl was hospitalized after her arm was impaled on a fence outside the governor's mansion.
Uber Delivering Tacos On Demand For Cinco de MayoUber has teamed with Público on Cinco de Mayo for #UberTACOS on demand.
Prince Had Piano Custom-Made For 2016 TourEntertainer tweeted a photo days before his death
McDonald's: No 'Bottomless Fries' Test In The WorksThose planning a road trip to St. Joseph this summer for bottomless fries at McDonald's may need to tweak their plans.
Memes, Gender Neutrality, Tech Innovation Create New Dictionary WordsDrunk text, yaaas, Mx., fleek, and facepalm have their own new pages on Dictonary.com.

Entertainment News

Harry Hamm: Jersey Boys Workin' It's Way Back To The FoxMusical still energizes audience with selections of best-loved pop music that never grows old.
Winner Of ‘Survivor’ 32 NamedMichele Fitzgerald, the 24-year-old bartender from Freehold, New Jersey, was named the ultimate "Survivor" Wednesday night in a live finale that aired on CBS.
'The Good Wife' Spinoff Coming To CBS All Access In 2017A spinoff of "The Good Wife" is coming to CBS' online video service. CBS All Access said Wednesday that Christine Baranski will star in the new series.
CBS Announces New Primetime Lineup For 2016-2017 SeasonCBS has unveiled its 2016-2017 primetime lineup, featuring three new comedies, five new dramas and 21 returning series.
Michael Weatherly Discusses Last Episode Of 'NCIS' With 'CBS This Morning'After 13 seasons playing special agent Tony DiNozzo, Michael Weatherly will appear one last time in Tuesday's season finale of 'NCIS.'
SNEAK PEAK: Healthworks! Kids' Museum in STL Opens This WeekendKMOX's Carol Daniel gets a sneak peak inside Healthworks! Kids' Museum, a new museum in St. Louis at 1100 Macklind Ave.

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