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Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Missouri Man's Murder Convictions in Sisters' Deaths TossedThe court's 4-3 ruling on Tuesday sends Reginald Clemons' case back to circuit court, and gives the state 60 days to either seek a retrial or allow charges to be dismissed.
World's Largest Catsup Bottle Will Remain As-Is In Collinsville"This is an icon of Collinsville," he says. "It's a part of this building and the Brooks' heritage, and we're just happy to be here with it right now."
Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Parental Rights in Lost Baby CaseAttorney Albert Watkins announced the petition Tuesday in which Melanie Diane Gilmore seeks to invalidate her 1983 adoption and re-establish Zella Jackson Price as her legal mother.
Minority Police Group to Declare 'No Confidence' in Chief DotsonThe Ethical Society of Police lists four points of dissatisfaction, including the promotion of mostly white officers.
Durbin Wants Rauner to Meet The RefugeesRauner was among many governors to say their states would suspend efforts on resettling refugees from Syria.

Latest St. Louis Sports

Rangers #1 In NHL Value, Blues #24St. Louis ranks ahead of Tampa, Nashville, Columbus, Carolina, Arizona, & Florida
FanDuel Weekly Roundup: Who To Play, Who To Pass For NFL Week 12It's crunch time in the NFL as the contenders are starting to separate themselves from the pretenders. Bye weeks are a thing of the past, so you'll have endless options on who to play and who to pass on in your upcoming FanDuel matchups.
Cowboys Try To Stay In Playoff Race Against Undefeated Panthers On ThanksgivingThe Dallas Cowboys only have three wins this season, but are only two games out of first place in the NFC East. However, they have to win on Thanksgiving Day when they welcome the undefeated Carolina Panthers for the biggest game of the day.
Cardinals Winter Warm-Up Tickets Go On Sale FridayOne of the most popular fan events in baseball, Winter Warm-Up takes place Saturday, January 16 through Monday, January 18, 2016 (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day), at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.
Struggling Eagles And Lions Try To Turn Things Around On ThanksgivingJust as the Houston Texans might have turned around their season in last week's game, the Philadelphia Eagles hope to do the same against the Detroit Lions.
Packers Try To Extend NFC North Lead With Thanksgiving Game Against BearsThe Green Bay Packers beat NFC North leader Minnesota Vikings this week and now want to sweep their division rival Chicago Bears on Thursday night.

St. Louis's Top Spots

WATCH: Wining And Tailgating With The Saturday SommelierWine and cheese tailgate pairings from Laura Maniec, master sommelier at Corkbuzz in NYC.
Top Spots In St. Louis To Get Your Holiday Shopping Done EarlyThe holidays are a hectic time of year. But the early birds can relax while the procrastinators are the mercy of malls and half-empty shelves. If you are the kind who likes to get a head start on things, we've compiled a list to help you get ahead of the pack.
Top 2015 Holiday-Themed Stage Productions In St. LouisGet your tickets early for these festive holiday performances.
"Hunger" Eats Up Box OfficeHowever, sales were under what was projected.
Top Winter Festivals In St. LouisSt. Louisans don't go outside much in the winter — but when we do, it's a party. Here's your guide to getting out in the snow.
Final "Hunger" A Full PlateLast installment has a Hollywood ending.

Heard On

From The Archives: JFK, Musial's 3000th Celebration, Bill Clinton, 64 Cardinals Football Salute
TIAM Sunday November 22ndThe fight against ISIS, Funding for St. Louis Startups, "Spotlight" and birthdays.
TIAM Saturday November 21stMissouri Veterans History Project, "Redbird Relics" and Hunger Games.
Mark On Movies: SpotlightA group of Boston Globe investigative reporters blow the lid off the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in the drama "Spotlight" which opens in St. Louis this weekend.
KMOX Audio Archive: Harry CarayIn this classic clip, we hear from legendary Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray, who once did play-by-play on KMOX.
Chris Hrabe High School Spotlight: Chaminade FootballAntoine Torrey is known for the 180 he turned on the Normandy Football program, winning three-straight conference championships, and he is taking the Chaminade Red Devils to new heights of their own.

Latest Health News

Well-Being Index Releases National Heart Attack StatisticsThe states with the highest heart attack incidence are West Virginia, South Dakota and Kentucky.
Report Shows STD Decline in St. Louis, Still Leads at No. 1St. Louis city communicable disease specialist Becki Davis says STDs know no borders.
Local Specialist Concerned About New Weight Loss CrazeThe new trend is called Combo Pilling which is when two or more diet pills or supplements are combined to create supercharged weight loss.
Asbestos Discovery Halts Arch Museum ConstructionThe Arch areas open to the public are safe for visitors.
PTSD, Veteran Suicide Hits Home For CBS Military AnalystCBS News military analyst Col. Jeff McCauland's nephew committed suicide two years ago after being diagnosed with PTSD.
AUDIO: Part of Hall-of-Famer Brock's Leg AmputatedKMOX spoke with Lou Brock's agent, Dick Zitzman.

Off Beat News

How #RoarBacon Became a Thing for the St. Louis BluesWhat is #RoarBacon? Well, thanks to an auto-corrected post to the St. Louis Blues Instagram account during the team's comeback win over the Chicago Blackhawks, it's totally a thing now.
Missouri Farmer Charged in Fork Loader AssaultMan accused of driving spears through car windshield
Corset Craze - Is it Safe?The “corset craze” is back - fueled by celebrity endorsements - and are increasing in popularity among women. But are they truly safe?
Zombie Properties Haunting St. Louis MarketOf the 27,000 vacant properties in the St. Louis area, according to RealtyTrac, nearly 10 percent are in foreclosure. Nationally, that number is about 5 percent.
Arnold Residents Fight For 'Ugly Green' Water Tower Color to StayA post on calls the water tower a "beacon of comfort" for college kids returning home.
It's Time To Count The White Squirrels In OlneyGrowing concern that they might be dwindling toward extinction.

Entertainment News

Stephen Colbert Returns To Host 'The Kennedy Center Honors'Stephen Colbert returns to host "The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors," to be broadcast Tuesday, Dec. 29 on CBS.
CBS Drama 'Code Black' Welcomes Cast From 'The Lion King'The medical drama CBS' "Code Black" gets a dose of Broadway magic this week when cast members from "The Lion King" — and one memorable Mufasa — end up in the emergency room.
"Hunger" Eats Up Box OfficeHowever, sales were under what was projected.
Attorney & Jazz Aficionado Don Wolff DiesWolff hosted "I Love Jazz" on KMOX from 1993-2008
Mark On Movies: SpotlightA group of Boston Globe investigative reporters blow the lid off the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in the drama "Spotlight" which opens in St. Louis this weekend.
Final "Hunger" A Full PlateLast installment has a Hollywood ending.
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