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Marathon Baseball Game to Benefit "The Mission Continues"Players were on the field for more than 74 hours & finished up Monday morning
Musician Gregg Allman Dies At 69Vocalist for Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame act The Allman Brothers had cancer
Star Wars Celebrates 40th BirthdayMovie audiences were introduced forty years ago today to a galaxy far, far away.
King Tut Exhibit Opens Saturday at the Science CenterIt's likely the best chance you'll ever have to see the tomb of King Tut first-hand.
Manchester Bombing Raises Questions of Security in St. LouisScottrade security says they already watch for threats outside the building as the crowd is leaving.
It's A Boy! St. Louis Zoo Welcomes Baby RhinoThe Saint Louis Zoo has a new adorable baby on its hands -- a black rhinoceros calf was born at the zoo Wednesday, May 17.
WATCH: Ringling Brothers Circus Final PerformanceAfter 146 years, the Ringling Brothers Circus took its final bow last night.
New Alpine Coaster Opening in BransonThe second mountain coaster in Branson is expected to open as early as this summer.
For The Love Of Legos800 kids and adults accept the challenge to "Build St. Louis"
Renovated Kiener Plaza Features Large Event Space, Hot Spots for KidsThe $20 million Kiener Plaza renovation work is complete, and the park is open again!
Top Museums in St. Louis You Must SeeToday is National Museum Day! And St. Louis has some of the best museums in the state!
Soundgarden Singer Chris Cornell Dead at 52; Sat. Pointfest CancelledRocker Chris Cornell, who gained fame as the lead singer of the bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, has died at age 52, and police said Thursday that his death is being investigated as a possible suicide.

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