State Reps Calls for Cap on Electric Rates2018 must be the year that Missouri caps electric rates says state representative TJ Berry.
Drink Up! Schlafly Announces 2018 Beer ReleasesNot only will customers taste new beers from Schlafly, but they will also see new packaging.
Scientists Predict More Earthquakes In 2018 As Earth SlowsAt a meeting of the Geological Society of America in October, two researchers warned that the world will likely see a 30-percent increase in the number of Magnitude-7 quakes next year.
Cardinals Release 2018 Spring Training ScheduleThe team’s 30-game Grapefruit League slate is set to begin on Friday, February 23.
Justin Timberlake Invited Back To Super Bowl Halftime ShowThe NFL announced Sunday night that Timberlake will headline the Super Bowl halftime show Feb. 4 in Minnesota.
Fair Saint Louis Returns to Arch Riverfront Next YearA video was posted by Fair Saint Louis to announce the move back to it's original site.
Countdown to 100th PGA Championship in St. Louis Begins SaturdayWe are exactly 1-year from the 2018 PGA Championship in St. Louis, check out the “100th PGA Championship Countdown Celebration” at Ballpark Village on Saturday, August 12, prior to the Cardinals-Braves game.
VIDEO: New Exhibits to be Displayed at Arch MuseumMuseum and expanded visitor center expected to open next summer.
Stunning Early Goal Helps US to 1-1 Tie in World Cup Qualifier vs MexicoThe crowd of 81,000 at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City was stunned after the US took the lead six minutes into the match.
Toll Ban Could be on 2018 BallotA transportation advocacy group says a ban on tolls for existing Missouri roads is one step closer to making the 2018 statewide ballot.
McCaskill Holds Town Hall Meetings Before 2018 ElectionNext November Senator McCaskill will be trying desperately to hold onto a blue seat in a very red state, a state President Trump won by nearly 20 points.
Missouri Groups Seek Right-to-Work ReferendumThey need 140,000 signatures by August 28th to ask, "Should Missouri be a Right-to-Work state?" on the 2018 ballot.