New European Research Shows Coffee Drinkers Live LongerData from more than half a million people across 10 European countries shows that higher coffee consumption is linked to a lower risk of death from all natural causes.
Blues Will Not Renew Primary Affiliation With Minor League Chicago Wolves"We will associate with the Vegas Golden Knights and supply players to the Golden Knights’ AHL affiliate next season.” - Doug Armstrong, St. Louis Blues general manager.
Lawsuit Filed by Man Arrested For Flag Burning, Posting Photos to FacebookHe said he carefully planned his demonstration to protest racial discrimination, poverty and other injustices, and then posted six photographs of his actions on Facebook.
If You Missed USA Women's Rugby, Re-Think Your LifeForget the NFL in St. Louis, lets bring a women's sevens rugby league to this city in need of more bone crunching action.
Immigrants Become U.S. Citizens in St. LouisFriday's group of 24 came from 16 different countries
Russian Police Step Up Search For Missing AmericanColin Madsen, 25, of Jefferson City, disappeared a day after he arrived as part of a group from the east Siberian city of Irkutsk.
Red Cross Sets Up Shelters for Flood VictimsShelters now open in Granite City, Arnold, St. Robert and Pacific.
Red Cross Seeks Volunteers To Help Install Smoke DetectorsThe Red Cross will assist city firefighters to put smoke alarms in more than 750 homes.
Pope Francis to Address U.S. Congress at 9 a.m.CNN correspondent John Allen says Pope Francis is making a point to not serve one political party in particular.
American vs. Mediterranean Diet: Wash U Studies Which is HealthierLead researcher Dr. Luigi Fontana has a theory about which diet will be better once the two days a week fasting begins.
COLUMN: Across the PondDan Reardon lists his thoughts in his travels through Ireland about golf, food and life over the pond.
Smoking Now Banned at All Illinois Public CollegesThe only exception to the ban is if you're in a car either driving or parked on campus.