Feds: Texas Man Tried Planting Bomb on Confederate StatueSchneck's arrest comes after events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist rally over the removal of a Confederate statue resulted in three deaths, and the removals of other statues nationwide, including at Duke University and late Sunday evening at the University of Texas at Austin.
Houston Man Sentenced After Missouri Drug DealA Houston man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for his role in cocaine during a St. Louis transaction.
Former President George H. W. Bush Hospitalized with PneumoniaBush, 92, "continues to gain strength ... had a good night's rest, and his spirits are high."
Breaking: MLB Hands Down Punishment in Cardinals Hacking CaseThe punishment is a result of the 2014 hacking scandal involving former Cardinals scouting director Christopher Correa.
Man Allegedly Shoots Neighbor For Beating a DogPolice didn't identify the men or say if they knew each other.
Cards, Correa Await Sentencing for Hacking AstrosThe sentencing date was rescheduled for the fourth time, it is now on July 18.
Former Cardinals Scouting Director Admits Hacking Astros Computer SystemChris Correa, of St. Louis, entered a guilty plea to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer, says federal prosecutor Ken Magidson in Houston.
MLB Commissioner Hopes FBI Investigation of Cardinals Ends in OffseasonThe U.S. Attorney's office in Houston tells us there is no new information they can give us at this time.
Former Police Chief: National Anti-Police Trend is GrowingFitch says 15 of the 59 officers who were killed in the line of duty last year were ambushed - triple the number from the year before.
AB Updates 97 Trucks to Reduce Carbon FootprintThe switch will decrease it's annual carbon-dioxide emission by 2,500 tons, says AB's Senior Director Transportation.
St. Louis Band's Equipment Stolen In TexasFoxing trying to figure out how to finish national tour
Astros GM Luhnow Disputes Details Related to Hacking ProbeHouston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow says the notion that poor password protection is to blame for a computer hack of his team's player database is "absolutely false.''