AUDIO: 4 Thoughts From Chris Kerber on Blues 1st-Round MatchupThe Blues have never been hotter this year than they are right now, and Mike Yeo might have the inside scoop on the Wild.
MLB to Push Forward With Process for Rule ChangesChanges are being considered to the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Thanksgiving Weekend Shoppers Spent Less Due to DiscountsCustomers spent an average of $289.19 over the four-day weekend, down nearly 3.5 percent from a year ago.
Cardinals Announce 2017 Spring Training ScheduleThis coming spring marks the 20th year that the Cardinals will train in Jupiter, Fla., at Roger Dean Stadium.
UMSL Professor Concerned About Changes to 2016 Presidential DebatesDave Robertson says changes could open up the debates to independent millionaires who want equal time.
SLMPD's Real-Time Crime Center Paying DividendsDotson says 48 arrests were made due to the hits that came as a result of the LPRs, with a resulting 126 criminal charges.
St. Louis Company Designs Wristband App to Manage StressData Dog measures your stress level by factors like heart rate, location and time, then sends the info to your smartphone.
Former St. Louis Police Officer Sentenced to 2 Years Jail TimeDon McGhee plead guilty in April 2015.
Ferguson Protesters Runner-Up to Time Person of the Year: Ebola FightersDoctors, nurses and others fighting Ebola have won Time's 2014 Person of the Year award, with Ferguson protesters coming in as runner-up, the magazine announced Wednesday.
Ferguson Protestors in Running for TIME's Person of the YearFerguson protestors place in the top half of TIME magazine's reader's poll for Person of the Year.
Missouri is Best State in America for DrinkersSorry Missourians, we top yet another unflattering list, this time about drinking alcohol. A recently published article on TIME.com puts Missouri at the top of a lighthearted list naming the best and worst states to drink in.
Is The Neighborhood "Ice Cream Man" Melting Into Obscurity?"You're lucky if one kid wants to buy a 50-cent bomb pop" says Happy Time owner.