Chris Long Says Tom Brady is 'The G.O.A.T., King of The Petting Zoo'This is the best sound bite from Super Bowl 51 that you haven't heard yet.
County Police Poke Fun at '#StupidCriminals' Found Sleeping with Illegal GunsIt seems that a few criminals in St. Louis County were too tired to hide their weaponry in a restaurant over the weekend, and county police shamed them on Twitter.
Multiple 'Targeted Attacks' on Police in Missouri, Texas SundayA San Antonio officer was killed and two officers in Missouri were shot, but are expected to survive.
Nationals' Scherzer, Boston's Porcello Win Cy Young AwardsJustin Verlander's supermodel fiance, Kate Upton, fired off on Twitter with her disappointment.
Here's What St. Louis Cardinals, Other MLB Players Were Tweeting About Game 7Yes, baseball players do pay attention to game that they don't play in.
NFL Teams Are Trolling Roger Goodell's New Twitter RulesTeams are no longer allowed to post their own video highlights from a game until an hour after the game ends.
All St. Louis Officers to Wear Ballistic Vests FridaySt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson sent a tweet early Friday morning that explains the extra precautions being taken by officers.
Missouri Senator Receives Death Threats on TwitterThe Tweeter was tracked to within two blocks of the US capital, just hours after the tweets.
Sen. Kirk Tweets Thank-You Note from Pres. ObamaIt included a photo of a hand-written note from Obama.
STL Co. Police Assoc. Calls for Resignation of Monarch Fire Board DirectorCunningham made a post Friday following the Colorado shooting deaths at Planned Parenthood. The tweet read, in part, "Reporting 'loss of life'. Tragedy, but loss of life is a daily event at Planned Parenthood."
Probe into Alleged Juror Misconduct on Michael Brown Grand Jury May be Nearing an EndWe may soon learn the outcome of an investigation into alleged juror misconduct on the panel.
Dooley Campaign Tweets Accuse Stenger Of 'Making Deals with Hobby Lobby'The national debate over the Supreme Court's ruling on Hobby Lobby and employer-provided birth control has made its way to the St. Louis County Executive's race.