See Today's Front Pages of Newspapers Around the GlobeThe news of the U.S. electing Donald Trump as its next president was obvious front-page news everywhere in the country, but Trump also has big headlines across the globe.
STL Zoo Selected as National Best Free Attraction ContestantVoters have until Monday, Aug. 29 at 10:59 a.m. to vote the Saint Louis Zoo as the Best Free Attraction.
STL Zoo In Running for #1 Free Attraction in U.S.Online voting runs through August 29th and the zoo is currently No. 1 among all 20 entries.
Forest Park Ranks Nationally as Best City ParkFrom 20 nominees, down to 10 winners - and guess who snagged the No. 1 spot? St. Louis' own Forest Park!
Army Referral Scheme Makes Couple MillionairesThe scheme, perpetrated by a retired Army sergeant and his wife, used a website to gather names of individuals interested in joining the Army. The couple then submitted those names to the Army, earning them a cash bonus for each recruit they “referred.”
Packers Ready For Rematch In SeattleThe Green Bay Packers played the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 as the first game of the season. This week, the Packers will look to avenge their 36-16 loss in the opener. Both teams are different teams than in that first meeting, but Bovada sees the Seahawks as 7.5 point favorites at home.
McCaskill Blasts OU For Accepting DGBIn Op-Ed piece, U.S. Senator discusses ex-Mizzou football star who faced domestic abuse allegations in Columbia
Hancock & Kelley - Monday, July 21st - USA Today's Bob Nightingale; Gary Buss of Tech Electronics; and Dan Reardon, KMOX Golf CorrespondentJohn and Michael with USA Today's Bob Nightingale; with Gary Buss of Tech Electronics; and with KMOX Golf Correspondent Dan Reardon.
Reardon: Using The Wrong ClubIn a column for USA Today, Christine Brennan writes that the exodus from the game of golf in recent years is in part because “It is too expensive. It takes too long. It’s too hard. It’s too elitist.” I simply think she is wrong.
The Sports Hub: David Morrison, Bob NightengaleDavid Morrison of the Columbia Tribune and Bob Nightengale of USA Today.
Centralia Orphans Win Unique Mascot ContestThe Centralia Orphans won the National honor after voting concluded Wednesday afternoon in a USA Today sponsored competition.
Centralia Orphans Vying For 'Most Unique Mascot' TitleSouthern Illinois high school hopes to be picked "Most Unique Mascot in America."