Today's Youth Unfit to Serve, Says Retired Military GeneralHe's encouraging lawmakers to find ways to turn the trend around.
East St. Louis' 1st Homeless Shelter For Young Men To Open SoonDonations from Illinois State Police and I-DOT help Emerson Park Development Corporation help homeless youth.
Angry Parents Cause Drop in Referee ApplicantsIt's as common at youth soccer games as shots and goals - parents berating officials.
LISTEN: Kerber Meets South African Man Who's Changing Lives For Disadvantaged YouthBent Steinhage started an afternoon soccer program for just 8 kids, which has grown into a 120-member youth soccer club.
Chesterfield Pulls Plug on Power Plex ProjectHopes for the ambitious, $55 million dollar not-for-profit youth sports complex were squashed by chesterfield city council members Monday night.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Miriam Academy MagicSome of these freshmen had never picked up a baseball before this season, but they've quickly found a love for the game.
Inside Pitch: Cardinals Have Some Advice For Young AthletesYouth athletes listen up, Yadier Molina, Stephen Piscotty and company have some advice for you.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Lou Fusz's Expansion in Old Rams' FacilitySee what former MLS player Dan Gargan has planned to turn the old Rams Park into a massive Lou Fusz soccer and lacrosse training facility.
Inside Pitch: Cardinals Have Advice for Parents of Young AthletesThey once were those youth athletes, now many Cardinals players have kids of their own and have to think about the best way to support their kids in athletics.
BASE Foundation Unveils Plans for POWERplex Baseball ComplexThe BASE Foundation kicked off fundraising efforts for POWERplex in Chesterfield Valley, a $55 million indoor/outdoor baseball and softball complex.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Mathews-Dickey, SC STL Community Benefits AgreementThe passing of Props 1 & 2 would mean a lot more than a stadium and MLS team in St. Louis, it would also generate new programs for thousands of kids in the city.
Cardinals, Blues Players Could Be Fined By City For Chewing TobaccoBill No. 294 would make it against the law for fans and players at Busch Stadium, Scottrade Center, collegiate, high school and amateur events in the city of St. Louis to use smokeless tobacco.