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KDNL
KDNL

1215 Cole St
St Louis, MO 63106   Directions

(314) 436-3030

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KMOV
KMOV

1 Memorial Dr
St Louis, MO 63021   Directions

(314) 621-4444

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KPLR
KPLR

2250 Ball Dr
St Louis, MO 63146   Directions

(314) 213-7831

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Worth $5 billion, the Dallas Cowboys is the world’s most valuable sports team
07/22/2019 11:52am

The Dallas Cowboys is the most valuable sports team in the world according to Forbes, worth a staggering $5 billion. Its the fourth consecutive year that the NFL outfit has topped the rankings, this year fending off competition from teams from the worlds of baseball, basketball and European soccer. Owned by businessman Jerry Jones, the defending NFC East champions generate twice as much sponsorship and seating revenue at its AT&T Stadium than any other team. Major League Baseball MLB outfit

Metro bus delays after unusually high number of drivers call in sick
07/22/2019 10:58am

ST. LOUIS, Mo. Bus riders in Missouri and Illinois should be prepared to wait. Metro reports that theyre getting an unusually high amount of drivers calling into work sick today. Theyre warning riders that their commutes will likely be longer. Metro is assigning other employees to drive MetroBus vehicles. They still do not have enough drivers to provide on-time service to all routes. Customers with questions about their buses can call Metro Transit Information 314-231-2345, text 314-207-9786 or web

Blues asking for videos in search for National Anthem singers
07/22/2019 10:57am

ST. LOUIS, Mo. The Blues are looking for a new National Anthem singer after Charles Glenns retirement. This is the third year the team has held a contest to give a soloist or small group to perform before a game. The winner will join the rotation of anthem singers for the 2019/2020 season. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is teaming up with the Blues to help conduct the contest. Among this years judges are Charles Glenn, Kennedy Holmes St.

Lenny Kravitz loves Jason Momoa too
07/22/2019 10:39am

Lenny Kravitz has decided to Let Love Rule with his ex-wifes husband. Ina recent interview with the UK publication The Timesreportedly talked about his relationship with ex-wife Lisa Bonet and her husband, Jason Momoa. Kravitz and Bonet were married from 1987 to 1993 and are the parents of actress Zo Kravitz. Bonet married Momoa in 2017 after being together since 2005 and they are the parents of daughter Lola, who turns 12 Tuesday, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 10. Kravitz said of

Equifax exposed 150 million Americans’ personal data. Now it will pay up to $700 million
07/22/2019 10:22am

Credit reporting agency Equifax has reached a deal to pay up to $700 million to state and federal regulators to settle probes stemming from a data breach that exposed the personal informationof nearly 150 million people. It will be the largest settlement ever paid for a data breach. The Federal Trade Commission announced Monday that Equifax will pay at least $300 million and as much as $425 million to compensate affected people with credit monitoring services. That money will go

KSDK
KSDK

1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 444-5125

Website

Temps cool down after flash flood concerns Monday morning
07/22/2019 1:07pm

High temperatures will only reach the upper 70s to around 80 degrees Monday.

Sweet! New soda fountain restaurant teases what's to come at Union Station
07/22/2019 1:04pm

Its the sweet side to the fishy addition going on at Union Station.

Flash flooding blocks roads, causes traffic headaches throughout the area
07/22/2019 12:56pm

Fast-rising water submerged several intersections and flooded businesses in Eureka.

3 Wildwood residents killed, 3 others injured in crash near Effingham, Illinois
07/22/2019 12:34pm

A truck driven by a man from Michigan hit the back of an SUV driven by Virgina E. Abrams 59, of Wildwood.

Woman shot by man in Hi-Pointe neighborhood on Friday has died
07/22/2019 12:17pm

According to police, 43-year-old Kimberly Schneider and a 74-year-old man were in a verbal argument when she was shot.

Missouri Lawyers Media
Missouri Lawyers Media

319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-1880

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Federal judge: Attorney general can’t intervene in caseload lawsuit
07/22/2019 1:48pm

A federal judge has refused to let the Missouri Attorney Generals Office intervene in a case that it claims could trigger monumental changes to Missouris criminal justice system. U.S. District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey on July 12 denied the attorney generals motion to intervene in the suit, which has given rise to a proposed settlement ...

‘Go back’? Omar and the squad are building strength at home
07/22/2019 10:19am

President Donald Trump can tell Rep. Ilhan Omar to go back to Somalia all he wants. All indications suggest shes not going anywhere. Safely entrenched in liberal, urban districts, Omar and most of her fellow squad mates of progressive Democrats have been posting impressive fundraising numbers, so far scaring away serious primary challenges and quieting ...

‘Go back’? Omar and the squad are building strength at home
07/22/2019 10:18am

President Donald Trump can tell Rep. Ilhan Omar to go back to Somalia all he wants. All indications suggest shes not going anywhere. Safely entrenched in liberal, urban districts, Omar and most of her fellow squad mates of progressive Democrats have been posting impressive fundraising numbers, so far scaring away serious primary challenges and quieting ...

Some asylum seekers forced to wait in Mexico help each other
07/22/2019 10:16am

A small group of asylum seekers sit under a canopy on the side of a road leading into the United States, chatting to pass the time as a blazing desert sun pushes the heat into triple digits and fumes roll in from dozens of cars lined up to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Coming from Guatemala, ...

Some asylum seekers forced to wait in Mexico help each other
07/22/2019 10:15am

A small group of asylum seekers sit under a canopy on the side of a road leading into the United States, chatting to pass the time as a blazing desert sun pushes the heat into triple digits and fumes roll in from dozens of cars lined up to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Coming from Guatemala, ...

Nine Network of Public Media
Nine Network of Public Media

3655 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63108   Directions

(314) 512-9000

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Saint Louis Review
Saint Louis Review

20 Archbishop May Dr
St Louis, MO 63119   Directions

(214) 792-7500

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South County Times
South County Times

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699

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St Louis Business Journal
St Louis Business Journal

815 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 421-6200

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Developer completes acquisition of Downtown West building
07/22/2019 1:28pm

Little Rock, Arkansas-based Reimagine Hospitality has closed on its acquisition of the historic Shell Building at 1221 Locust St. in Downtown West. The building will be converted into a dual-branded hotel the first of its kind in St. Louis featuring two of Hiltons brands, Tru by Hilton and Home2Suites, officials said in a statement. The project will add 203 new hotel rooms 80 conventional rooms and 123 extended stay suites.The Tru and Home2 by Hilton brands are a perfect fit for

Poettker Construction adds an office in North Carolina
07/22/2019 11:35am

St. Louis-based Poettker Construction Co. has opened an office in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Poettker Southeast office will be led by a team of Poettker leadership, including Keith Poettker, president Ryan Poettker, executive vice president and COO and Kevin Poettker, director of business development. This has been such an exciting year for Poettker as we celebrate continued growth, Keith Poettker said in a statement. The Charlotte community both businesses and residents have

Family that controls maker of OxyContin to get $87M in sale of St. Louis firm
07/22/2019 11:33am

A firm owned by two members of the Sackler family stands to get $87.2 million from the sale, announced Monday, of Wildwood-based Peak Resorts Inc. NASDAQ: SKIS.

Sansone Group acquires Indianapolis industrial park
07/22/2019 10:30am

Clayton-based real estate company Sansone Group has acquired a 424,849-square-foot industrial park in Indianapolis, further growing the firms out-of-market portfolio. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Convention association meets in St. Louis this week
07/22/2019 7:32am

St. Louis will host the annual Destinations International Convention, with about 1,500 representatives from tourism and convention destinations convening at Americas Center on Tuesday through Thursday.Explore St. Louis will showcase the host citys attractions, including the newly renovated Gateway Arch grounds and museum, Union Station and Ballpark Village, officials said. The Destinations International Convention is expected to bring 3,992 total hotel room nights and estimated direct spending

St Louis Today
St Louis Today

900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 340-8888

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Not very merry: U.S. stocks plunge before Christmas
12/24/2018 1:10pm

The Dow fell 653.1 points, or 2.91 percent, to 21,792.27

PowerBar and energy drink business will be spun off into new St. Louis company, Post Holdings says
11/16/2018 6:30am

Darcy Horn Davenport, president of Active Nutrition since 2017, will become CEO of the new public company.

45 years ago • A final blow is dealt to Pruitt-Igoe
04/01/2018 12:10am

On June 5, 1973, a final stake was put through the heart of the project when the St. Louis Housing Authority voted for a final shutdown of the complex.

Investors cheer as Post Holdings spends billions to diversify
09/22/2017 9:10am

Cereal business is out of favor, but Bob Evans side-dish sales are growing rapidly.

St Louis University News
St Louis University News

1 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(800) 758-3678

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Morris Blurs the Lines of Country
07/16/2019 9:10am

A packed venue, made up mostly of women, lots of cowboy boots and a few cowboy hats were found to be awaiting Maren Morris for her sold-out show on May 9. She came with energy to spare as she rocked out on stage. She was surely noted with her bright yellow shirt and bedazzled denim...

“Naturally Tan” is Naturally a Hit
07/16/2019 9:08am

On June 8,Tan France found himself standing in front of a sold out event hosted by the Saint Louis County Library in collaboration with Left Bank Books. The event was to help promote his recently released memoir Naturally Tan. For the few who do not know France, he launched to fame with the Emmy...

SLU and WashU Join Forces to Create COLLAB
06/18/2019 2:04pm

Despite being only half a mile away, the Cortex Innovation District remains a mystery to most SLU students. A 200-acre hub for technology and science, the Cortex buzzes with over 400 companies and thousands of employees on a daily basis. To generate this same buzz for the Cortex among their own students, SLU and Washington...

Aly & AJ gave audiences a rush
05/15/2019 2:54pm

I frantically ran into Delmar Hall, still in my scrubs from clinical, scrambling to find a good place to stand. Where do you even stand for an artist youve loved for fourteen years Into the Rush was one of the first CDs I ever bought, and being able to see them live has brought everything...

“Detective Pikachu” is super effective!
05/15/2019 2:52pm

Ive been a Pokmon fan since I watched Pokmon 3: The Movie at a birthday party when I was in kindergarten. Instead of being fascinated by sticky blue icing and squeaky balloons, I was enraptured by a colorful television screen as my friend explained what Charizard was doing with Entei. It seemed like gibberish at...

Student Life
Student Life

St Louis, MO

(314) 935-5995

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The Current
The Current

1 University Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63121   Directions

(314) 516-5174

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Communication and Media Department Unveils New Degree Programs
05/05/2019 7:51pm

Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor On May 2, the Communication and Media department hosted an end of the year celebration where new degree options, a new computer lab and more were announced to be made available in the very near future. Beginning in the 2019 fall semester, communication and media students will be offered a choice The post Communication and Media Department Unveils New Degree Programs appeared first on The Current.

Evangelist Spread More Than the Word of God
05/05/2019 7:37pm

Kristen Dragotto, A&E Editor On April 29, a Christian evangelist group came onto the University of MissouriSt. Louis campus, setting up in the Quad. They began protesting all non-Christian ideologies which provoked an angry response from UMSLs student body. According to Daniel Redeffer, a graduate student of UMSLs college of Public Policy and Political Science, The post Evangelist Spread More Than the Word of God appeared first on The Current.

Could Tower Grove South be the next Central West End?
05/05/2019 7:36pm

Kayla Parks, Guest Writer Its no secret that one of the most desired neighborhoods in St. Louis is the Central West End its within walking distance of food, bars, shops, and its a safe neighborhood for all. But there are a few obstacles preventing people from moving there its overcrowded, The post Could Tower Grove South be the next Central West End appeared first on The Current.

The Launch of the 31st UMSL Litmag
05/05/2019 7:33pm

Ian Heye, Staff Writer Looking to get lost in beautiful poems, stories and art Then look no further than the University of MissouriSt. Louis Literary Journal, Litmag On May 3, the English department came out with their 31st edition of the Litmag, hosting a launch party in the Century Rooms in the Millennium Student Center. The post The Launch of the 31st UMSL Litmag appeared first on The Current.

The Multimillion Dollar Renovation Leads to 2020 U.S. Gymnastics Team Trials in St. Louis
05/05/2019 7:32pm

Tori Foster,Staff Writer St. Louis, MO.- The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are heading to St. Louis for the U.S. gymnastics team trials. In recent years, St. Louis have hosted many high-level gymnastics events. In 2016, the Chaifetz Arena hosted the Olympic trials for mens gymnastics and later on that same year the womens national The post The Multimillion Dollar Renovation Leads to 2020 U.S. Gymnastics Team Trials in St. Louis appeared first on The Current.

The Riverfront Times
The Riverfront Times

6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130   Directions

(314) 754-5966

Website

Video Shows Entire Church Collapsing On Itself in South St. Louis City
07/22/2019 12:24pm

A large brick church in south city abruptly collapsed on Saturday, terrifying bystanders and sending bricks bouncing down across Jefferson Avenue in the neighborhood of Fox Park. In a video, the walls of the Prophesy MB Church buckle and crash, the result of a series of earlier collapses that left the structure unable to support its own weight.

World Naked Bike Ride Cyclists Shot by Man With Paintball Gun
07/22/2019 11:20am

Participants in the World Naked Bike Ride on Saturday were attacked by a man wielding a paintball gun, and the terrifying incident was caught on video. The annual bike ride which is usually a happy event that celebrates community, bike safety and body positivity attracted more than 1,000 riders who pedaled through the city of St. Louis while letting it all hang out. The participants are normally met with cheers and giggles from onlookers, but one man decided to use them for target practice. RELATED: The World Naked Bike Ride Was Hotter Than Ever in 2019 NSFW PHOTOS Filmed by Brian Krazer in Tower Grove Park, a video of the attack shows a man take aim with a paintball gun and open fire on bicyclists. The 21-second clip even shows him walking closer to the bike path as they stream past, and he appears to unload at least nine shots on the riders. World Naked Bike Ride planning committee volunteer Andrea Hitsman told KSDK that none of the riders were seriously injured.

Left Bank Books Celebrates 50 Years of Selling Books
07/22/2019 9:41am

Pundits may declare digital books are the future, but Left Bank Books co-owner Kris Klendiesnst disagrees. With the motto Literacy and Justice for All, Left Bank Books is holding strong and has recently celebrated 50 years as an independent bookstore with activist roots.

Balaban's Has Sold, Will Return Home to the Central West End
07/22/2019 6:00am

In 1972, Herb Balaban opened the now-famous Cafe Balaban in the Central West End, helping to usher in the modern St. Louis dining scene. Now, after ten years in Chesterfield, the restaurant is about to return to where it all began and with new ownership eager to reinvigorate the iconic brand.

Josh Hawley Goes Off On The *Wink* 'Cosmopolitan Class'
07/19/2019 3:00pm

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley R-Missouri, a man who allegedly hates work and loves leg day, took a break this week from trying to break the internet to stand before the adoring crowd of the National Conservatism Conference and declare that the cosmopolitan class is wrecking America and that the Statue of Liberty can go drown itself in the Atlantic Ocean. Ok, well, no.

The St Louis American
The St Louis American

2315 Pine St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 533-8000

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West End Word
West End Word

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699

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