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1215 Cole St
St Louis, MO 63106   Directions

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1 Memorial Dr
St Louis, MO 63021   Directions

(314) 621-4444



2250 Ball Dr
St Louis, MO 63146   Directions

(314) 213-7831

Former student files lawsuit against SIUE for its handling of her rape on campus
10/16/2018 10:50pm

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. A lawsuit was filed in federal court Tuesday Oct. 16 against Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and four employees, including the chancellor. The lawsuit, filed by a former student, alleges the university violated Title IX when it failed to uphold the students rights after she was raped on campus by a classmate. Wednesday, October 17 marks one year since Bailey Reed says she was raped by a classmate in her apartment on campus. Reed says she had recently met

Investigators believe recent Metro East armed robberies are connected
10/16/2018 10:37pm

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill. Police think a man who robbed a Dollar General store on Highway 159 is the same man who robbed a Caseyville convenience store less than two weeks ago. Police released surveillance video showing the robbery from last Thursday at the Dollar General. The suspect had an AK-47 rifle and could be seen wearing a hoodie and a face mask. A store employee said a child was just feet away when the robbery happened and said the

Last minute lottery players rush to buy tickets for Mega Millions jackpot
10/16/2018 10:18pm

CAHOKIA, Ill. A rush of lottery players usually comes through the door just before ticket sales end. Thats what Carolene Grandberry says happens at the Cahokia Moto Mart where she is a shift manager. Wednesdays nights estimated jackpot of $667 million was the biggest jackpot in Mega Millions history. Customers lined up and bought tickets for what they hope would lead to a new way of life. What many customers did not know was that Illinois allows lotto players

YouTube down: Major outage prompts outcry on social media
10/16/2018 9:54pm

YouTube has reportedwidespread outages on several of their sites Tuesday evening. According toDown Detector, the outage is affecting users coast-to-coast, but the issues reportedly extend to the rest of the world, as well. YouTube has had similar issues in the past, but they arent common and rarely last as long as Tuesdays more than 50 minutes. Thanks for your reports about YouTube, YouTube TV and YouTube Music access issues. We&39re working on resolving this and will let you know

Neighbors describe strong stench before deputies confirm human remains found in wooded area
10/16/2018 9:41pm

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. A woman taking a shortcut through the woods stumbled across badly decomposed human remains in Jefferson County. The sheriffs office said the bones were discovered around 5:45 p.m. Monday off of Sugar Creek Road near Highway 30. The area is between High Ridge and Fenton. The remains had been there for at least a few weeks. Cindy Day, who lives across from the wooded area, said she can distinctly remember from three weeks ago a very



1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 444-5125

Florissant grandmother reunites with man who pulled her from burning car
10/17/2018 3:39am

A grandmother saved from a fiery head-on crash in Florissant last month is finally back home after weeks recovering from surgery in a rehab facility.

VERIFY: Fact checking Sen. McCaskill's ad on pre-existing conditions
10/16/2018 11:04pm

5 On Your Side is verifying one ad each from Sen. Claire McCaskill and Attorney General Josh Hawley as they both compete to become Missouris next U.S. Senator.

Police looking for missing St. Charles woman
10/16/2018 10:48pm

Police said Christine Bray walked away from her home on 1205 Trails of Sunbrook in St. Charles at around 1 p.m. Sunday.

Godfrey Trustee found shot to death in Alton Tuesday morning
10/16/2018 10:37pm

According to the Mayor of Godfrey, the man is Godfrey Trustee Eldon Twirp Williams.

'My wife is gone' | Husband mourns wife mauled to death by pit bull in DC
10/16/2018 10:18pm

Rob Frazier said he left his house for 15 minutes. When he came back, he found his wife dead. They have been together for 20 years and were entering their second year of marriage.

Missouri Lawyers Media

Missouri Lawyers Media

319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-1880

Criminal Law: Post-Conviction relief- Guilty plea- Ineffective assistance of counsel
10/16/2018 4:52pm

Petitioner moved for post-conviction relief, following his guilty plea to unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of controlled substances, and resisting arrest. At the plea hearing, petitioner admitted to the facts alleged by the prosecution and acknowledged he understood that, as a persistent offender, the trial court could impose any ...

Criminal Law: Inmate Placement- Court’s Jurisdiction- Individualized Review
10/16/2018 3:30pm

Where the BOPs statutory requirement to consider the resources of the facility contemplated did not preclude the agency from fulfilling Its concurrent obligation to conduct an individualized review of an inmates circumstances when making a placement decision, district court should have denied a 2241 petition rather than dismissing on jurisdictional grounds. Judgment is reversed and ...

New campaign seeks support for expanded Supreme Court
10/16/2018 3:06pm

A couple of liberal Harvard law professors are lending their name to a new campaign to build support for expanding the Supreme Court by four justices in 2021. The campaign, calling itself the 1.20.21 Project and being launched Wednesday, also wants to increase the size of the lower federal courts to counteract what it terms ...

New campaign seeks support for expanded Supreme Court
10/16/2018 3:03pm

A couple of liberal Harvard law professors are lending their name to a new campaign to build support for expanding the Supreme Court by four justices in 2021. The campaign, calling itself the 1.20.21 Project and being launched Wednesday, also wants to increase the size of the lower federal courts to counteract what it terms ...

Jurors: Don’t throw out $289M weed-killer verdict
10/16/2018 2:58pm

Jurors who found that agribusiness giant Monsantos Roundup weed killer contributed to a school groundskeepers cancer are urging a San Francisco judge not to throw out the bulk of their $289 million award in his favor. Juror Gary Kitahata told Judge Suzanne Bolanos in a letter that the jury was convinced by the evidence. I ...

Nine Network of Public Media

Nine Network of Public Media

3655 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63108   Directions

(314) 512-9000

Saint Louis Review

Saint Louis Review

20 Archbishop May Dr
St Louis, MO 63119   Directions

(214) 792-7500

South County Times

South County Times

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699

St Louis Business Journal

St Louis Business Journal

815 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 421-6200

St. Louis nonprofit names new leader
10/16/2018 2:50pm

Our Community Listens, a St. Louis-based nonprofit founded by CEO Bob Chapman of global manufacturer Barry-Wehmiller and his wife, Cynthia, has hired Rebecca Buell Emerson as its new executive director.Our Community Listens seeks to build more caring communities by offering educational programs on improving interpersonal relationships. Buell Emerson succeeds Holly Swift, who recently left the organization. Buell Emerson previously served as executive director for school and community partnerships

Officials pitching HBE Corp. building in bid for 700 USDA jobs
10/16/2018 2:28pm

The USDA is slated to make a decision in the coming months with the relocation to be complete by the end of 2019.

Sunset Hills motel faced allegations of prostitution, drugs. Now a luxury car wash is planned for the site
10/16/2018 2:27pm

Construction could start in January with completion targeted for August.

Frontenac buy puts Royal Banks on track for $8 million in profit this year
10/16/2018 2:16pm

Why acquiring a bank is more lucrative than running a bank

Picking the brain of St. Louis' king of the scream, Larry Kirchner
10/16/2018 2:04pm

Larry Kirchner, the owner of some St. Louis most famous haunted attractions such as The Darkness, House of the Occult at Lemp Brewery and Creepyworld, said attendance at his scream factories has been down by 50 percent since 2010.

St Louis Today

St Louis Today

900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 340-8888

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.

Rothman Furniture closing all stores after 90 years
09/20/2017 2:50pm

The family-owned chain will hold liquidation sales at all six of its stores beginning next month.

Ellisville to consider refunding residents' legal fees
12/24/2012 12:15am

Five Ellisville residents are asking the city to reimburse them for their legal fees stemming from a lawsuit filed against them last August by City Councilman Matt Pirrello.

Guard's Mizzou debut surrounded by intrigue
12/16/2012 6:30am

Jabari Brown played two games with Oregon, then quit. A month later, he announced plans to transfer to Missouri.

St Louis University News

St Louis University News

1 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(800) 758-3678

10/09/2018 11:50am

2018 has been a busy year for K-pop group GOT7. After a Korean mini album release in March, a Japanese comeback in May and a world tour spanning over the summer, the group has been active for virtually the entire year. In addition, on Sept. 17, they released their full album Present: YOU. Featuring solo...

Hippo Campus’ “Bambi” Breaks Boundaries
10/09/2018 11:42am

Hippo Campus disregards the sound that was created in their first album Landmark with which they marked their presence at Loufest two years ago. After one full album and four EPs, the five-piece band regraces their arrival at the beginning of their sophomore album Bambi. The first song on the album Mistakes opens with airy...

SHAKEY GRAVES: The Americana Dream
10/09/2018 11:34am

The pre-show music that played on the speakers was reminiscent of distinct regions of the world. One song transported the listener to the jungle, as African drums played exotic beats and panflutes whistled in the air. The next tune experimented in the mystical phrygian mode, evoking desert wind on the faces of listeners. When might...

10/08/2018 11:50am

Over the past few years and the past few elections, voting has been pushed as a right and responsibility, and there has been more encouragement for younger generations to vote. Universities emphasize the importance of voting among their students by handing out voter registration forms and setting up voting booths for easy access. SLU recently...

FOOD FIGHT! The Future of Griesedieck Dining Hall
10/08/2018 11:42am

According to SGA President Katlyn Martin, the plan she knew about was to covert sections of the old dining hall into a laundry, study, and performance space for students. However, when she checked in to the issue again in June, she found that it had been put on hold, because Career Resources had expressed a...

Student Life

Student Life

St Louis, MO

(314) 935-5995

The Current

The Current

1 University Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63121   Directions

(314) 516-5174

UMSL’s Final Theatre Production “Chasing the White Rabbit” Premieres
10/14/2018 5:23pm

Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor The lights went down on the stage and along with them came four hooks each attached to a rope. As they slowly descended onto the stage, four human-sized rabbits with unsettling masks that covered the entirety of their heads with seemingly do mouth or eye holes reared their haunting faces, carrying The post UMSLs Final Theatre Production Chasing the White Rabbit Premieres appeared first on The Current.

In Bid for More Listeners, The U Changes Format to Prioritize Music Over Talk
10/14/2018 5:23pm

Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor The U, the student-run radio station of the University of MissouriSt. Louis, has made a change in their formatting. Talk radio programming will no longer be on the air during a large portion of the day, with some exceptions. The change in The Us programming involves restricting talk programming from being The post In Bid for More Listeners, The U Changes Format to Prioritize Music Over Talk appeared first on The Current.

What’s Current Wednesdays – Net Neutrality
10/14/2018 5:22pm

Katelyn Chostner, Editor-in-Chief On the first Wednesday of each month The Current hosts a Whats Current Wednesdays to open the floor to faculty, staff and students at The University of MissouriSt. Louis. Director of Business Collaboration and Assistant Teaching Professor of Digital and Social Media Marketing in the College of Business Administration Dr. Perry Drake The post Whats Current Wednesdays Net Neutrality appeared first on The Current.

Campus Crime Report
10/14/2018 5:20pm

Trevor Dobbs, Staff Writer The following is a series of daily crime and incident reports issued by the University of Missouri-St. Louis Police Department from Sept. 26, 2018 through October. 10, 2018. Sept. 26, 2018: At 1:00 p.m., an UMSL staff member reported damage to their parked car, most likely caused by another vehicle that The post Campus Crime Report appeared first on The Current.

PRIZM Celebrates 15th Anniversary of “Under the Big Top!”
10/14/2018 5:19pm

Katelyn Chostner, Editor-in-Chief To kickoff National Coming Out day, PRIZM hosted their 15th anniversary drag show Under the Big Top The club invited drag kings and queens from all over St. Louis to perform for the University of MissouriSt. Louis students and community members. Under the Big Top gave members of LGBTQ and their allies The post PRIZM Celebrates 15th Anniversary of Under the Big Top appeared first on The Current.

The Riverfront Times

The Riverfront Times

6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130   Directions

(314) 754-5966

Mary Engelbreit Is Summoning the Revolution with a Free 'Vote' Download
10/16/2018 2:10pm

St. Louis-based illustrator Mary Engelbreit is well known for sweetness and light type her name into a Google image search, and youll surely have an instant flash of recognition when you see row after row of rosy-cheeked kids and sunflowers. Her style is distinctive, and so are her cheery themes. But Ms. Mary is also quite contrary.

SIUE Student Bailey Reed Sues University Over Handling of Rape Complaint
10/16/2018 1:00pm

A Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville student who accused a fellow student of rape is suing the university over its handling of the case. Bailey Reed was an undergrad in October 2017 when, she says, a fellow student forced her to perform oral sex on him, then pulled down her pants, held her down and raped her vaginally. She went to the hospital that night, and reported the assault soon after to both the police and the campus Title IX office. But as the RFT first reported in May, even though the campus Sexual Harassment Panel hearing Reeds complaint found in her favor, saying her alleged assailant violated university policy, Chancellor Randall Pembrook overruled the panel without providing an explanation.

St. Louis Weather Is Some Bullshit and We Only Have Two Seasons Now
10/16/2018 10:53am

Remember in elementary school when they taught us the basics Like how there are four seasons, how the food pyramid will keep us healthy and and how we could trust authority figures like cops and Republicans

Cort VanOstran Outraised Ann Wagner Last Quarter in Tight Congressional Race
10/16/2018 9:16am

It was a very good quarter for Cort VanOstran, the Clayton lawyer who hopes to take down U.S. Representative Ann Wagner R-Ballwin in November he raised nearly twice as much. Quarterly fundraising reports filed last night cover July 19 to September 30, a time when VanOstran took the Democratic primary and could finally present himself to donors as the partys nominee. That clearly paid off albeit not quite in Beto ORourke-ian proportions:VanOstran brought in $742,733 in net contributions for the third quarter, while Wagner raised $357,831 in the same time period. Those numbers are particularly impressive in light of two factors: Wagner is the incumbent, and VanOstran has refused to take any money from corporate political action committees.

St. Louis Halloween 2018: Your Complete Guide to the Frightening Fun
10/16/2018 6:55am

This year, Halloween falls on a Wednesday and that means there will be plenty of good parties for the two weekends that precede it, as well as on Halloween night itself. Its basically triple the funWeve got a complete list of the merriment being planned for this weekend October 19-21, next weekend October 26-28 and October 31, as well as some ongoing events to scare your socks off.

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

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699

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