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1215 Cole St
St Louis, MO 63106   Directions

(314) 436-3030



1 Memorial Dr
St Louis, MO 63021   Directions

(314) 621-4444



2250 Ball Dr
St Louis, MO 63146   Directions

(314) 213-7831


Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies using two wheels instead of four in some neighborhoods
09/17/2019 10:41pm

JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO Jefferson County sheriffs deputies are taking a different approach to try and build better relationships with the citizens who they serve. They are hitting the streets in Jefferson County neighborhoods on bicycles instead of patrol cars. Deputies Adam Lambrich and Tony Ochoa are the bike patrol with the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department. The deputies are biking through neighborhoods two or three times during the week and on Saturdays. The goal to bridge the gap between police

Father of four killed in construction accident identified
09/17/2019 10:28pm

SHREWSBURY, MO Family members have identified their loved one as the man who was killed at a Shrewsbury construction site early Tuesday morning. They told Fox 2/News 11 Shawn Pritchett is a loving father of four who has been with his significant other for 15 years. They said Pritchett is a father of two girls and two boys, ranging from ages 3 to 12. According to MSD, Pritchett had only been on the job for about two weeks when

As Illinois prepares for recreational marijuana use, one city bans cannabis sales
09/17/2019 10:26pm

OFALLON, IL The day after a Metro East city council voted to ban recreational cannabis sales within city limits, a non-profit group met in that community to help educate women about the opportunities available to them in this budding industry. Illinois Women in Cannabis IWC held its first of nine events across the state Tuesday Sept. 17 in OFallon, Illinois to help women find a future in the cannabis industry. According to event organizers, the opportunities are endless. Its

Firefighter injured in North City fire
09/17/2019 10:01pm

ST. LOUIS A fire broke out Tuesday night in the OFallons Park neighborhood just after 830p.m. The fire was mostly confined the second story of home in 2100 block of Alice in north St. Louis. The fire was knocked down quickly by fire crews on scene. One firefighter suffered a minor injury when he was cut on the cheek while opening a window. He was transported to the hospital for treatment. Battalion 6 reports: Searches negative. Fire extinguished companies

Federal lawsuit filed against the City of St. Louis and police officers in kettle arrest
09/17/2019 9:43pm

ST. LOUIS Two years ago this week, protests from downtown St. Louis to the Central West End exploded following the Jason Stockley not guilty decision was handed down. Tuesday, a federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of five local residents against the City of St. Louis and over 340 St. Louis police officers over the use of a crowd controlling tactic known as kettling. The 75-page suit says officers either violated or conspired to violate the constitutional rights of


1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 444-5125


Offense comes up flat again in Cardinals 6-2 loss to Nationals
09/17/2019 10:45pm

The Brewers and Cubs now trail the Cardinals by two games with 11 games remaining.

County Executive creating crime commission in response to shootings of children
09/17/2019 10:38pm

The group will be tasked with developing a comprehensive countywide plan to improve law enforcement and criminal justice systems.

Bodies of missing 4-year-old, family friend found in Gasconade County
09/17/2019 10:22pm

Many people in town told 5 On Your Side they saw the boy and family friend together frequently.

Teenager helps Winfield family escape house fire
09/17/2019 10:22pm

The house is a total loss and now a veteran is looking for help to pick up the pieces.

Kirkwood man finds woman he does not know sleeping in his bed, police say
09/17/2019 9:42pm

She told police she took a shower before getting some rest in the master bedroom of the empty house.

Missouri Lawyers Media
Missouri Lawyers Media

319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-1880


Employment: Arbitration-Disability Discrimination-Court Costs
09/17/2019 4:48pm

Where an employee sued his former employer and a human resources officer for disability discrimination, religious discrimination and retaliation under the Missouri Human Rights Act, and the defendant moved to dismiss or to compel arbitration, the trial court did not err in concluding that the parties arbitration agreement was valid and enforceable, but the court ...

Criminal Law: Self-Representation-Waiver of Counsel-Voluntariness
09/17/2019 4:46pm

Where a defendant argued that the trial court erred in allowing him to represent himself for charges including resisting arrest, the record showed that the defendants waiver of counsel was voluntary, knowing and intelligent, and the courts inquiry was thorough, and the judgment is affirmed because the court did not err in failing to obtain ...

Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Effectiveness of Counsel-Severance
09/17/2019 4:45pm

Where a defendant argued that the motion court erred in denying his motion for post-conviction relief because his counsel was ineffective for failing to file a motion to sever other counts of statutory sodomy of which he was acquitted, counsel offered two objectively reasonable strategies for not filing the motion to sever, so the judgment ...

Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Appointment of Counsel-Indigent Defendant
09/17/2019 4:43pm

CWhere a defendant who was determined to be indigent by the motion court challenged the denial of his motion for post-conviction relief without the appointment of counsel, the judgment is reversed and remanded because the appointment of counsel for indigent defendants is mandatory under Rule 29.15e. Judgment is reversed and remanded. Clunie v. State MLW ...

Criminal Law: Expungement-Dismissal of Petition
09/17/2019 4:41pm

Where appellant challenged the denial of his petition to expunge a 2003 conviction for unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, the record showed no other findings of guilt on any misdemeanor or felony between the date he filed his petition and three years prior, and the trial court erred in dismissing the petition, so the judgment ...

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


Price hike reaches new high after American, Southwest kicked off summer with fare raise
09/17/2019 2:54pm

August saw the largest airline ticket price increase of 2019 as the industry continues to deal with fallout from the 737 Max grounding.Airline fares rose 1.6 percent in August compared with a year prior, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index for August. Domestic capacity unexpectedly dropped this year after the 737 Max, made by Boeing Co. NYSE: BA, was grounded in March after two crashes in five months which killed 346 people.The correlation between the Maxs

These Missouri and Illinois colleges have the best business schools
09/17/2019 2:41pm

Universities in the St. Louis region take up at least four spots in the top 150 best business programs ranking from U.S. News & World Report. A St. Louis university is near the top of the nationwide list, at No. 12, moving up two spots from last year.Scroll through the gallery above to see where each school falls in the ranking.According to U.S. News & World Report, the undergraduate business school rankings are based on the judgments of deans and senior faculty members at peer institutions.

As IndyCar race grows, Metro East raceway hope the success lures more high-profile races
09/17/2019 2:30pm

With an uptick in attendance and the event garnering billions of media impressions, World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway believes the success of the 2019 Bommarito Automotive Group 500 increased the stature of the annual event and could help lure other high-profile races to the facility.

Mercy acquires 3 Sachs assets from Gershman
09/17/2019 2:26pm

The buildings are adjacent to Mercys virtual health center in Chesterfield.

Safety National to build $32M HQ expansion in Maryland Heights
09/17/2019 1:56pm

The company could employ 750-1,000 people once its expansion is complete, officials said.

St Louis Today
St Louis Today

900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 340-8888


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


The Right to Compete
09/14/2019 5:26pm

It has been a commonly known fact that in the United States, football is king. Its the college sport that brings in the most revenue, and the NFL is highest grossing professional sports organization. Yet, despite popular thought, money wasnt the deciding factor in Kent State Universitys recent decision to end a neutral site field...

Woman Charged in Hit-and-Run that Injured SLU Student
09/12/2019 6:55pm

Last week, a SLU student was badly injured in a hit-and-run on the intersection of Grand and Laclede. On Tuesday, the driver was identified as 21-year-old Aldina Sakanovic, per the St. Louis Police Department. Stephanie Grant, a 20-year-old junior studying Biomedical engineering at SLU, was walking across the street near Grand Hall when a...

Murana Brothers New Dynamic Duo for Men’s Soccer
09/05/2019 12:41pm

Wilbur and Orville Wright, Serena and Venus Williams, James and Dave Franco these famous sibling duos have been instrumental in their respective fields, leveraging the intangible bond between blood to achieve feats never before seen. Saint Louis University Mens Soccer added their own duo to the squad with the addition of Mujeeb Murana, younger brother...

A Capella Showcase
09/05/2019 12:27am

SLU A Cappella kicked off their fall season with a showcase, courtesy of Six Eight A Cappella and the Student Involvement Center. In hopes to recruit new voices, four of the five groups showed off their ac-abilities with breathtaking performances. Although the Bare Naked Statues, SLUs all-male group, sadly could not perform, they would...

Broadway on a Budget
09/05/2019 12:25am

Looking for things to do as the fall semester gets underway The Fabulous Fox, located just a block off Saint Louis Universitys main campus, hosts an array of award-winning musicals and plays every year. Plus, the venue itself is just as impressive as the entertainment it hosts. Walking into the Fox is like stepping back...

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


Poster From The 90’s Is Topic Of Conversation 20 Years Later
09/15/2019 9:59pm

Emma Pardo, News Editor ST. LOUIS- As a college student, the university or institution you have chosen to attend is one that stood out from the rest. Your choice of institution, where you will spend the next four or more years studying, has the best possible teachers for you and most of all makes you The post Poster From The 90s Is Topic Of Conversation 20 Years Later appeared first on The Current.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s
09/15/2019 9:55pm

Emma Pardo, News Editor On Sept. 28 St. Charles Community College will be hosting an event called the Alzheimers Association Walk to End Alzheimers. Community members will gather and create their walking team and can also collect donations for the research efforts of the Alzheimers Association. The Alzheimers Association is an extremely large non-profit voluntary The post Walk to End Alzheimers appeared first on The Current.

Meals With Milli, a Food Service for the On-the-Go Consumer
09/15/2019 9:45pm

Stephanie Daniels, Editor in Chief In the wake of social media, every facet of entrepreneurship has taken to its platforms to drive visions of success and craft. For local St. Louis chef and entrepreneur Amelia Stubblefield, that journey is no different. Her love for food began back when she attended Clayton High School. While there, The post Meals With Milli, a Food Service for the On-the-Go Consumer appeared first on The Current.

STL Post-Dispatch Photo Exhibit Showcases Pulitzer Prize Winners
09/15/2019 9:44pm

Ryan Martin, Guest Writer The Missouri History Museum is hosting a free traveling exhibit showcasing Pulitzer Prize-winning photos until the end of January 2020. Additionally, the exhibition will also feature a compilation of iconic and noteworthy photos from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch over the years. Sponsored in part by Emily Pulitzer and JSM Charitable Trust, The post STL Post-Dispatch Photo Exhibit Showcases Pulitzer Prize Winners appeared first on The Current.

Swap, Share, and Shop
09/15/2019 9:32pm

Kenna Gottschalk, Staff Writer I want that but Im broke, said just about every college student ever. Whether its ice cream, a movie, concerts or shopping, money can be a very real struggle when you are in college. Another very real struggle that everyone is currently experiencing, is the destruction of our environment. Overconsumption is The post Swap, Share, and Shop appeared first on The Current.

The Riverfront Times
The Riverfront Times

6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130   Directions

(314) 754-5966


Nearly 350 St. Louis Cops Named in Class Action Suit 2 Years After Police 'Kettle'
09/17/2019 4:53pm

A new class action lawsuit names nearly 350 St. Louis police officers, alleging they acted together to illegally arrest and abuse protesters and others during demonstrations that followed the 2017 acquittal of a white cop charged with murdering a black man. Attorney Javad Khazaeli of Khazaeli Wyrsch says officers took extraordinary measures to hide their identities on the night of September 17, 2019 when police trapped more than 100 people in a downtown intersection. Their names and badges hidden, officers in riot gear swooped in that night for mass arrests.

Krewson Complicit in Attempted Coverup of Beaten Cop, Suit Alleges
09/17/2019 2:07pm

Two years after the acquittal of former St. Louis cop Jason Stockley, an officer deployed undercover during the ensuing protests is now suing the cops who beat him and hes accusing city leaders, including St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, of complicity in the cover-up. It is Krewson, in fact, whose behavior is highlighted most notably in the civil rights lawsuit filed Monday in federal court by Detective Luther Hall. On the night of September 17, 2017, shortly after Hall had been treated for his injuries sustained during a violent arrest, the lawsuit alleges, he shared an elevator ride with Krewson inside police headquarters.

Art in the Park Returns to St. Louis Hills on September 29
09/17/2019 1:29pm

Everyones favorite art fair in the city is headed back to Francis Park Nottingham Ave. and Childress Ave., 63109 in St. Louis Hills later this month. Art in the Park will host more than 80 mostly local artists who offer everything from jewelry, pottery, glass and textiles to mixed media, wood, sculpture, painting and photography. The free event runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday, September 29. In addition to all of the art, there will also be food from local restaurants. And this is a family event, so feel free to bring the kids.

Nudo House Plans to Open Delmar Loop Location on Friday, September 20
09/17/2019 1:20pm

If all goes to plan, Nudo House 6105 Delmar Boulevard owner Qui Tran says that the restaurantsnew Delmar Loop location will open on Friday, September 20. The location is the second for Nudo House,which debuted itsflagship at 11423 Olive Boulevard in Creve Coeur in July 2017.

At Doggie Mac's Food Truck by Chef B, Chef Bryan Scott Has Found His Bliss
09/17/2019 6:07am

Chef Bryan Scott remembers the moment he decided he needed to chuck it all out the window and quit his day job as a bank branch manager to launch his food truck: about a minute into his first day. I went to work for Bank of America as a branch manager, and on day one, I realized that I hated it and it was the worst decision Id ever made, Scott recalls. My first day was so bad, literally from beginning to end, just one thing after another.

The St Louis American
The St Louis American

2315 Pine St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 533-8000


West End Word
West End Word

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699


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