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Nationals take 2-0 NLCS lead over Cardinals as Scherzer takes no-hitter into 7th

Nationals take 2-0 NLCS lead over Cardinals as Scherzer takes no-hitter into 7th

Max Scherzer followed Aníbal Sánchez's near no-hitter with a try of his own and the stingy Washington Nationals beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 on Saturday for a 2-0 lead in the NL Championship
The Neighborhood: Cedric the Entertainer and That Time He Experienced His Own Neighbor Drama

The Neighborhood: Cedric the Entertainer and That Time He Experienced His Own Neighbor Drama

Cedric the Entertainer, one of the “Original Kings of Comedy,” is still living up to his name. Read more...
Video: The man who didn’t care

Video: The man who didn’t care

“Dude has no f–ks left.” The post Video: The man who didn’t care appeared first on Hot Air.
It’s Been a Deadly Summer for Black Children in St. Louis. State Lawmakers Are Poised to Do Absolutely Nothing

It’s Been a Deadly Summer for Black Children in St. Louis. State Lawmakers Are Poised to Do Absolutely Nothing

A horrific string of unsolved shootings killing children in St. Louis has local police offering up to $100,000 for help in finding suspects. But even as gun violence has claimed the lives of 13
Late Charge: Judge Says Prosecutors’ Demand to Free ‘Innocent’ Man Jailed for Murder Comes 24 Years Too Late

Late Charge: Judge Says Prosecutors’ Demand to Free ‘Innocent’ Man Jailed for Murder Comes 24 Years Too Late

Despite overwhelming evidence by prosecutors that a man sitting in a Missouri prison was wrongfully convicted of murder, a judge has denied a bid for a new trial saying, essentially, that the request
Report: MLS Will Expand To St. Louis, Might Not Completely Fleece The City For A Stadium

Report: MLS Will Expand To St. Louis, Might Not Completely Fleece The City For A Stadium

Congratulations, St. Louis! According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the city has successfully thrown enough money around and greased the right wheels to win economic promotion to MLS!Read more...
Mike Brown’s Death Changed the World, but Local Activists Say It Hasn’t Changed Ferguson

Mike Brown’s Death Changed the World, but Local Activists Say It Hasn’t Changed Ferguson

Today marks five years since Darren Wilson gunned down 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown was far from the only black man to die at the hands of the police that year; other

For the next month, the Impossible Whopper will be available at Burger Kings across the country

Starting in one week, the Impossible Foods plant-based Impossible Burger will be available at Burger King restaurants across the country. The world’s second largest fast food chain is rolling out the
How to Eat Your Way Through the Backwoods of the Ozarks

How to Eat Your Way Through the Backwoods of the Ozarks

Rob Connoley's food highlights the edible bounties of an overlooked region, from sassafras and acorns to cattails and chanterelles.
A Police Union Is Telling Cops to Use the Punisher's Logo Amid an Investigation Into Racist Social Media Posts

A Police Union Is Telling Cops to Use the Punisher's Logo Amid an Investigation Into Racist Social Media Posts

Earlier this year, a group of St. Louis police officers were put on administrative leave after their racist social media posts were resurfaced, prompting the police department to launch an
A Police Union Is Telling Cops to Use the Punisher's Logo Amid an Investigation Into Racist Social Media Posts

A Police Union Is Telling Cops to Use the Punisher's Logo Amid an Investigation Into Racist Social Media Posts

Earlier this year, a group of St. Louis police officers were put on administrative leave after their racist social media posts were resurfaced, prompting the police department to launch an
How Police Are Dealing With Officers Spewing Hate Online

How Police Are Dealing With Officers Spewing Hate Online

Hundreds of officers are being scrutinized for racist and homophobic Facebook posts.
Missouri’s Last-Remaining Abortion Clinic Can Stay Open for Now—but the State Has Yanked Its License

Missouri’s Last-Remaining Abortion Clinic Can Stay Open for Now—but the State Has Yanked Its License

Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, which happens to be the only abortion provider left in the state of Missouri, can keep providing the service for now, but Missouri officially yanked its license
72 Police Officers in Philly Just Got Put on Desk Duty for Writing Violent and Racist Facebook Posts

72 Police Officers in Philly Just Got Put on Desk Duty for Writing Violent and Racist Facebook Posts

“We are equally as disgusted by many of the posts that you saw and in many cases, the rest of the nation saw."

Man charged in threat to kill gays at St. Louis Pride parade

A suburban St. Louis man is accused of threatening to shoot and kill "every gay person" and himself at the city's Pride parade.

Man charged in threat to kill all gays at St. Louis Pride

A suburban St. Louis man is accused of threatening to shoot and kill "every gay person" and himself at the city's Pride parade.
A 'Ghost Galaxy' May Have Given the Milky Way Its Signature Swirl

A 'Ghost Galaxy' May Have Given the Milky Way Its Signature Swirl

The Milky Way's edge is still wobbling due to a collision with a dwarf galaxy loaded with dark matter.
‘Appalled’ and ‘Disappointed’: Federal Judge Tells St. Louis to Stop Dragging Feet on Cash Bail Order

‘Appalled’ and ‘Disappointed’: Federal Judge Tells St. Louis to Stop Dragging Feet on Cash Bail Order

The city of St. Louis can no longer hold people in jail simply because they’re too poor to pay bail, a federal judge ruled last week. The decision was celebrated by the city’s civil rights advocates,
St. Louis Blues Fans Yelled, Did Cartwheels, And Lost A Wedding Ring After Their First Stanley Cup Victory

St. Louis Blues Fans Yelled, Did Cartwheels, And Lost A Wedding Ring After Their First Stanley Cup Victory

After the St. Louis Blues won their first Stanley Cup on Wednesday night, fans celebrated on streets and in bars until the wee hours of the morning. The local news caught up with some of the yelling,
Wounded 5-year-old is 6th child shot in St. Louis in a week

Wounded 5-year-old is 6th child shot in St. Louis in a week

Violence in St. Louis has taken an even more disturbing turn in the past week with shootings involving six children, including four who died.