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Stan Musial was remembered during a funeral and memorial outside Busch Stadium on Saturday as a Hall of Famer and a St. Louis icon embraced by generations of fans who never had the privilege of watching him play. Broadcaster Bob Costas, his voice
More News January 25 Staff and wire reports Missourians regularly grumble about both their roads and taxes. So a push to raise Missouri's sales taxes by a penny to pay for widening Interstate 70 and fixing much of the state's highway system has drawn
A man who told police he's homeless is accused of robbing someone who tried to help him, then fleeing in a stolen car. St. Charles County prosecutors have charged 25-year-old Joshua Frillman with robbery and tampering with a motor vehicle.
A man in Missouri faces assault charges for allegedly drawing a weapon outside a barber shop and shooting at another customer after an argument about the Sandy Hook massacre. The incident comes as Washington DC remains locked in an emotive debate
An eastern Missouri man is jailed after allegedly becoming agitated during a barber shop discussion of the Newtown, Conn., shooting and allegedly shooting in the direction of a patron.Assault, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a
Kari Monsees has been named the next superintendent of the Raymore-Peculiar School District, officials announced Wednesday.Monsees, who is chief financial officer and assistant superintendent in Wentzville, Mo., will assume the post on July 1
An eastern Missouri man is in jail on burglary and theft charges, and police say his peculiar gait gave him away.The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 21-year-old David Moore of Wentzville is accused of breaking into Nu Way Concrete Forms
Division I-AA Andy Manis/Associated Press Wisconsin running back Montee Ball escaping from Minnesota defensive back Cedric Thompson in a Big Ten game last month. Andy Manis/Associated Press Wisconsin's Montee Ball (28) after scoring in the Badgers'
Mo. (AP) Authorities in the eastern Missouri town of Wentzville are investigating a rash of downtown business burglaries...Police say it was the fourth break-in in the downtown area this month. A bike store, a Western Auto and a lumber store were hit
Gov. Jay Nixon and Republican challenger Dave Spence sharply disagree on how Missouri has fared over the last four years.Nixon, a Democrat, points out that since his first year in office the state's unemployment rate has been below the