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'Granny who stole Christmas' caught on camera

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis County police arrested a thief who was caught on camera stealing packages from a front porch in south county. The victim referred to her as "the Granny Who Stole Christmas." Well, she tried to....Show More Summary

Did the St. Louis Cardinals Overpay Dexter Fowler?

The St. Louis Cardinals overpaid Dexter Fowler, but did they do so enough to make it a bad contract?

BOA HUDZ Approves SLU Urban Renewal, Pevely Fate Sealed

Wednesday St. Louis Public Radio's Maria Altman was live tweeting from the St. Louis Board of Alderman HUDZ committee where St. Louis University's proposed Midtown urban renewal program which covers nearly 400 acres surrounding the SLU Medical Center passed with a 5-1 vote. Show More Summary

Dexter Fowler to Cardinals: Takeaways from Star's Introductory Press Conference

After signing a free-agent deal with the St. Louis Cardinals, outfielder Dexter Fowler commented on the decision during his introductory press conference Friday. Fowler left the Chicago Cubs for the rival Cards, and according to Ken Rosenthal of, he inked a five-year, $82.5 million contract. Derrick Goold of the St. Show More Summary

Labor Secretary Pick Is Fourth Top Trump Figure Who's Been Accused of Assaulting Women

Shortly after Thursday's announcement that Donald Trump would nominate Carl's Jr./Hardee's CEO Andy Puzder to lead the Labor Department, St. Louis' Riverfront Times noted that Puzder's now-ex-wife Lisa Henning had accused him, in a 1980s divorce filing, of physically abusing her on two occasions. Show More Summary

Dexter Fowler will be the first Cardinal to wear No. 25 since Mark McGwire

Just one more reminder that Big Mac is unlikely to be remembered the way he should. Maybe only ‘90s kids will remember, but Mark McGwire used to be a big deal in St. Louis. The Cardinals traded for him in 1997, reuniting former A’s manager...Show More Summary

FAKE NEWSKI: Census Bureau, IRS, And St. Louis Fed Added To Washington Post’s List Of “Russian Propa…

FAKE NEWSKI: Census Bureau, IRS, And St. Louis Fed Added To Washington Post’s List Of “Russian Propaganda” Websites.

U.S. Census Bureau, I.R.S. and St. Louis Federal Reserve Added to Washington Post’s list of "Russian Propaganda" Websites

In case you missed it, The Washington Post's criminally careless publishing of "fake news" about purported "Russian propaganda" created a backlash--and the Post's attorney-approved bleating to sidestep responsibility for publishing "fake news" failed to calm the waters. The post U.S. Show More Summary

Census Bureau, IRS, And St. Louis Fed Added To Washington Post's List Of "Russian Propaganda" Websites

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Sorry, U.S. Census Bureau, I.R.S. and St. Louis Federal Reserve - you're issuing "Russian propaganda" according to The Washington Post's shoddy "fake news" methodology. In case you...Show More Summary

St. Louis Board of Aldermen: New Board Bills 12/9/2016

The following four Board Bills will be introduced at today’s meeting of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, review the agenda here. B.B.#204 – Vollmer – An ordinance approving a Redevelopment Plan for 5006-5030 Daggett. B.B.#205 – Coatar – An ordinance entitled “Building Energy Awareness”; the purpose of this ordinance is to establish an energy benchmarking...

This day in baseball history: A coup for the Cardinals

(Paul Mirengoff) On December 8, 1967, the St. Louis Cardinals obtained home run king Roger Maris from the New York Yankees in exchange for Charlie Smith. The trade completed a nifty two-step. First, as discussed here, St. Louis acquired Orlando Cepeda to fill the void (and then some) that Bill White had left at first base. Show More Summary

Dexter Fowler to Cardinals: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Outfielder Dexter Fowler agreed to sign with the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday and will be introduced at a press conference Friday, according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale. FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman speculated Fowler's deal couldShow More Summary

Dexter Fowler's Defection Gives Cardinals a Fighting Chance Against Rival Cubs

The St. Louis Cardinals have the unenviable task of catching up to the Chicago Cubs. It's a mission that will take all their cunning. Their latest idea: deny the enemy and enrich themselves in one fell swoop. It's not officially official, but the news circulating Thursday night is that Dexter Fowler is defecting from the Cubs to the Cardinals. Show More Summary

Dexter Fowler reportedly signs with Cardinals

Center fielder had a.393 OBP with the Cubs in 2016 The a St. Louis Cardinals found themselves a center fielder on the open market, coming to terms with Dexter Fowler on a multi-year contract, per Bob Nightengale of USA Today and JonShow More Summary

More Wacky Locker Room Hi-Jinx In Trump Administration-Elect

This seems overdetermined: Andrew Puzder, the St. Louis attorney who rose to become CEO of Carl’s Jr. and now stands as Donald Trump’s pick to be Secretary of Labor, was accused of abuse by his first wife in the 1980s — with police twice summoned to the couple’s home. The allegations were first aired in […]

Lee scores 2 to lift Islanders to 3-2 win over Blues

20 hours agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Anders Lee's second goal of the game with just over seven minutes remaining lifted the New York Islanders to a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night        

Jeff Fisher's comments about GM Les Snead highlight Rams' internal dysfunction

Chicken-or-the-egg question to mull: Have the (formerly St. Louis) Los Angeles Rams always been this dramatic, or did the move to L.A. just highlight all the issues with this organization? We’re leaning toward the latter. Sure, incidents such as the Eric Dickerson vs. Show More Summary

Labor pick accused of domestic abuse

Trump’s choice to head the Labor Department, Andrew Puzder, is accused of domestic violence against an ex-wife. The Riverfront Times, a small weekly newspaper and online publication based in St. Louis, MO, brought the matters back to the forefront on Thursday after Puzder’s nomination was announced. The allegations first became public during Puzder’s divorce in [...]

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