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Protests return to Missouri after black teen slain by police

Saint Louis - Hundreds of angry demonstrators took to the streets of another St. Louis suburb Tuesday to protest the slaying of a black teen by a white police officer.

St. Louis teens beat Bosnian immigrant to death with hammers

Saint Louis - A group of four hammer-wielding teens brutally beat a Bosnian immigrant to death in front of his horrified wife following a confrontation in South St. Louis early Sunday morning.

Rookie Cardinals outfielder dies in car accident

San Francisco - St. Louis Cardinals rookie outfielder Oscar Taveras, who hit a dramatic home run two weeks ago in the National League playoffs, was killed Monday in a car crash in the Dominican Republic.

Racial tensions in St. Louis after white cop kills black boy

St Louis - The U.S. city of St. Louis is bracing for fresh protests following the alleged killing of an 18-year-old African American boy, Vonderrit D. Meyers, by a white police officer on duty.

Op-Ed: Suicide by cop has increased as officers turn to short hair

Ferguson - Some would argue it started with people like Socrates, asking the state to kill them. Some believe the desire for vengeance after Sept. 11 made it inevitable cops would not have to be asked to kill.

Op-Ed: Meaningless marijuana test in St. Louis racial violence

Ferguson - Authorities in St. Louis are getting publicity for a report that the 18-year-old black killed by a white cop had marijuana in his system. Once a claim becomes a “scoop,” the rules of fact checking do not apply.

Op-Ed: Missouri national guard sent into St. Louis area

Ferguson - The Missouri national guard was sent into the St. Louis area after reports that a private autopsy revealed a white cop shot a black teen six times. The New York Times got a report of the autopsy.

Review: The Feed drops sophomore album Outsider

The Feed released their sophomore album 'Outsider' last Tuesday and “Holy 1960’s-70’s Batman." It brings back elements of the past without being regressive.

400 men walk in heels to raise women's rights awareness

Saint Louis - There's an old adage that to know someone, you must first walk a mile in her shoes. Thursday night, nearly 400 St. Louis men did exactly that, donning high heel pumps and marching in protest of sexual assault and violence against women.

McDonald's launches seasoned french fries

Stockton - A McDonald's restaurant in Northern California was selected as one of the first locations in the world to sell the fast-food chain's newest offering -- seasoned french fries.

Leafs without a clue to stop the Blues in sixth consecutive loss Special

Toronto - The return of Jonathan Bernier failed to spark the play of the Maple leafs as the ship continues to sink in Toronto. Meanwhile, the rest of the Division continues to climb in the standings.

Red Sox take out newspaper ad thanking St. Louis

Boston - The Boston Red Sox placed a full-page ad in Tuesday's St. Louis Post-Dispatch, thanking the city for its hospitality during the World Series. It also honored the St. Louis Cardinals, the team it beat in the Series and its fans.

St. Louis blacks 18x more likely to be arrested for marijuana

Saint Louis - In St. Louis, black people are 18 times more likely to be arrested than whites for the crime of marijuana possession, according to a new report from the American Civil Liberties Union.

MLB: Carlos Beltran signs 2-year, $26 million deal

Free agent outfielder Carlos Beltran, formerly of the Royals, Astros, Mets, and Giants, has signed a deal with the St. Louis Cardinals.

World Series game postponed to Thursday due to St. Louis weather

The sixth game of the World Series has been postponed due to heavy rain in the St. Louis area. The game, scheduled for tonight, will take place at Busch Stadium on Thursday night.

Rapper Lil Wayne given nine stitches after skateboarding accident

After visiting a skateboard park in St. Louis, Missouri last night, rapper Lil Wayne required nine stitches to close a wound above his left eye.

Tornado hits St Louis airport

CNN is reporting that a tornado has touched down at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Injuries have been reported as the airport closed down after being hit by the storm.

Update: Baby Joseph airlifted to St. Louis

London - Suffering from a terminal neurodegenerative disease, 13-month-old Baby Joseph has been transferred from the London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) in London, Ontario to the faith-based Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.

East St. Louis man finds his home demolished

Man Comes Home to Find that the City Has Demolished His House

St. Louis Ranked Most Dangerous US City

Just days after the St. Louis Cardinals won the top honor in Major League Baseball, their hometown jumped to first place on a list no one wants to lead: the most dangerous cities in the United States

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