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2 hrs ago | Springfield News-Leader
ST. LOUIS -- Two people are being treated for minor injuries in St. Louis after the car they were in slammed into a parked sport utility vehicle, causing the SUV to ram into a house.
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5 hrs ago | River Front Times
In case you haven't heard, people are pretty upset about Taste of St. Louis moving to Chesterfield this fall.
6 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis
The Missouri Department of Transportation is closing a section of Interstate 64 in St. Louis for the weekend to tear down bridges as part of a project to construct a new interchange.
9 hrs ago | River Front Times
St. Louis is still one of the only major U.S. cities without a legally sanctioned skateboarding park, but an entrepreneurial group of skateboarders is days away from changing all that.
A St. Louis riverfront statue of explorers Lewis and Clark is getting a new home that its creator hopes will mean less time underwater for the Mississippi River tribute.
New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre, " continues its 23rd season of adult, alternative musicaltheatre with an all-new, re-imagined production of the Pulitzer Prize winning contemporary classic, the iconic rock opera RENT, running tonight, March 6-29, 2014.
Theatrical licensor Music Theatre International has secured worldwide licensing rights to one of Broadway's biggest hits, Billy Elliot THE MUSICAL.
The Krewe of Orpheus rolls in New Orleans, led by celebrity monarch Quentin Tarantino reigning over the 32-float parade on Lundi Gras, Monday.
An interconnected web of sensors and electrodes has been developed by scientists that can monitor someone's heart around the clock, as well as deliver tiny electrical impulses to ensure it keeps beating properly.
A parade will be held tonight in downtown St. Louis to celebrate Fat Tuesday, the culmination of Mardi Gras festivities.
A new and comprehensive comparison of health insurance options offered by Obamacare versus private websites finds that President ObamaA s program offers less choice and higher prices than promised by the White House and leading Democrats.
There was a fundraiser at the Off-Broadway music club in South St. Louis over the weekend to help replace the van.
Nicholas Kapusniak, a 20-year-old pharmacy student living in St. Louis, was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting early Saturday morning in the Fox Park neighborhood.
Nuns, from every order, including the Sisters of St. Joseph Carondelet in St. Louis, are at the Ignite National Sex Trafficking conference this week.