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11 pm news
St. Louis gay couples argue it is fundamental right to have their marriages recognized2014-09-29 23:30:00 STLToday.com
Clergy join peaceful but noisy protest in Ferguson2014-09-29 23:07:00 STLToday.com
Police investigating break-in at north St. Louis youth center2014-09-29 23:06:37 kmov.com
10 pm news
Tigers netwomen defeat Lancers2014-09-29 22:35:00 BND.com
The Belleville East Lancers entered their showdown with Edwardsville with a perfect 11-0 record and hoping to clinch a share of the Southwestern Conference regular season high school girls tennis…Read Full Story ...
Althoff earns fifth straight South Seven championship2014-09-29 22:29:00 BND.com
The Althoff Crusaders record-breaking fifth straight South Seven Conference title on Monday wasn't perfect. But it was close.Read Full Story ...
Ferguson business owner accused of pulling gun on protesters denies allegations2014-09-29 22:21:22 kmov.com
Boeing moving jobs to Oklahoma City, St. Louis2014-09-29 22:15:00 kmov.com
Pine Lawn mayor charged with extortion but has not resigned2014-09-29 22:15:00 kmov.com
9 pm news
Althoff QB bounces back; Wesclin's Goff has a quarter to remember2014-09-29 21:51:00 BND.com
A week after throwing three interceptions in a narrow South Seven Conference win over Mount Vernon, Althoff quarterback Jordan Augustine was nearly perfect a week later.Read Full Story ...
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8 pm news
Billy walks throughCamCardow@cagleblog.com (Cam Cardow)
Monday's high school sports scores2014-09-29 20:05:00 BND.com
Here are Monday's high school sports scores for area teams:Read Full Story ...
6 pm news
Misinformation, rumors spreading about Ferguson on social media2014-09-29 18:51:52 kmov.com
Man accused of threatening university students2014-09-29 18:50:00 BND.com
A Chicago man has been charged with making bomb and violence threats against students, faculty and staff of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.Read Full Story ...
Two men rob four women inside Time Out Bar in south St. Louis2014-09-29 18:42:00 STLToday.com
Two men rob four women inside bar in south St. Louis2014-09-29 18:42:00 STLToday.com
Ferguson officer had no time to activate camera during shooting2014-09-29 18:30:00 STLToday.com
Owner of Ferguson business allegedly pulls gun on protesters2014-09-29 18:29:26 kmov.com
ACLU challenging 'Five Second Rule' for Ferguson protesters in court2014-09-29 18:15:00 kmov.com
Ferguson protesters claim arrests are orchestrated to squelch dissent2014-09-29 18:15:00 STLToday.com
Ferguson protesters claim arrests were orchestrated to squelch dissent2014-09-29 18:15:00 STLToday.com
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Gunman robs St. Louis bank2014-09-29 18:00:00 STLToday.com
5 pm news
Chicago man is accused of threatening violence at SIUC2014-09-29 17:48:00 STLToday.com
Vashon hires interim principal amid controversy over predecessor?s departure2014-09-29 17:46:35 kmov.com
Dooley: I did not know about Devin James' criminal past2014-09-29 17:46:05 kmov.com
A look at city council pay in other US cities2014-09-29 17:44:00 BND.com
The Boston City Council is considering boosting its annual pay from $87,500 to $112,500. Here's a look at what councilors earn in other U.S. cities:Read Full Story ...
Taxi official charged in alleged title scheme2014-09-29 17:39:00 BND.com
An official at Chicago's largest taxi company has been charged in an alleged scheme to obtain clean titles for 180 wrecked and salvaged cars and put them back into service.Read Full Story ...
Drug case that won Ferguson Officer Wilson an award is now at risk2014-09-29 17:30:00 STLToday.com
Hillary's grandchildJimmyMargulies@cagleblog.com (Jimmy Margulies)
Normandy chiropractic clinic owner admits billing fraud2014-09-29 17:27:00 STLToday.com
After another shooting on I-70, drivers demand more patrols2014-09-29 17:22:19 kmov.com
Blunt: `Misinformation' driving some of the debate about police militarization2014-09-29 17:20:00 STLToday.com
Assistant coach admits sex with St. Louis area teen2014-09-29 17:17:00 STLToday.com
Police searching for man who robbed south St. Louis bank2014-09-29 17:14:28 kmov.com
Cards play at 5:37 Friday, 8:37 Saturday2014-09-29 17:10:00 STLToday.com
Wentzville man, 42, gets 120 days 'shock time' for possession of child porn2014-09-29 17:00:00 STLToday.com
4 pm news
Police identfy man found fatally shot in Wellston2014-09-29 16:59:00 STLToday.com
Answers about lingering delays at Chicago airports2014-09-29 16:55:00 BND.com
Traffic at Chicago's two busiest airports was slowly returning to more normal levels Monday, three days after a fire at a regional air traffic control center disrupted much of the…Read Full Story ...
Westport gets taco joint and relocated piano bar2014-09-29 16:44:00 STLToday.com
Westport gets Fuzzy's taco and relocated Jive & Wail2014-09-29 16:44:00 STLToday.com
Obama UN SpeechJeffDarcy@cagleblog.com (Jeff Darcy)
Priest charged in Detroit with child porn crimes2014-09-29 16:30:00 BND.com
A priest who taught chemistry years ago at a Detroit Catholic school has been charged with child pornography crimes.Read Full Story ...
Ferguson schedules more town hall meetings in aftermath of shooting2014-09-29 16:20:03 kmov.com
3 pm news
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California man pleads guilty in crash that killed Chesterfield man2014-09-29 15:55:00 STLToday.com
Indianapolis group bound for Ferguson, Missouri2014-09-29 15:49:00 BND.com
Leaders of an Indianapolis-based anti-crime group are heading to Missouri to meet with members of the faith community in Ferguson.Read Full Story ...
Rauner giving veers left and right2014-09-29 15:30:00 STLToday.com
Photo: Hula hooping during the St. Louis lunch hour2014-09-29 15:28:00 STLToday.com
East St. Louis names new assistant police chief2014-09-29 15:19:00 STLToday.com
ISIS and US intelDaveGranlund@cagleblog.com (Dave Granlund)
Judge: No public defender for ex-Dixon comptroller2014-09-29 15:14:00 BND.com
A federal judge has denied former Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell's request for a public defender as she fights to keep $90,000 in pension funds.Read Full Story ...
KC Bishop Finn under Vatican investigation2014-09-29 15:14:00 BND.com
The Vatican is investigating Bishop Robert Finn of Kansas City, Missouri, two years after he was convicted of failing to report suspected abuse.Read Full Story ...
Chiefs fans trying to break Seattle record2014-09-29 15:10:00 BND.com
While the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to beat New England in the Monday night football game, Seahawks fans are watching to see if Kansas City fans can beat Seattle…Read Full Story ...
Suspect in missing student case in Virginia linked to similar case in '092014-09-29 15:00:00 STLToday.com
2 pm news
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Who's No. 1? The latest BND high school football rankings2014-09-29 14:39:00 BND.com
Large-School Football Rankings (Class 5A-8A)Read Full Story ...
Uber premium sedan service poised to enter St. Louis market2014-09-29 14:30:00 STLToday.com
Empire Electric granted 13.5 percent rate increase2014-09-29 14:24:00 BND.com
A Missouri-based electric company has announced that the Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved a 13.5 percent rate increase for its Arkansas customers.Read Full Story ...
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Police probing Nevada house fire that killed 41 dogs2014-09-29 14:08:00 STLToday.com
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Hillary GrandmotherBobEnglehart@cagleblog.com (Bob Englehart)
Burwell Video: More good or bad with Mizzou?2014-09-29 14:00:00 STLToday.com
1 pm news
Drug case that won Darren Wilson an award at risk2014-09-29 13:43:00 STLToday.com
ACLU wants police banned from keeping Ferguson protesters moving2014-09-29 13:30:00 STLToday.com
GOP opposition to school funding bill irks Manar2014-09-29 13:25:00 BND.com
House Republicans are stepping into the fray to try to stymie a school-funding overhaul that would shift money to impoverished districts.Read Full Story ...
Grand jury gets 2nd case on Ferguson officer2014-09-29 13:23:52 kmov.com
Narendra Modi in USAPareshnath@cagleblog.com (Paresh nath)
Renovation work begins at Chicago's Wrigley Field2014-09-29 13:09:00 BND.com
Hard hats have replaced baseball caps at historic Wrigley Field as the Chicago Cubs prepare to start a massive renovation project.Read Full Story ...
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Suspect in Chicago-area FAA fire due in court2014-09-29 13:04:00 BND.com
A suburban Chicago man is to appear in federal court on charges he set fire to an air traffic control center, causing damage that brought Chicago's two international airports to…Read Full Story ...
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12 pm news
NFL offensive playsDaveGranlund@cagleblog.com (Dave Granlund)
Congress Runs From Capitol HillRJMatson@cagleblog.com (RJ Matson)
Boots on the GroundJohnDarkow@cagleblog.com (John Darkow)
Durbin, Oberweis debate background checks for guns2014-09-29 12:19:00 BND.com
Democratic U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis have staked out opposing positions on whether to require universal background checks for firearms purchases.Read Full Story ...
STAGES St. Louis announces 2015 season2014-09-29 12:05:00 theintelligencer.com
Pine Lawn mayor pleads not guilty2014-09-29 12:04:00 BND.com
The mayor of the St. Louis County town of Pine Lawn has pleaded not guilty to federal extortion charges.Read Full Story ...
St. Charles man, 38, kicked girlfriend, breaking multiple bones, police say2014-09-29 12:01:00 STLToday.com
7 shows for your radar this week (Sept. 29-Oct. 5)2014-09-29 12:00:00 STLToday.com
Law firm Armstrong Teasdale expanding with Denver office2014-09-29 12:00:00 STLToday.com
Why some of you aren't seeing comments on our stories2014-09-29 12:00:00 STLToday.com
11 am news
Heart attack victim finishes Quad Cities Marathon2014-09-29 11:54:00 BND.com
A 58-year-old Kansas man has completed the final seven miles of the Quad Cities Marathon after suffering from a heart attack at last year's event.Read Full Story ...
Global nightmareOlleJohansson@cagleblog.com (Olle Johansson)
St. Charles mayor allows New Town rezoning to go into effect2014-09-29 11:45:00 STLToday.com
Motorcyclist shot in St. Louis after arguing with driver who hit his cycle, police say2014-09-29 11:41:00 STLToday.com
Mizzou-Georgia kickoff time on hold2014-09-29 11:35:00 STLToday.com
Road salt supply low, demand high as winter looms2014-09-29 11:15:00 BND.com
The rewards for surviving last winter's punishing weather are tight supplies and drastic price increases for road salt across much of the U.S.Read Full Story ...
St. Patrick Center boss leaving at end of year2014-09-29 11:00:00 STLToday.com
10 am news
Second same-sex marriage case in Missouri has hearing in St. Louis today2014-09-29 10:59:00 STLToday.com
ISU reviewing this year's enrollment 'sweet spot'2014-09-29 10:45:00 BND.com
Illinois State University is questioning whether it actually hit its enrollment "sweet spot" this year.Read Full Story ...
Missouri Supreme Court to hear child abuse case2014-09-29 10:45:00 BND.com
The state's supreme court will hear arguments this week about whether a Springfield man is guilty of child abuse.Read Full Story ...
Pine Lawn mayor pleads not guilty to extortion charge2014-09-29 10:39:00 STLToday.com
Execution date set for Missouri inmate2014-09-29 10:35:30 kmov.com
Bernie: How the Cards got to October2014-09-29 10:35:00 STLToday.com
Future Farmers of America stronger than ever, as definition of `farming' expands2014-09-29 10:30:00 STLToday.com
Lincoln County man goes on trial for murder of girlfriend's mother2014-09-29 10:21:00 STLToday.com
Chelsea's baby girlDavidFitzsimmons@cagleblog.com (David Fitzsimmons)
9 am news
TreadmillSteveGreenberg@cagleblog.com (Steve Greenberg)
FAA chief orders review Chicago air traffic snarl2014-09-29 09:43:00 BND.com
The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing security practices and how it deals with unexpected incidents throughout its air traffic control facilities following last week's fire at a Chicago-area air traffic…Read Full Story ...
Illinois sending approvals to marijuana patients2014-09-29 09:30:00 BND.com
Officials say the first approval letters have been sent to Illinois patients who've applied to use medical marijuana legally.Read Full Story ...
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SIUE Celebrates School of Education, Health and Human Behavior2014-09-29 09:24:17 SIUE.edu
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville celebrated the School of Education, Health and Human Behavior at a reception in the School?s atrium Friday, Sept. 26. Prior to July 1, the School had simply been known as the School of Education.
?The name change is not simply cosmetic,? said Curt Lox, interim dean of the School. ?The new name more accurately reflects the breadth of our academic programs and the research fields in which our faculty are engaged.?
?Nearly 1,300 undergraduate students and more than 500 graduate students are currently being served by the School?s academic programs,? said Parviz Ansari, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. ?The school is home to a diverse array of programs and the name change will better reflect a School that houses curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, kinesiology and health education, psychology, special education and communication disorders, and the many programs that fall under these departments.?
Lox went on to discuss fundraising initiatives, one of which is the need for research travel funding for undergraduate students.
?We are currently experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of students, especially at the undergraduate level, involved in all aspects of the research process,? Lox said. ?However, funding to send these young scholars to disseminate the results of their research at local, regional and national conferences is severely lacking. These conferences are critical for young professionals as they provide tremendous learning and networking experiences that cannot be replicated elsewhere.?
To learn more about supporting the School, visit here.
Photo (upper right): Curt Lox, interim dean of the SIUE School of Education, Health and Human Behavior.
Photo (left): Parviz Ansari, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.Read Full Story ...
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New FruitsYaakovKirschen@cagleblog.com (Yaakov Kirschen)
Nov. 19 execution date set for Missouri inmate2014-09-29 09:20:00 BND.com
The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for a man convicted of killing a gas station attendant in Independence.Read Full Story ...
A Storm BrewingYaakovKirschen@cagleblog.com (Yaakov Kirschen)
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Discover the Gardens Day at SIUE2014-09-29 09:15:55 SIUE.edu
SIUE’s 2014 Discover the Gardens Day will be held October 12 from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in The Gardens at SIUE. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Tree Top pedestrian bridge will jump start the event. The new bridge connects the brand new ecologically-friendly parking lot to The Gardens attractions. This event is open to the university community, students and the general public. Complimentary refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon while supplies last.
Guests of the event will be greeted by members of several student organizations, including the SIUE Natural Connections organization, which promotes homegrown sustainability in the family garden. Master Gardeners will explain plantings and features, such as the new Monarch Way Butterfly Garden and Prairie Portal, while art students are available to assist with pumpkin decorating and face painting for children. Volunteers will be on hand to help aspiring young naturalists make ecologically friendly bird feeders. The SIUE Pep Band and Steel Drum Band will provide musical entertainment during the event.
For more information, call (618) 650-3070 or visit siue.edu/gardens.
The Gardens at SIUE comprises existing woodlands, a pond, grasslands and an arboretum on a lush and rolling 35-acre site. The Gardens is a living laboratory dedicated to supporting the educational and research mission of the University. Environmental sustainability, conservation and stewardship are cornerstones of The Gardens? vision, providing a unique opportunity to research, implement and demonstrate innovative green technologies. Gardens, facilities and amenities feature renewable, recycled and sustainability-produced materials.Read Full Story ...
Breakfast with Bernie: Cardinals will be NLDS underdogs2014-09-29 09:15:00 STLToday.com
8 am news
Illinois police urge drivers to be wary of deer2014-09-29 08:54:00 BND.com
The Illinois State Police is warning drivers to be aware of deer this fall, especially in rural parts of the state.Read Full Story ...
Man killed after tire flies through windshield2014-09-29 08:50:00 BND.com
A passenger in a car was killed after a tire flew off an oncoming vehicle and through the windshield of the victim's car on the interstate in Dane County.Read Full Story ...
Carthage concerned about hospital changes2014-09-29 08:50:00 BND.com
Some Carthage residents are concerned about changes in the city-owned hospital since it was leased to Mercy Health System.Read Full Story ...
Getting a kick out of Roger GoodellTaylorJones@cagleblog.com (Taylor Jones)
Missouri sets November execution date for Jackson County murderer2014-09-29 08:36:00 STLToday.com
140 pounds of marijuana found during stop2014-09-29 08:25:00 BND.com
A Boston woman is facing charges after police allegedly found 140 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop in northeast Missouri.Read Full Story ...
Siemens Donates Hardware and Software to SIUE School of Engineering2014-09-29 08:00:17 SIUE.edu
The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Engineering received $10,000 worth of donated materials through the Siemens Cooperates with Education (SCE) Program. The donation includes 12 sets of SIMATIC S7-1214C programmable logic controllers (PLC), STEP Basic V13 software packages, KTP700 7? color HMI operator panels, compact switches, ethernet cables, simulator modules, cables and peripherals.
PLC, a type of industrial digital computer, is the key resource used for automation of typical industrial electromechanical processes. It is used for almost every automation device from household appliances to NASA space mission simulators.
?We truly appreciate this donation from Siemens, because we can now teach students with the most advanced automation devices, which will significantly promote SIUE students? competitiveness,? said Dr. Sohyung Cho, associate professor of industrial and mechanical engineering. ?Graduate students and faculty can also use these resources for their own research.?
Siemens industrial manufacturing software, process automation, and automation and drives technology increases flexibility, cuts market launch lead time, and significantly reduces energy or wastewater costs for manufacturing companies. The result is increased sustainability for customers, while driving competitive strengths.
Siemens has a long-standing tradition of close ties between industry and education. SEC is the organization?s customized offering for public education research, development and training centers worldwide.
Photo: Dr. Sohyung Cho, associate professor of industrial and mechanical engineering in the SIUE School of Engineering.Read Full Story ...
7 am news
Muslim inmate sues southwest Missouri jail over Quran, prayer rug2014-09-29 07:30:00 STLToday.com
8 arrested in Ferguson protest2014-09-29 07:24:00 BND.com
Eight more people have been arrested following another night of protests in Ferguson.Read Full Story ...
Police: Road rage blamed in St. Louis shooting2014-09-29 07:20:00 BND.com
St. Louis police say road rage is to blame for the shooting of a man on a motorcycle.Read Full Story ...
Muslim inmate sues Greene County jail2014-09-29 07:05:00 BND.com
Another Muslim inmate is suing the Greene County jail, alleging that jailers violated his civil rights by denying him a Quran and a prayer rug and refusing to let him…Read Full Story ...
SIUE School of Nursing Develops Historic Partnership with SSM Health Care2014-09-29 07:00:51 SIUE.edu
SSM Health Care nurses will soon be able to advance their education in the comfort of their own homes, thanks to a new partnership with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
The SIUE School of Nursing will offer an online, accelerated RN to BS in nursing degree to all SSM Health Care nurses beginning January 2015. The online program?comprised entirely of SSM nurses from Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin and Oklahoma?is the first of its kind for the health system. SSM Health Care chief nurse executives selected the SIUE School of Nursing over 38 other higher education institutions in the U.S.
?We are excited to work with SSM Health Care to offer an online, accelerated RN to BS in nursing degree,? said Dr. Roberta Harrison, assistant dean for undergraduate and alternative programs and associate professor of nursing at SIUE. ?This is a great opportunity to combine a world-class health care system with our progressive and innovative nursing program to impact health care in a positive way.?
Dr. Laura Bernaix, interim dean of the SIUE School of Nursing, said the program was designed for nurses working in the industry. ?Our new program offers the working RN a contemporary, easily accessible and affordable format for obtaining their baccalaureate degree in nursing,? said Bernaix. ?Unique to its design is the technical and instructional support that is available to meet the individual needs of each student.?
SSM Health Care employs approximately 30,000 individuals in four states caring for patients in a variety of settings including 19 hospitals, physician offices, a pharmacy benefit company, an insurance company, nursing homes, home care, hospice, telehealth and a technology company. In addition, the system has affiliations with dozens of rural hospitals.
?At SSM Health Care, we are focused on providing patients the highest-quality care along with an exceptional patient experience,? said Amber Wood, system director of clinical education for SSM Health Care. ?We are fortunate to have incredibly talented, compassionate nurses play an important role in that patient experience. We are excited to partner with SIUE?s high-quality School of Nursing to offer this opportunity to help our nurses advance their education and grow even stronger in their profession.?
View additional information about the partnership between the SIUE School of Nursing and SSM Health Care.Read Full Story ...
6 am news
Sheriff: Pilot dies in Illinois small plane crash2014-09-29 06:59:00 BND.com
Kendall County authorities say a pilot has died after a small plane crashed in a suburb southwest of Chicago.Read Full Story ...
2 dead in Kansas City-area house fire2014-09-29 06:34:00 BND.com
Fire officials say an adult and an infant died in a fire in a Kansas City suburb.Read Full Story ...
Smash-and-grab burglars only get candy from St. Louis store2014-09-29 06:33:00 STLToday.com
Two buyers acquiring Lumara Health assets for $757 million2014-09-29 06:23:00 STLToday.com
Missouri turkey population rebounding2014-09-29 06:00:00 STLToday.com
5 am news
2 armed men barge into south city sports bar, steal cash, purses2014-09-29 05:38:52 kmov.com
Ferguson demands high fees to turn over city files2014-09-29 05:31:03 kmov.com
4 am news
Missouri men arrested in apartment shooting2014-09-29 04:49:00 BND.com
Columbia police say they've arrested two 19-year-old men in connection to a shooting of a woman at a student apartment complex near the University of Missouri.Read Full Story ...
Springfield man gets 9 years in heroin death case2014-09-29 04:14:00 BND.com
A Springfield man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for supplying the heroin that caused another man's overdose death.Read Full Story ...
Illinois woman charged with threatening officials2014-09-29 04:09:00 BND.com
A suburban Chicago woman has been charged with threatening public officials after authorities say she plotted to have two town officials killed.Read Full Story ...
Knox College nears end of $16 million renovation2014-09-29 04:09:00 BND.com
Knox College in Galesburg is completing a $16 million renovation project on its alumni building from 1889.Read Full Story ...
Illinois woman pleads guilty to $50,000 fraud2014-09-29 04:09:00 BND.com
A former fire department office manager in central Illinois has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $50,000 from the district.Read Full Story ...
Illinois road reopens after gasoline spill2014-09-29 04:09:00 BND.com
A southwestern Illinois road has reopened after a fuel truck overturned and spilled 2,800 gallons of gasoline.Read Full Story ...
Chicago man charged in 3 deaths in early 2000s2014-09-29 04:04:00 BND.com
Cook County authorities have charged a Chicago man who they say killed three people in the early 2000s.Read Full Story ...
EXCHANGE: Library's card catalogs hold seeds2014-09-29 04:04:00 BND.com
Advancing technology has virtually eliminated the need for card catalogs and left libraries wondering what to do with their once widely used filing systems.Read Full Story ...
St. Louis challenge to gay marriage ban in court2014-09-29 04:04:00 BND.com
A legal challenge to Missouri's gay marriage ban by the city of St. Louis is due back in court Monday.Read Full Story ...
New group to talk Missouri energy plan2014-09-29 04:04:00 BND.com
A group of business and energy leaders will start work next week to help improve Missouri's energy policies.Read Full Story ...
3 am news
Chicago parks to get $2.4M in state money2014-09-29 03:05:00 BND.com
The Chicago Park District will receive $2.4 million in state money to improve five parks.Read Full Story ...
Springfield officials ask: Too many schools?2014-09-29 03:05:00 BND.com
Springfield public school officials are questioning whether they have too many schools.Read Full Story ...
Trial set for man accused of lobbying for Zimbabwe2014-09-29 03:05:00 BND.com
The trial of a Chicago man accused of illegally lobbying U.S. lawmakers to lift sanctions against leaders in Zimbabwe it set to get underway.Read Full Story ...
2 am news
1 am news
NO SURPRISE: Cards rule NL Central2014-09-29 01:30:00 STLToday.com
12 am news
Ram Bytes: Has Fisher come to his senses?2014-09-29 00:35:00 STLToday.com
Cards likely to play early Friday evening2014-09-29 00:30:00 STLToday.com
A handful of protesters arrested Sunday night2014-09-29 00:19:00 STLToday.com
Noisy but calm Ferguson protests lead to handful of arrests2014-09-29 00:19:00 STLToday.com
Mr. McClellan wrestles with newspaper style2014-09-29 00:15:00 STLToday.com
It's `Beltway Bill' vs. `Meltdown Mike' in spirited Illinois congressional race2014-09-29 00:15:00 STLToday.com
Blues' shrinking roster includes two rookies2014-09-29 00:10:00 STLToday.com
Parents, health officials search for answers about sick kids2014-09-29 00:00:00 STLToday.com
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