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Michael Brown Sr. receives a hug from Tayon Roper, a resident of Ferguson, Mo., after Monday's press conference announcing a planned protest to briefly shut down highways in the St. Louis area Monday had been postponed. "I was letting him know that I've been here since day one and will conti…
FERGUSON, Mo. | Lawyers for Michael Brown's family appealed for calm despite the release of store video that appears to show Brown taking cigars and shoving an employee.
Rams defensive end Michael Sam, left, and offensive lineman Greg Robinson practice during the first day of training camp for rookies on Tuesday at Rams Park in Earth City, Mo.
I am an American soldier.
St. Louis Blues center David Backes is tended to by trainer Ray Barile after taking a hit from Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook in the third period during Saturday's Game 2 in St. Louis. Seabrook was assessed a game misconduct penalty for the play and the Blues scored the tying goal on t…
St. Louis Blues left wing Chris Porter reacts after teammate Barret Jackman scored the game-winning goal in overtime past Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford during Game 2 of a first-round NHL playoff series on Saturday.
Blues left wing Alexander Steen scores the game-winning goal past Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford in triple overtime during Game 1 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff game Thursday. At 100 minutes and 36 seconds, it was the longest game in Blues history.
Blues left wing Alexander Steen reacts after scoring the game-winning goal past Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford in triple overtime during Game 1 of a first-round Stanley Cup playoff game Thursday. At 100 minutes and 36 seconds, it was the longest game in Blues history.
Just a few days ago, Blues captain David Backes was wearing a walking boot. In Thursday’s thrilling 4-3 triple-overtime victory over Chicago in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs, Backes saw 33 minutes, 33 seconds of ice time.
While T.J. Oshie said he feeling was “pretty good” after skating on Tuesday, he insisted his availability for Game 1 of the Blues-Blackhawks series was based on how his body responded Wednesday.
The Blues and Blackhawks have orchestrated many memorable battles over the past dozen years, but the matchups were missing something.
The much-anticipated first-round playoff series between the Blues and the Blackhawks is now just two days away and it sounds as if the Blues are getting healthy just in time.
Illinois guard Rayvonte Rice gestures after making a shot during the first half of a game earlier this month against Missouri. Illinois won 65-64.
The Mount Carmel defense, led by Christian Searles, middle, and Sam Connolly, right, close in on Edwardsville Craig James during a Class 7A semifinal game. The Caravan has allowed seven points in their last two games.
St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn, left, forces then recovers a fumble by Bears quarterback Josh McCown, as Jermon Bushrod, right, slips. After recovering the ball, Quinn ran for a 31-yard touchdown during the second half of Sunday's game.
Rams defensive end Robert Quinn beats Bears offensive tackle Jermon Bushrod for a sack on Bears quarterback Josh McCown. Quinn forces a fumble and returned it for a fourth-quarter touchdown.
Fontez Davis (5) of Edwardsville splits Mount Carmel defenders Marquise Peggs (left) and Howard Griffith II during Saturday's Class 7A state semifinal in Edwradsville. Mount Carmel won, 34-7.
EDWARDSVILLE | Mount Carmel probably could have let Edwardsville know it was going to run the ball on every play and it still wouldn't have mattered.
Sean Sandifer (30) of Edwardsville wraps up Mount Carmel's Matt Domer in Saturday's Class 7A semifinal in Edwardsville. Domer scored three touchdowns as Mount Carmel defeated Edwardsville, 34-7.
Craig James (1) of Edwardsville looks for a few extra yards while evading Christian Searles (5) of Mount Carmel. Mount Carmel defeated Edwardsville, 34-7, in the Class 7A semifinal game in Edwardsville on Saturday.
Lee Enterprises, the parent company of The Times Media Co., reported a third-quarter profit as digital advertising grew and cost reductions continued at the newspaper publisher.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Daniel Descalso dives after a ball hit Cubs' Alfonso Soriano in the fourth inning Wednesday at Busch Stadium.
WASHINGTON | Last year U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., used a harness learning to walk again after a stroke that threatened not just his career but his life.
ST. LOUIS | Former Gary lawyer Jerry "Angel" Peteet was sentenced in federal court to 23 years in prison on racketeering conspiracy charges for his involvement in a motorcycle gang.
ST. LOUIS | A former Gary attorney was convicted of attempted murder and conspiracy in connection with his role in what federal prosecutors called a violent "outlaw biker" gang in a trial that netted the conviction of six others Friday.
Vibrant colors: A model wears a mustard long-sleeve shirt ($9.99) and purple sweater dress ($19.99) at Burlington Coat Factory; Christian Louboutin’s Developpa Ruched Wedge ($1,295) at Neiman Marcus and earrings ($24, part of jewelry set) at Kohl’s; black tights from stylist.
Lee Enterprises, the parent company of The Times Media Co., narrowed its loss in the fiscal third quarter.
Red, white and blue sangria
Empty metal cans wrapped in patriotic paper can be transformed into festive containers for Fourth of July celebrations.
Colleen Carlton, of Kirkwood, Mo., plays with her two children, PJ, 13 months, left, and Poppy, 11 months, in their home. The two, recently adopted, are nine weeks apart.
Nutella covered spicy bacon
Homemade ice cream with Nutella
Don't toss that cardboard toilet paper tube. Do-it-yourself entertainers know that tubes, wine corks and other types of trash are building blocks for great holiday crafts.
Don't toss that cardboard toilet paper tube. Do-it-yourself entertainers know that tubes, wine corks and other types of trash are building blocks for great holiday crafts. So are fallen leaves, pine cones and leftover wrapping paper. Some projects are simple — cut a slit in wine corks, and u…
It's early November, which means that Thanksgiving dinners, holiday cookie exchanges and open houses will be here before you know it. Now is the time to plan your menu - and your table decorations.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, center, speaks at a news conference at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Monday, flanked by team owner Bill DeWitt Jr., left, and general manager John Mozeliak. La Russa retired as manager of the Cardinals, three days after winning a dramatic, seven-gam…
With gas prices soaring, the most cost-effective place to throw a party this summer might be our own backyards.
TV viewers can be forgiven for dragging their feet about committing to a new series. These days, that's simply self-protection; most new shows don't even last a full season, and getting attached to one only to have it disappear never stops being frustrating.
Brewers aim for consistency, but mistakes create fan favorites.
With "Just Desserts," William Roth, producing director of the St. Louis Actors' Studio, scored his coup de grace — or possibly a coup with no grace whatsoever.
Take some food and a blanket and find a nice shady spot to chill out this Memorial Day.
The 11th hole is a par 3 with a lake guarding the front of the green and a creek running up the right side.
Rolf Krojanker was at The Monday Club in Webster Groves, Mo., on a Tuesday evening wearing two hearing aids and a T'ai Chi Ch'uan T-shirt.
Running and cycling outdoors can be uncomfortable and even risky this time of year. Runners, cyclists and an athletic trainer share what they like and dislike about running and cycling indoors, and what they do to mentally get through the boredom.
Robin Oliver, 48, of Imperial, Mo., has lost and regained 40 pounds several times over the last 12 years.
Pumpkin Juice, left, and pumpkin pasties, right, are recipes from "The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook." Stephanie S. Cordle email@example.com ** No Commercial use **
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