The Associated Press

Recent Stories

Castle Doctrine protects Missouri man in 2 killings

A Missouri man who killed a former roommate and a neighbor this year was protected by a state self-defense law that gives people broad license to use deadly force to protect themselves in their home or car.

Tease photo

Despite injuries, Cardinals back in postseason

Since 2011, the bill for clubhouse carpet cleaning and/or replacement has been high for the St. Louis Cardinals. It’s a price willingly paid for all those champagne fests, every step of the way.

Confident Royals head into playoffs

The Kansas City Royals were just happy to be invited to the party last year, ending a 29-year postseason drought before squeaking through a dramatic wild-card game against the Athletics.

Ventura to start Game 1 for Royals

The Royals will start hard-throwing youngster Yordano Ventura in Game 1 of the AL Division Series.

Rams' Ogletree could return this season

ST. LOUIS — Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree underwent surgery to repair his fractured right fibula Tuesday, but coach Jeff Fisher said the team will wait to decide whether to make a roster move with him.

Future of three teams on agenda when NFL owners meet

NEW YORK — NFL owners will look west (Los Angeles), east (Europe) and south (Mexico) at their fall meetings today.

Tease photo

Hitchcock promises new style of play for Blues this season

After three straight first-round playoff exits, the St. Louis Blues have learned to temper expectations.

Police: Teen killed after crawling under school bus

An 18-year-old St. Louis man is dead after crawling under a school bus and being run over.

EPA finds hazardous waste violations at Missouri-Kansas City

The University of Missouri-Kansas City will pay a $23,679 civil penalty as part of a settlement reached with the Environmental Protection Agency for violating federal regulations involving the storage and handling of hazardous waste.

Police identify man found slain in Wellston

A suburban St. Louis man who was gunned down over the weekend had attended homecoming activities at his alma mater earlier in the day.

More stories