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St. Louis Blues tough guy Ryan Reaves blew a kiss to the Dallas Stars’ bench after late fisticuffs in Game 3 of their second-round series.
Southeastern Conference coaches are ready to start participating in the satellite camps their league had wanted to eliminate nationwide.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Blues forward Scottie Upshall has numerous family members who live in Fort McMurray, Alberta, including a brother and his fiancee, plus aunts, uncles and nieces.
A freshman at Fort Valley State University was stabbed to death after he came to the aid of some female students who were being harassed and groped by a man outside the school cafeteria, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent said Wednesday.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Doug O’Neill was all smiles after early 3-1 favorite Nyquist drew the No. 13 post for the 142nd Kentucky Derby.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Matt Holliday’s RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the St. Louis Cardinals a 5-4 victory against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night.
KANSAS CITY (AP) — Kris Medlen got pounded off the mound in the third inning. Eric Hosmer got tossed in the sixth.
The Missouri Legislature has passed a requirement for voters to show photo identification.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a proposal to rein in the amount of money lawmakers aim to provide to K-12 schools.
he deputy commander of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard said Iranian forces will close the strategic Strait of Hormuz to the United States and its allies if they “threaten” the Islamic Republic, Iranian state media reported Wednesday.
Sporadic violence persisted in Aleppo on Wednesday as U.S. officials announced an agreement had been reached with Russia to extend Syria’s fragile cease-fire to the deeply contested northern city.
Florida’s largest newspaper, the Tampa Bay Times, said Tuesday it has purchased its main competitor, the Tampa Tribune, ending a decades-long newspaper rivalry.
Takata will recall another 35 million to 40 million air bag inflators, a stunning increase that will more than double what is already the largest automotive recall in American history, the federal government announced Wednesday.
Two-thirds of the Missouri House has voted to change how public union members pay dues, the first step to overriding a veto by Gov. Jay Nixon.
State agricultural officials say 39,000 turkeys at a southwest Missouri farm have been destroyed after avian flu was detected late last week.
John Kasich plans to end his bid for the White House, making Donald Trump the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
The 142nd Kentucky Derby is showing its age, in a gray kind of way.
LEICESTER, England — Even being the first championship winners in Leicester’s 132-year history didn’t get the jubilant players out of training Tuesday.
MANCHESTER, England — One by one, English soccer’s supposed superpowers fell off the relentless pace set by Leicester in the Premier League title race.
Ryan Howard still gets psyched up to play in St. Louis.
Lorenzo Cain capped a three-run ninth inning with a two-out single to left, bringing home Mike Moustakas and giving the Kansas City Royals a 7-6 victory Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals.KANSAS CITY (AP) — Lorenzo Cain capped a three-run ninth inning with a two-out single to left, bringing home Mike Moustakas and giving the Kansas City Royals a 7-6 victory Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals.
The celebration for John Daly began the day he became eligible for the PGA Tour Champions.
ST. LOUIS — Alexander Steen and David Backes had two goals apiece and the St. Louis Blues’ defense put the clamps on the Dallas Stars in a 6-1 victory that put them up 2-1 in the second-round series Tuesday night.
CINCINNATI — When it comes to giving up runs game after game, nobody in major league history has been as bad as these Reds relievers.
DULUTH, Ga. — Former British Open champion Stewart Cink said he is taking a break from golf after learning his wife has breast cancer.
A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife experts has trekked about 200 miles across the state over the past two years, managing to cross the Missouri River along the way.
The U.N. Security Council responded to an upsurge in deadly attacks on hospitals and medical personnel, unanimously adopting a resolution Tuesday demanding all parties to conflicts protect staff and facilities treating the wounded and sick.
Five of Prince’s six surviving siblings appeared in court Monday for the first hearing to start sorting out an estate certain to be worth millions, a task complicated because the star musician isn’t known to have left a will.
A new story is unfolding along historic Route 66 thanks to a yearlong project coordinated by a tourism group with help from the National Park Service and American Indian tribes along America’s Mother Road.
Missouri Supreme Court judges have ruled against what some called a tax loophole for doughnut holes.
The Legislature is poised to tighten Missouri's voter ID requirements, but lawmakers see the issue as far from settled.
Missouri lawmakers have approved the creation of a commission to review the University of Missouri System's policies and administrative structure.
The Missouri Legislature has voted to override the governor and block a wage hike for home-care attendants.
Host Stars tonight in Game 3
ST. LOUIS — Alex Pietrangelo is used to playing a lot — especially this time of year. The St. Louis Blues linchpin defenseman plays with a high motor and appears to have no issues piling up the ice time.
ST. LOUIS — Adam Wainwright knew his mammoth home run changed the complexion of Monday night’s game.
KANSAS CITY — There are ample reasons for Ned Yost to be concerned about the Royals’ struggling offense, from three recent shutouts to the prolonged slumps of stars such as Alex Gordon and Lorenzo Cain.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A day after storms drenched Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby horses Mor Spirit, Gun Runner and stablemate Creator enjoyed sunny skies and solid footing in their final workouts for racing’s marquee event.
AVONDALE, La. — Brian Stuard made steady golf pay off on a waterlogged course in the haunting cypress swamps outside New Orleans.
TALLADEGA, Ala. — Nobody needs to be reminded racing is inherently dangerous. We all know drivers assume the risks. It’s understood no one forces a driver to compete. That shoulder-shrug approach doesn’t make the scorecard from Sunday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway any easier to accept.
Some Missouri lawmakers want to protect lodging websites such as Airbnb from local ordinances that could regulate the services out of business in the state. House members on Monday voted 85-66 for the legislation, which includes a laundry list of other provisions. The measure already passed the Senate, but will head back to that chamber because of amendments.
A group of military veterans hopes to build small homes for struggling and homeless veterans on a vacant piece of land in Kansas City.
After vehicle stop, suspect attacked, drug him with car
The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating after a trooper fatally shot a suspect following a traffic stop.
On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American.
More than 120 children may have received too much laughing gas during recent procedures at a University of Iowa clinic, the school said Monday.
A total of 16 cars were involved in a freight train derailment in the nation’s capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previously reported. CSX updated the number following an assessment of the site. Florida-based CSX said overnight, rail cars not involved in Sunday’s derailment were moved away from the site along with several cars that had derailed.
A historic church in New York City was destroyed in a raging fire just hours after its Orthodox worshippers celebrated Easter.
Seven of the 10 most profitable U.S. hospitals are nonprofits, according to new research, including one in Urbana, Illinois, where hospital tax exemptions are headed for a contentious court battle that soon could determine whether medical facilities are paying their fair share of taxes.
The Marine Corps says it has begun investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War II after two amateur history buffs began raising questions about the picture.
Investor Warren Buffett said the Federal Reserve and other policymakers are generally doing a good job, but it’s difficult to predict all the effects of interest rates remaining low for this long.
Greeted with rum drinks and salsa dancers, the first passengers to cruise from the U.S. to Cuba in nearly 40 years streamed Monday into a crowd cheering the rebirth of commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility.