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  • Pattonville students get ‘once in a lifetime’ chance to cover President Trump’s visit

    ST. LOUIS, MO- President Donald Trump’s Wednesday visit to St. Louis is being documented by journalists from around the region and the country, a press corps that today includes high school journalists. As the Commander in Chief landed at St. Louis Lambert International airport, students from Pattonville High School’s journalism program were on the ground to cover it. Brian Heyman, the school’s journalism teacher made the arrangements through the White House Press Office and had Co-Editors Brittany Bell and Lorelei […]

  • Five Mizzou Football takeaways from National Signing Day

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Student-athletes have put pen to paper and the fax machines (yes, some people out there still use them) have transmitted the paperworkThe fax machines (yes, someone still uses them) are largely done working now that National Signing Day Part 2 has come and gone. For the first time, the day where college football verbal commitments can be solidified into binding written ones is a little less of a big deal, because the NCAA approved an early signing […]

  • Former Rams QB Nick Foles feted at Walt Disney World after Super Bowl heroics

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Fresh off winning Super Bowl LII and winning MVP honors by becoming the first player to throw for and catch a touchdown in Super Bowl history, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles continued reaping the spoils of victory with a stop at Disney World on Monday. Foles, the former St. Louis Rams QB who later played in Kansas City before going back to Philadelphia where he saw success in 2013, finished an improbable 2017 regular season as Philadelphia’s starter […]

  • Mizzou point guard Terrence Phillips suspended indefinitely

    COLUMBIA, MO – The University of Missouri men’s basketball program announced Friday night that junior point guard Terrence Phillips has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules. “Phillips’ future status with the program will be determined in coordination with campus and department leadership,” the team said in a brief statement. There was no immediate word on what was behind the suspension. Phillips’ absence further depletes the Tigers’ guard corps, which was already thinned by Blake Harris’ decision to […]

  • Cardinals still have 3 offseason questions as Winter Warm-Up Weekend arrives

    ST. LOUIS, MO- In past years, as Cardinals fans gathered for the annual Winter Warm-Up, people had a pretty good idea of who would be on the team in the coming year, with most of the offseason heavy lifting done. But this January is not like most years. There are dozens of free agents still on the market, as teams have been more focused on the trade market, willing to wait longer than normal for asking prices and length of […]

  • Man suffers medical issue in fatal I-64 accident

    ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO – One person is dead and two others were transported to the hospital after authorities say a man’s medical condition may have caused a seven-car crash in St. Charles County. The highway patrol says it happened around 4 pm Tuesday afternoon when a male driver exiting Interstate 64 at Highway 94 suffered some sort of medical condition that caused him to continue driving through the intersection off 94 and right into a chain reaction accident. The […]

  • Top 10 news stories around St. Louis in 2017

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – As we prepare to ring in 2018, it’s important to take stock of what’s happened over the past 12 months. The year 2017 saw some unprecedented changes in important positions of power here and around the state. A governor with no prior elected political experience, the first female mayor elected in St. Louis, and the first time since the Civil War that a locally-controlled St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department got to choose a new chief. We […]

  • Zach Duke salutes St. Louis Cardinals, fans as he leaves organization for Minnesota

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Pitcher Zach Duke’s stint with the St. Louis Cardinals officially ended this week when he signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Twins. The reliever spent parts of two seasons in St. Louis, having come over in a trade with the Chicago White Sox in 2016 and was expected to miss all of 2017 with elbow surgery. He made a remarkable recovery and instead was able to return in July. Tuesday night he took to social […]

  • FOX2’s 10 biggest St. Louis sports stories of 2017

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The biggest stories of any year or any topic are generally ones that are worth talking about the year after, too. Most of these fit that bill, too. Here’s one man’s opinion about the ten biggest St. Louis area sports stories in 2017.   10. TITLE TOWN: Several area high schools won state championships in 2017, including the CBC Cadet Football squad, plus the Vashon and Northwest Academy Boys Basketball teams, among others. Scores more individual student-athletes brought back […]

  • Cahokia couple stranded in Atlanta airport: ‘Apocalyptic’ scene

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The power outage at one of the world’s busiest airports has not surprisingly thrown wrenches into air travel across the country. Authorities say power at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport should be restored overnight Sunday into Monday morning, but not before leaving thousands of passengers stranded there and elsewhere due to cancelled flights. Several flights between St. Louis and Atlanta were cancelled Sunday, including one that was supposed to deliver Lamar and Crystal Gines of Cahokia home  following […]

  • Cardinals to acquire Marcell Ozuna from the Marlins, pending physical

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The St. Louis Cardinals turned to an apparent offseason plan B in an attempt to add power to the middle of the lineup.  Multiple reports say Marcell Ozuna has been acquired from the Marlins, pending a physical. The move comes after the teams could not complete a trade for fellow Miami outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. After weeks of speculation, an agreed upon framework of a deal and a meeting with Stanton’s representatives, the Cardinals announced December 8 that […]

  • Cardinals reportedly sign reliever Luke Gregerson

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The St. Louis Cardinals have reportedly reached an agreement to bring reliever Luke Gregerson back to the organization more than eight years after he  was traded away. Derrick Goold of the The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic report the deal is two-years and $11-million deal, could turn into a third year if benchmarks are met. Gregerson,33, went 2-3 with a career high 4.57 ERA pitching in 65 games for the World Series champion Houston […]