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  • Photo Gallery: NHL All-Star Red Carpet, Skills Competition at Enterpise Center

    ST. LOUIS – Enterprise Center is the center of the National Hockey League world for this weekend as the St. Louis Blues host NHL All-Star Weekend festivities. Fans were treated Friday to the annual skills competition, with a few twists. Here’s a look at a photo gallery as players made their way to the arena tonight and the action as the evening unfolded.  

  • Former Lafayette High School basketball standout Robert Archibald dead

    ST. LOUIS – The basketball world is mourning the death of former Lafayette High School alum Robert Archibald. The University of Illinois, where Archibald went on to play in college after starring at the west St. Louis County school, confirmed his passing Friday night. He was 39. We’ve lost a member of our #Illini family much too soon. RIP, Arch. — Illinois Basketball (@IlliniMBB) January 24, 2020 More information on the circumstances of his death were not available Friday […]

  • Man barricades himself inside Fenton home after shooting

    FENTON, Mo. – St. Louis County authorities have been at the scene of a shooting since late Thursday afternoon in an attempt to negotiate with the suspected shooter. According to a police spokesperson, the shooting took place around 6 p.m. in the 1800 block of Charity Court in Fenton. Police arrived at that location to find a woman had been shot. She was transported to a hospital. Her injuries were not life-threatening. The spokesperson said the suspect was still inside […]

  • Yadier Molina joins San Juan protests calling for change after Hurricane Maria supply scandal

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Hundreds of people, including St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and Chicago Cubs infielder Javier Baez, have joined a protest organized by singer Rene Perez of Calle 13 fame in a demonstration reminiscent of those that ousted Puerto Rico’s former governor last year. Anger is growing over emergency aid that until recently sat unused in a warehouse amid ongoing earthquakes. The newest protest unleashed a debate about whether Puerto Ricans should try to oust Gov. […]

  • CBC Guard Caleb Love named a McDonald’s All-American

    ST. LOUIS, MO- CBC Guard Caleb Love has been performing on a national stage for most of his senior season, with games in showcase tournaments around the country. He’ll finish his high school career in one of the top all-star competitions in all of high school basketball, with Thursday’s announcement that he’s been named a McDonald’s All-American. can’t thank God enough! i’m really a burger boy!🙏🏽🍔🍟 — Caleb Love (@caleb2love) January 23, 2020   Love, who is averaging 27 […]

  • Marcell Ozuna says goodbye to Cardinals fans after signing with Atlanta Braves

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Just a few hours after agreeing to terms on a free-agent contract with the Atlanta Braves, former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Marcell Ozuna took to Instagram to say goodbye to his fans here. View this post on Instagram To the St. Louis Cardinals fans: I would like to take a moment to thank this great fan base and city who welcomed me and my family with open arms. Thank you for embracing us and allowing us to […]

  • Former Cardinal Larry Walker elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame in last year of eligibility

    ST. LOUIS – The Baseball Writers of America’s 2020 Hall of Fame ballot results were announced Tuesday, and while the headliner of this year’s class is former New York Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter, we learned that two Cardinals will be enshrined in Cooperstown next summer. Outfielder Larry Walker, who spent parts of his final two big league seasons in St. Louis, was named on 76.6 percent of this year’s ballots. He needed to reach 75 percent for admission to Cooperstown […]

  • Bracket experts offer early predictions of who could land in St. Louis for NCAA hoops tourney

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Two months from now, the Gateway City will be consumed by March Madness, as Enterprise Center plays host to first and second-round games in the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament. After the first semester of games which have seen team after team reach the top of the rankings heap only to lose their perch, it’s still hard to figure out who the cream of the crop is on any given night. That hasn’t stopped prognosticators from forecasting how […]

  • Chaminade grad Roderick Campbell Jr. to transfer from Northwestern to Southern Illinois

    ST. LOUIS, MO- A little more than a month and a half after announcing his intention to leave Northwestern as a graduate transfer, former Chaminade defensive back Roderick Campbell, Jr.  confirmed on social media Monday that he would complete his eligibility at Southern Illinois. “u may not end up where u thought u were going, but u will always end up where you’re meant to be. next chapter. let’s ride” @bigbenson40 @SIU_Football — Roderick Campbell Jr. (@RC9___) January 20, […]

  • Chiefs-49ers Super Bowl LIV matchup features St. Louis area connections

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The conference championship games are over and your Super Bowl matchup is set. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will square off on February 2nd in Miami for Super Bowl LIV, with kickoff set for approximately 5:30pm on FOX2. If you’re looking for reasons to root for one team or another, we’ve put together a cheat sheet of sorts with local connections to both teams. Did we miss one? Email us Kansas City Parkway […]

  • Edwardsville grad A.J. Epenesa declares for NFL Draft

    ST. LOUIS – University of Iowa defensive end A.J. Epenesa (Edwardsville High School) announced Tuesday he will skip his senior season and declared for the 2020 NFL Draft. View this post on Instagram Thank you Hawkeye Nation! A post shared by AJ Epenesa (@supersamoan94) on Jan 14, 2020 at 7:32am PST Epenesa, 21, just completed his second straight season as an All-Big Ten first-team performer and earned second-team All-American honors from the Associated Press, Walter Camp, and the AFCA. He […]

  • ‘St. Louis Superman’ film featuring Bruce Franks, Jr. nominated for a 2020 Oscar

    ST. LOUIS, MO- A documentary film which profiled Bruce Franks, Jr.’s journey from activist to state lawmaker is now one of five finalists for an Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced early Monday morning. “St. Louis Superman,” was directed by Smriti Mundhra and Sami Khan, and produced by Meralta Films. It was distributed by Al Jazeera English and later MTV Documentary films. The five nominees for Documentary (Short Subject) were trimmed from a total of 96 eligible […]

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