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Stanley Cup champion 2019 Blues team will reunite tonight, virtually

The 2019 Stanley Cup-winning Blues reunite in this sneak preview released by the NHL.

April 8, 2020

The 2019 Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues team will reunite virtually tonight to commemorate the scheduled first day of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs, which are suspended due to the coronavirus. The National Hockey League is coordinating the reunion of current members of the defending 2019 S...

‘Stay home, Missourians’: Parson issues statewide stay-at-home order

Gov. Mike Parson, above, hosted the largest crowd in his office so far to see him sign a bill renaming Lindbergh for the late Rep. Cloria Brown.

April 4, 2020

Missouri Gov, Mike Parson issued a statewide stay-at-home order Friday, but he’s leaving the details of what business are essential and non-essential to local governments. The directive came weeks after local Missouri officials like St. Louis County Executive Sam Page and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewso...

The story behind Mehlville assignment that made world headlines

The story behind Mehlville assignment that made world headlines

December 17, 2019

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com A Mehlville School District teacher got international attention for an assignment asking students to “set your price for a slave,” but the parent who objected does not want to see her fired. A fifth-grade teacher at Blades Elementary in Oakv...

Jill Schupp running for Congress in St. Louis suburbs, challenging Ann Wagner

Jill Schupp running for Congress in St. Louis suburbs, challenging  Ann Wagner

December 4, 2019

U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner has a Democratic challenger for 2020. Missouri Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, announced Tuesday that she is running against Wagner in the 2nd Congressional District that covers most of St. Louis County and the St. Louis suburbs, including all of South County. The election wi...

Wesley Bell still hasn’t responded to requests to reopen Ferguson investigation

The Michael Brown Chosen for Change Foundation posted this photo of Michael Brown Sr. and his youngest daughter Mikelle taken before the press conference on Facebook.

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

September 16, 2019

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com A month after Michael Brown Sr.’s call for St. Louis County prosecutors to reopen the investigation into his son’s death in Ferguson five years ago, county Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell has not yet given an indication whether he’ll reop...

Crestwood man stabbed neighbor’s dog to death, charges say

Crestwood man stabbed neighbor's dog to death, charges say

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor

September 11, 2019

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com A Crestwood man stabbed his neighbor’s dog to death with a pocket knife last weekend, police say. St. Louis County prosecutors charged John Conrad Ross III, 59, of the 9700 block of Greenview Drive in Crestwood, with two felonies: unlawful...

Fellow student charged in murder of Sunset Hills college student Ally Kostial

Ally Kostial in a photo posted to Facebook by her friend Sammie Martin.

July 24, 2019

A fellow student has been charged with murder in the death in Mississippi of Ally Kostial, an Ole Miss student and 2016 Lindbergh High School graduate from Sunset Hills. Alexandria “Ally” Kostial, 21, was found dead Saturday about 20 miles from Oxford, Mississippi. She was working on her marketing degree at the University of Mississippi, and this summer was taking...

PHOTOS: Stanley Cup comes to South County

Blues player Pat Maroon started off his day with the Stanley Cup by taking photos with his family at his home in Clayton. Maroon then paid a visit to All American ice rink in Green Park, where St. Louis County Police officers, including Green Park Officer Jeremy Hake, posed for photos with Maroon and Stanley. After eating toasted raviolis from the Cup at Charlie Gitto’s on The Hill, Maroon then finished the day on a lake to the west of St. Louis with family and friends, and a private concert from country star Adam Sanders.

July 24, 2019

Oakville native Pat Maroon got his day with the Stanley Cup Saturday to do whatever he wanted. He ate toasted raviolis out of it and brought it to South County to pay tribute to those who helped his youth hockey career.

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