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Execution date set in Missouri murder-for-hire killing from 2000
The state Supreme Court has set an execution date for a former St. Louis City jailer who was sentenced to death for the murder-for-hire killing of his ex-wife, to whom he owed back child support. 50-year-old Kimber Edwards is scheduled to die by lethal injection between 6 p.m. May 12 and 5:59 pm May 13, […]
Two Missouri record fish caught within three days
Two record-breaking fish have been caught in Missouri within a week. The Department of Conservation reports Burr Edde III of Malta Bend caught a 120-pound, 8-ounce giant blue catfish in the Missouri River in Saline County on March 21. The fish measured 55 and 1/8 inches long and 45 inches around. It was more than […]
SLU’s Jim Crews to coach at the NCAA Final Four. He’ll lead the west squad for the senior all-star game
Saint Louis head men’s basketball coach Jim Crews will serve as the head coach of the West team at the College All-Star Game, which will be played during the NCAA Final Four weekend in Indianapolis.  The game, which features top senior NCAA basketball student-athletes, takes place on Friday, April 3, at 3:30 p.m. (CT) at Lucas Oil […]
Nixon-led Missouri trade mission to Europe enters last leg
A Missouri trade mission led by Governor Jay Nixon has gone from Germany to Spain. The Governor says he wants to do three things with this trade trip: thank those companies that already trade with Missouri, let Missouri business leaders meet with their customers, and to look for ways to expand the already strong trade […]
Steen’s tough play along the boards creates a scoring opportunity and win for the Blues in overtime (VIDEO)
Two days ago Alex Steen scored the Blues only goal, his 400th career point, as St. Louis lost to Detroit just 24 seconds into overtime.  On Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, Steen scored his 24th of the year and it came just 35 second into overtime as the Blues were on the winning end of an […]