Kamis, Agustus 28, 2014

Arkansas State won't move home game to St. Louis


Arkansas State won't move home game to St. Louis


ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Missouri football team won't be playing an "away" game in St. Louis in 2015 after all. The St. Louis Sports Commission had asked Arkansas State to move its home game in the second week of September 2015 to the city's Busch Stadium.


St. Louis Rams vs. Miami Dolphins: Rams Week 4 Game Preview


The St. Louis Rams will travel to South Beach to take on the Miami Dolphins for the fourth and final preseason exhibition of the 2014 season. This is the last week that NFL fans will be forced to sit through watered-down football. A week from now, teams ...


St. Louis Police Chief on tactics in Ferguson, police shooting of man with knife


(KMOV.com) – St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson spoke to News 4 about the response of police to the demonstrations in Ferguson and the department’s handling of the officer involved shooting of a knife-wielding man in north St. Louis. When tear gas was ...


St. Louis Rams coach oversteps in criticism of ESPN


The whole world knows that ESPN looked silly yesterday when reporter Josina Anderson issued details on the shower choreography of the St. Louis Rams, a team whose roster the openly gay defensive lineman Michael Sam is trying to make. Not only did Twitter ...


St. Louis County’s Racial Profiling Issue Is Bigger Than Mike Brown


Jamil Hassan was one of the first people I interviewed in Ferguson. Before he would answer my first question, he schooled me on the matrix that is St. Louis County. “You see, I live in Ferguson, but I’m originally from St. Louis city,” he said.


Long-Simmering Anger Over Police Violence Erupts At St. Louis Forum


This article was made possible in part by HuffPost readers through their support of the Ferguson Fellowship. Here's how you can back more reporting like this from Ferguson and St. Louis over the next year. ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- It was roughly two hours into ...


My St. Louis Then and Now by Thabiti Lewis


When the city of Ferguson exploded into protest over the brutal killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown, it hit close to home. As a native of St. Louis, I returned this year to spend time as a Visiting Scholar at Washington University—after roughly a 20 ...


Former St. Louis police chief gets spot in Nixon's cabinet, heading public safety


JEFFERSON CITY • Gov. Jay Nixon today named former St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom to become his director of public safety. Nixon called Isom a "tough, smart cop." At a late-morning news conference, Isom said, "I have dedicated my life to trying to ...



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