Jumat, September 26, 2014

Why violent crime may be decreasing in East. St. Louis public housing


Why violent crime may be decreasing in East. St. Louis public housing


ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- East St. Louis is an area that over the years has become known for violent crime. A common thread, law enforcement found, was that most of it was happening in public housing. When the East St. Louis Housing Authority security ...


Price-Smith inducted into St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame


ST. LOUIS - SIU track and field coach Connie Price-Smith was inducted into the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame on Wednesday night at a ceremony at the Renaissance Grand Hotel downtown. Price-Smith was one of 15 individuals inducted in this year's class ...


St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates: How will the NL Central play out?


With a handful of games to go, anything still might happen in the National League Central. The St. Louis Cardinals, who held a two-game lead in the National League Central division entering play last night, lost to the Chicago Cubs thanks yet again to ...


Should The St. Louis Rams Be Alarmed By Robert Quinn's Low Sack Numbers?


Prior to the start of the regular season in St. Louis, the Rams PR department unveiled their newest marketing campaign in an attempt to draw larger crowds the Edward Jones Dome for home games. The ploy was called “Defend Our Turf,” featuring a number ...


St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher says running back split will continue


EARTH CITY, Mo. -- The St. Louis Rams' running game had a solid outing last week against the Dallas Cowboys. The Rams posted 121 yards on 30 carries, an average of 4.03 yards per carry. By no means is that up to the level the Rams want or need moving ...


Predicting St. Louis Cardinals’ Starting Rotation For 2014 MLB Playoffs


The St. Louis Cardinals got the easy part done a few days back when they clinched a playoff spot and guaranteed themselves at least a berth in the National League Wild Card Game. Now comes the hard part. Which pitchers will get the nod for the postseason?


St. Louis is Sixth Most Segregated City in America, But Still Better than NYC, Chicago


That the St. Louis area is heavily segregated is not necessarily news. But a new study details how that segregation plays out and how racial inequality in St. Louis compares to other cities around the country. Where We Stand, a study conducted by the East ...



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