Olli Jokinen scored his second goal of the night in the seventh round of the shootout to help the Winnipeg Jets rally for a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Friday night.
The Vancouver Canucks returned home on their first
winning streak in over a month.
Logos School in Olivette is closed Tuesday due to a power outage and because the school did not expect to get power any time soon.
Based on data published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the increase was even greater in some of America's largest cities. In 2012, for the third year in a row, Flint, Michigan had the highest violent crime rate in the country.
A cold and allergy decongestant containing what the manufacturer says is the first pseudoephedrine that cannot be used in meth production is now available nationwide.
Copper theft is a growing problem in the St. Louis area, and the Better Business Bureau wants consumers to know how to protect themselves.
KEZK (Fresh 102.5 FM) in St. Louis is now playing continuous Christmas Music Programming as of 10:00 a.m., on November 6 and will continue to bring the St. Louis Market wall to wall Christmas music through December 25.
Alyssa Douglas, a high school girl from the Clarksville area, about 40 miles north and east of Cincinnati, appears to have sent out a tweet Thursday night, hours before President Barack Obama's convention speech, saying: "Someone needs to assassinate Obama ... like ASAP."
Another fatal shooting has East St. Louis Police busy this morning.
A local woman made it her mission to bring a neglected horse back to life. Her mission took an unexpected turn.
As the monolithic structure began to rise on an isolated mountaintop in Missouri's Ozarks, the chatter grew: Who was building this cement castle?
Police in Wichita, Kansas are investigating an odd crime that involves drugs, assault and Monopoly money.