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  • St. Louis Blues bring the Stanley Cup to Busch Stadium

    ST. LOUIS – A special treat for Cardinals fans Wednesday night as members of the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues brought the trophy with them to Busch Stadium. The players were all feted prior to the St. Louis Cardinals’ game against the Oakland Athletics as Lord Stanley was introduced to the many Commissioner’s Trophies collected by the Cardinals over the years. Newly signed head coach Craig Berube was joined by Conn Smythe Trophy winner Ryan O’Reilly, captain Alex Pietrangelo, and […]

  • Sources: One person dead after train, tractor collision

    MONROE COUNTY, Ill. – An accident involving 30 railroad cars and a tractor in southern Monroe County has claimed one life. The accident, near Fults Road and Bluff Road in Monroe County near Maeystown, had drawn first responders from several area departments, including a hazmat unit from St. Clair County, emergency management officials confirmed to FOX2. Sources said multiple railroad cars caught fire. This is a breaking story that will be updated.

  • St. Louis Blues on doorstep of Stanley Cup history with Game 5 win 2-1

    ST. LOUIS, MO- In a postseason run full of firsts, the St. Louis Blues can add another to the list. For the first time in franchise history, the team is one win away from claiming Lord Stanley’s Cup. The Blues defeated the Bruins 2-1 Thursday night at TD Garden in Boston, to take a 3-2 series lead in the Stanley Cup Final. After being the victims of a handful of calls during the playoffs, the night will be remembered as […]

  • OT game-winner for Blues sends Stanley Cup Final back to St. Louis tied 1-1

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Blues evened the Stanley Cup Final series with the Boston Bruins at 1-1 with a hard-fought 3-2 Overtime win Wednesday night in Boston. Carl Gunnarson blasted home the game-winner 3:51 into the extra period. Four goals were scored in the first period alone, with Charlie Coyle getting Boston off to an early lead about five minutes into action while the Bruins were on the Power Play. Robert Bortuzzo answered five minutes later with assists […]

  • Bruins best Blues 4-2 in Stanley Cup Final opener; Game 2 Wednesday

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The St. Louis Blues returned to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1970 Monday night in Boston but could not hold a two-goal lead against the Bruins, and trail the best-of-seven game series 1-0 after a 4-2 loss on Memorial Day. The Blues got on the board seven minutes into the game when Brayden Schenn found the net with assists from Jaden Schwartz and Jay Bouwmeester and extended the lead when Vladimir Tarasenko scored […]

  • Glorious! Blues advance to first Stanley Cup Final since 1970

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – For the first time in generations, the St. Louis Blues have reached the Stanley Cup Final. The Blues finished off the San Jose Sharks Tuesday by a score of 5-1 to win the Western Conference Finals 4 games to 2. With the Sharks skating wounded and down four players due to injuries, the Blues pounced early in the first period when Ryan O’Reilly and Sammy Blais attacked the net and David Perron was credited with a […]

  • Play Gloria: St. Louis Blues win 2OT Thriller to defeat Dallas and advance to Western Conference Finals

    ST. LOUIS, MO- A playoff run for the St. Louis Blues that was unimaginable at best in January will continue on to the brink of the Stanley Cup Finals. Oakville native Pat Maroon scored the game-winning goal to propel the Blues past the Dallas Stars 2- 1 in Double Overtime Tuesday night at Enterprise Center, with St. Louis taking the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal series 4-3. Do or die. Pat Maroon chooses do. #stlblues #WeAllBleedBlue pic.twitter.com/4GrlkFzXkQ — St. Louis Blues […]

  • David Freese homers in what could be his last game at Busch Stadium

    ST. LOUIS – The Cardinals completed a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday with an 11-7 win in a game that featured a little bit of everything. It also may have been the last time a certain Cardinals legend gets a standing ovation while playing for an opposing team. David Freese, the Lafayette High School graduate and 2011 postseason hero, once again was embraced by Busch Stadium faithful, as he has throughout the series. Freese played first base […]

  • St. Louis native, first Air Force female fighter pilot played advising role in ‘Captain Marvel’

    ST. LOUIS – “Captain Marvel,” the latest movie entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, hits theaters this weekend. Actress Brie Larson stars as Carol Danvers as she morphs from fighter pilot into a superhero. It turns out a St. Louis native had a significant role in getting Larson into character. Brigadier General Jeannie Leavitt, the first Air Force female fighter pilot, was a consultant on the film. According to the Department of Defense, Larson met Leavitt and other female pilots […]

  • Two St. Louis area Army Reservists stationed in Kuwait killed in fatal accident

    A Mount Vernon, IL based Army Reserve unit is mourning the loss of two soldiers after a fatal accident at an Army base in Kuwait Tuesday while supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. The U.S. Army reports that both soldiers died March 5, 2019, as a result of a non-combat related incident, which is under investigation. The Army identifies the soldiers as Sgt. Holli R. Bolinski, 37, of Pinckneyville, Illinois, and Spc. Jackson D. Johnson, 20, of Hillsboro, Missouri. Both soldiers were […]

  • Driver collides with Centreville police cruiser, three injured

    CAHOKIA, Ill. – Three people were taken to hospitals after a crash involving a Centreville police officer. The crash happened at Illinois 157 and Illinois 163, near the St. Louis Downtown Airport. According to police, a driver had an open container of alcohol in the vehicle and thought they were approaching a DWI checkpoint. Police said the driver attempted to do a U-turn to avoid it but wound up striking a Centreville police cruiser. An officer in the cruiser was […]

  • 2018 St. Louis News in Review: A governor resigns, the Cardinals struggle, and big election news

    ST. LOUIS – As is the case in many years, some of the biggest news stories of 2018 were from topics we might have expected had we mapped out what this list could look like on January 1, like the culmination of a construction project, or an election that we at least knew was going to happen on a specific date, even if we didn’t know the result. But no one could have imagined the political shockwaves that would start […]

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