St. Louis resident George Gansner was able to snag a ticket to the highly anticipated Manchester City v. Chelsea F.C. soccer match tonight at Busch Stadium -- but he won't be needing it. That's ... More >>
Yesterday, KMOV-TV (Channel 4) fired veteran news anchor Larry Conners, one week after he wrote a controversial Facebook post pondering whether the IRS had targeted him in response to a tough int... More >>
Sam Bradford, quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, is trying to help draw attention to the devastation and difficult relief effort in Oklahoma City after an incredibly powerful tornado hit on Mond... More >>
Calling all of the Best Fans In Baseball! Take a break from your intense soccer bashing, avert your eyes from the permanent destruction at Busch Stadium for some stupid exhibition game and looky ... More >>
A senseless murder in London had a far more mundane effect here across the pond yesterday: CNN's Piers Morgan banned Tea Party firebrand and hometown girl Dana Loesch from his show for using the... More >>
Update: Officials say the event was cancelled due to "weather-created flight delays."
Original post: Earlier this month, St. Louis got national attention when local fast-food workers participat... More >>
Springfield City Councilman Doug Burlison believes that marijuana can be a helpful medicine and that it's time to stop treating it like such a harmful, dangerous drug. Compared to other local ele... More >>
A police chase ended badly for a male suspect yesterday when he somehow managed to run into the St. Louis county police headquarters -- and inadvertently headed straight toward the chief's offic... More >>
Update below: Larry Conners is out at KMOV-TV (Channel 4).
So says Mark Pimentel, KMOV's president and general manager, in an announcement on the station's website published this afternoon. Th... More >>
It's been a violent few days in St. Louis.
Yesterday, we told you about Jermaine Johnson, a twenty-year-old who was shot in the face in north St. Louis and died on the scene. A few hours earli... More >>
Did a security officer at Clyde C. Miller Career Academy, a St. Louis high school, pepper spray students in an effort to break up some sort of a food fight? That's the allegation of a KSDK-TV ... More >>
What's it like to be one of the most beloved baseball players of all time? If you have $1.8 million, you can sort of find out!
That's right, folks. You can sleep where the late, great Stan Mus... More >>
A young woman was killed inside a north-county home yesterday when someone fired bullets into a house from the driveway.
Patricia Singleton, who would have turned 22 years old today, was found... More >>
Brad Pitt wishes he did not drop out of the University of Missouri.
Why? Because who would do such a foolish thing? What kind of guy would just give up on academics? Pitt, who grew up in Spri... More >>
Think soccer at Busch Stadium will be a hit? Not so fast, sissy boys!
This is the message of a handful of vocal, outraged haters, a.k.a., the Best Fans In Baseball, who are making their disdain... More >>
Angela and Gerald Taylor might just be the most devoted Schnucks customers in the company's more than seven decades in business.
Early in their relationship, Gerald took Angela on a date to a ... More >>
On February 4, 2010, Gee Vigna and her husband discovered a horrible sight in the room of their seventeen-year-old daughter, Nicky.
"We had no idea she was using any drugs," Gee tells Daily RF... More >>
Last night, three young teenage boys were shot in the Carr Square neighborhood and taken to a local hospital where they are all in serious condition.
Two of the shooting victims are fourteen ye... More >>
Shearwater High School, a public charter school geared toward dropouts and at-risk youth in St. Louis, is closing its doors after three years in operation, shedding light on the obstacles facing... More >>
When police responded to calls for a shooting early this morning, they were already too late.
Jermaine Johnson, twenty, was lying unconscious at the corner of Darby Street and Natural Bridge Ave... More >>