The state of the technology industry in St. Louis reads like a bad Craigslist missed connection: companies need people, St. Louis has people, but the two just can't match up where it counts. When Jim McKelvey and Jack Dorsey -- both St. Louisans and the cofounders of the ubiquitous mobile payment c ... More >>
As we reported earlier this summer, St. Louis' Forest Park has been recognized as one of the most beautiful parks in the world, in large part because of its massive $100 million facelift. Forest Park Forever -- the nonprofit group that works with the city to restore and maintain the site -- has l ... More >>
One of the biggest St. Louis stories this week is news that Father Lawrence Biondi, president of Saint Louis University, will be stepping down after months of faculty and student protest. One controversial component of Biondi's leadership is his record on land acquisition and development -- with som ... More >>
KTRS (550 AM) radio host McGraw Milhaven says he has attempted to get Missouri's incoming Speaker of the House, Tim Jones, onto his program on a couple occasions. The first time was in October of last year. Milhaven says Jones (R-Eureka) declined the invite. The second attempt came this week after t ... More >>
Image viaTrainer Ed Nelson stands accused of abusing this yellow labTrainer Ed Nelson of Lincoln County openly admits it: Teaching hunting dogs how to fetch ducks and geese safely and effectively requires the use of force -- at least sometimes. The legal question is this: Where's the line between ... More >>
This is part one of Emily Wasserman's Chef's Choice profile of Casey Shiller of Jilly's Cupcake Bar. Part two, a Q&A, will be posted tomorrow, and part three, a recipe from Shiller, will be posted on Friday. Emily WassermanOn a sweltering afternoon during Labor Day weekend, Gut Check stopped ... More >>
County Bout-y: Dooley v. CorriganThe gloves are coming off in the battle for St. Louis County Executive. Yesterday incumbent Charlie Dooley released his tax returns for the past four years in an effort to prove he's an "open book" and challenged his Republican contender, Bill Corrigan to do the s ... More >>
Saturday, May 1, saw the first of four planned Open Streets events in St. Louis. The project, founded in Bogota, Colombia, closes major thoroughfares to automobile traffic in an effort to encourage pedestrian use. In St. Louis, that meant shutting down Lindell Boulevard from just east of Kingshig ... More >>
St. Louis-based design shop, Bing!, last week filed suit against Microsoft over the software giant's use of the name Bing for its new search engine. The suit filed in St. Louis Circuit Court alleges "trademark infringement, unfair competition, and tortious interference with business expectancy." www ... More >>
There's a sweet story on ESPN's Page 2 about two former St. Louisans. Eighty-four-year-old George Hickman grew up in St. Louis in the 1930s. During World War II, Hickman joined the Tuskegee Airmen -- the all African-American division of the Army Air Corps. Later on Hickman got a job with Boeing and ... More >>
Be it nuclear holocaust, quake or hurricane, St. Louis' Zombie Squad is ready for anything even an attack from the living dead.
Kerri Morgan is prepared to crash the smash-happy world of quad rugby
Time again to take the year-end quiz
The Year in Review: A Quiz
Week of September 10, 2003
Lambert's billion-dollar expansion hangs on a wing and a prayer: The numbers no longer add up
In less than four years, Grant Williams has turned a weak union local into one of Missouri's most potent political forces. So why's he placing all his bets on One-Term Bob?
A misdirected press release provides endless amusement to our favorite invertebrate
Artist Soo Sunny Park is stubborn about the kind of art she wants to make and how she makes it. That could be a problem.
Ken Blackburn knows when to hold 'em, knows when to fold 'em
The women screwed by Rent-A-Center are threatening to take the company to the cleaners. But Ernie Talley and the rest of his Texas bubbas are trying to have the last laugh.
Names change, but the games of the elite go on
Public schools are broke all over, so why are only St. Louis and Kansas City getting charter schools?
California's troubles slowed deregulation here, but Ameren is preparing to turn up the juice
Week of May 2-8, 2001
Born without arms, John Foppe gives adversity a swift kick in the pants
The music made inside Velasco's bar in Florissant is both defiant and relaxed
The number of flight operations at Lambert drops, raising new doubt about W-1W
The powerful Pipefitters union has a simple plan to provide job security for its members: It wants to take away other people's work.
Florissant Mayor James J. Eagan
Published the week of Aug. 23-29, 2000
Over the moon for the International Space Station
Published the week of August 9-15, 2000
The ownership ranks of professional racing are dominated by fast cars and big money. What's a chiropractor from St. Louis doing in a place like this?
After 32 years, Bill Clay is retiring from his congressional seat. He wants to leave it to his son, but a crowded, eccentric field of candidates is contesting the will.
Ever since the city of St. Louis' airport authority wiped out much of Kinloch, the remaining residents have been hoping for a miracle to save the town. Others have been trying to turn a fast buck.
Witnesses testify in the mystery of the Metro East UFO
Following the greenbacks as Missouri gears up for Super Tuesday
Fayzen Woods simply wanted to get rid of her toothache. Then she had to deal with Missouri's Medicaid mess. That's when the real suffering began.
How a respected economist became St. Louis' No. 1 advocate for legalizing pot
Hazelwood officials cast their lot with the developer of a controversial project in the flood-prone Missouri Bottoms. Their gamble is tearing the North County community apart.
After years of taking it on the chin, Bob Goeggel struck back at his competitor. Thanks to his accusations of fraud, the state's largest ambulance company is on the operating table and the feds are doing the cutting.
Using raw wood, delicate precision and an artist's eye, St. Louis luthiers conjure gorgeous handmade guitars
Well, it was almost her comet. Turned out to be a galaxy instead. But "there's still more space to search."