In the city of St. Louis, there have been 27 homicides so far this year and the month of March was no stranger to gun violence.
But in the metro area, in addition to a string of violent crimes, there have also been some notably bizarre criminal acts -- the you-can't-make-this-stuff-up kind of new ... More >>
A basketball prank involving two Missouri high schools has forced administrators to bring in an infections disease specialist.
Why? Four girls poured urine into their opponent's water cooler during a basketball game. So says a letter to parents from the principal of Monett High, a southwest Missour ... More >>
"Some guys smoke. Some guys drink. Some guys chase women. I'm a big barbecue-sauce guy." -- Rick Majerus
Rick Majerus loved to eat. That was no secret. But what were some of his favorite St. Louis eateries?
Last week Gut Check caught up with several local restaurateurs whose tables often served ... More >>
Editor's note: Jonathan Gold is a third-year law student at Saint Louis University. He penned this story on Sunday after learning of the death of the man he referred to simply as "Coach."
It was a little less than six years ago that I had my first encounter with Rick Majerus. I was finishing my so ... More >>
Derrick Johnson, the profile subject of our March 22 feature, He Ain't Heavy, continued his media rounds yesterday, appearing on Sports Mayhem USA With "The Coach" John Parker -- an online talk show airing weekdays on iwatchradio.com -- to discuss his recent firing from Lindenwood University, where ... More >>
Hmmm, hmmm, hmmm. I'm just your typical bank patron. Nothing to see here as I talk on my cellphone with my knockoff Coach handbag, my hoop earrings and fabulous wavy wig. Pink sweat pants? Yeah, I got 'em. I also got a gun in my purse, so hand over all your money, motherfudgy!The FBI is on the lo ... More >>
TLR shakin' it onstage with Santana earlier this year. It's been an emotional roller-coaster for St. Louis Cardinals fans: a heart-stopping Game 6 and a World Series victory are now slightly softened with the farewell of skipper, architect and game-changer Tony La Russa. But we'll leave the s ... More >>