The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is looking for non-profit organizations throughout the state to help feed thousands of children who would otherwise go without meals during the summer months and during times of public emergencies, when children do not have access …
A Nov. 7 dance at Matt’s Steakhouse in Rolla has garnered national attention as a potential COVID-19 super spreader event. The parent-organized, homecoming-themed gathering brought together scores of local high schoolers with chaperons. The Phelps/Maries Health Department reports several COV…
America has a rich history of Thanksgiving that dates back to our humble beginnings. William Bradford, first governor of Plymouth, authorized the first Thanksgiving proclamation, encouraging the Pilgrims in 1623 to "render Thanksgiving to ye Almighty God for all His blessings.”
Every holiday season, Americans across the country look forward to celebrating cherished holiday traditions. As we take time out of our busy lives to spend time with loved ones and reflect on our blessings, we are reminded that even during what has been a very difficult year as a result of C…
Check out the highlights of Ben Frederickson's weekly chat with St. Louis sports fans.
Hicks is set for his second start in the Arizona Fall League as he builds health for spring and explores the schedule of a new role, starter.
Cardinals fired Shildt, after three consecutive years in the playoffs, due to what the team said was a 'philosophical difference.'
A winning team with returning stars had momentum building for 2022 before the sudden dismissal of manager Shildt allowed frustrations, questions to surface.
Three weeks after a record 17-game winning streak, Shildt "floored" by dismissal from pro organization who groomed and inspired him.
On Oct. 14, 1985, a Hall of Fame shortstop hit a home run that inspired a "Go Crazy!" call by a Hall of Fame announcer. This is how our Hall of Fame reporter covered the moment.