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Gausman, Arenado named Players of the Week

Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado and Blue Jays right-hander Kevin Gausman have been named the Players of the Week presented by Chevrolet. Arenado won this season’s first NL Player of the Week Award in early April, and now he has another, bringing his career total to eight. St. Louis...
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Missouri man pleads guilty to murder-for-hire plot and conspiring to distribute fentanyl

A man from Missouri pleaded guilty on Monday to a murder-for-hire charge and a drug conspiracy charge and admitted trying to have a man who owed him more than $100,000 killed. Kevin Cunningham, 36, of St. Louis, pleaded guilty Monday in front of U.S. District Judge Audrey G. Fleissig to the murder-for-hire charge. He pleaded guilty later in the day in front of U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey to a charge of conspiring to distribute fentanyl.
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Powerful summers in St. Louis

Some of Saul Glist’s most meaningful time while a Harvard student has been spent in St. Louis, where he has worked with community leaders and programs over the past three summers. After falling in love with the city and its rich history of activism the summer after his first...
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Missouri Flood Victims to See Relief as Feds Declare Disaster

Another round of flash flooding may be on its way, but so is some help. Today, Governor Mike Parson announced that President Joe Biden approved the disaster declaration that would open the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Individual Assistance program to eligible residents in St. Louis city, as well as St. Louis and St. Charles counties. Individuals impacted by the floods from July 25 to July 28 can go online to www.disasterassistance.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA. The faster residents apply, the faster residents may be approved, the release says.
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Missouri man admits threatening to blow up a synagogue

A man from Missouri admitted threatening to blow up a St. Louis synagogue in 2021. Cody Steven Rush of St. Louis admitted calling the St. Louis office of the FBI on Nov. 5, 2021, and saying, “I’m going to blow up a church.” Rush gave his name and identified his target as the Central Reform Congregation in St. Louis. Rush said he would take action the next morning when people were inside. Rush said he hated Jewish people. He called back later and again threatened to attack the synagogue “while they are in service.” Asked if had anything else he wanted to say, Rush said, “Yeah, that I hate them with rage.”
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Suspected driver in deadly Ted Drewes hit-and-run crash turns self in

ST. LOUIS — The man suspected of hitting and killing a CBC High School student near Ted Drewes was taken into custody after turning himself in Monday, police sources said. The man suspected of the hit-and-run accident was booked Monday on suspicion of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death and tampering with evidence, police confirmed in an official email Monday afternoon.
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Watch: Yankees' Matt Carpenter gets standing ovation from Cardinals fans in return to St. Louis

"I was telling somebody earlier that this will be the first three games since 2009 I have not pulled for the St. Louis Cardinals to win," Carpenter told MLB.com's John Denton. "All season, anytime that we're not playing, and our schedule matches up, I'm watching the guys, checking every box score and legitimately wanting them to win every game. This will be the first three where that's not the case, but as soon as we leave town, I'll go right back to being [a Cardinals fan]. It's going to be weird to compete against them, but being able to separate the emotions will be a challenge."
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Wentzville woman beats childhood cancer, now gives back

WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Cancer has touched a Wentzville, Missouri woman’s life in more ways than one, and now she’s giving back. Bri Rogers-Brooks was diagnosed with epithelioid sarcoma in 2005 when she was 10 years old. Her father passed away from lung cancer in 2014 when she was 21. Now she uses his birthday as a way to help others.
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Missouri Human Society has available pit bulls for adoption

ST. LOUIS — The Humane Society of Missouri (HSMO) is hosting a promotion on all adult pit bull terriers and pit bull mixes. The promotion will be held through August and the adoption is only $25. Pit bulls are perhaps the breed most associated with controversy and this is largely due to the stigma surrounding […]
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Nolan Arenado named National League Player of the Week

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMIZ) St. Louis Cardinals All-Star Nolan Arenado was named the National League Player of the Week after his performance against the Yankees. In the three-game series against New York, Arenado had a total of five RBI's and in the series before that against the Cubs he added three.
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