How to Watch Cincinnati Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals Live on Jun 9
On Jun 9 at 8:15 PM ET, the St. Louis Cardinals will play the Cincinnati Reds. The game is airing exclusively on Bally Sports Midwest and Bally Sports Ohio. In St. Louis, the game is streaming on Bally Sports Midwest, which is available on DIRECTV STREAM. For more ways to watch the Cardinals, check out our Cardinals streaming guide.
Canada wildfires: Smog spreads south as east coast sees relief
Major US east coast cities are experiencing some relief on Friday from smoke caused by Canadian wildfires as the haze travels south. In New York and Washington DC, air quality levels improved from hazardous levels for the first time in two days. But unhealthy air quality is forecast to hit...
Cards’ Jordan Montgomery shoots for turnaround vs. Reds
Two months have passed since Jordan Montgomery earned a victory for the St. Louis Cardinals. The 30-year-old left-hander will try
St. Louis City vs. Los Angeles Galaxy 2023 MLS Odds, Time, and Prediction
Despite losing 2-0 to Dallas on Wednesday, St. Louis City is still sitting in the No. 1 position in the Western Conference of the 2023 MLS. The question is how long will these guys stay there? There are several teams breathing by their necks, which is why the new MLS franchise needs to go for a win on Saturday against Los Angeles Galaxy.
Launchcode hires new CEO after staff complaints it had been silent on trans visibility
St. Louis-based coding academy Launchcode has named Julian Nicks as its new CEO. Nicks replaces former CEO Tasmyn Scarl, who recently resigned after two months on the job. Scarl's departure followed a wave of criticism from Launchcode employees and students that the organization had not publicly supported its transgender students and staff on social media.
Microsurfacing Projects Impact Access to Center of Clayton and Parks
The Center of Clayton and Tree Top Playground in Clayton will be limited in access starting June 9 due to microsurfacing projects on Topton Way and Mark Twain Circle. The project will close these streets and the nearby parking lot from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Proposed St. Louis gun ordinance draws mixed reactions from state lawmakers
When St. Louis Alderwoman Cara Spencer introduced an ordinance to stop the open carry of firearms without a concealed carry permit, she mentioned the role the state played to get to this point. “We've pointed our fingers, rightfully so, at the state legislature for disabling cities, specifically the city of...
An Edwardsville service station on historic Route 66 is revived as museum
An Edwardsville service station along the historic Route 66 corridor is getting a second chance at life as a museum and interpretive center. For nearly 40 years, the West End Service Station was a hub on the historic road. The station opened its doors in 1927 as Springer’s Madison Oil Co. on the corner of St. Louis and West streets. The name was later changed to West End Service Station in 1936.
MLB Best Bets: Let’s Ride With Red-Hot Elly De La Cruz and the Reds
The Cincinnati rookie is off to a hot start since being called up and that will continue in St. Louis.
20th Anniversary of Christian Ferguson’s disappearance marks launch of alert system for missing disabled individuals
ST. LOUIS — This weekend, all eyes will be on the 20th anniversary of when Christian Ferguson went missing. In a touching moment, Christian’s mother, Theda Person, has introduced a new medical alert system designed especially for disabled individuals who go missing. The story of Christian Ferguson and the difficulties met by disabled individuals are clearly reflected in the creation of this medical alarm system. This Sunday at 5 p.m., Theda Person will celebrate the memory of her son at the waterfall fountain in the World’s Fair Pavilion. Christian has been missing for 20 years, and sadly, he has never been found. Today is the actual date that he went missing.
Early morning fire damages vacant apartment building in North St. Louis
An early morning fire damaged a vacant two-story apartment building in the Kingsway West neighborhood of North St. Louis. Early morning fire damages vacant apartment building …. An early morning fire damaged a vacant two-story apartment building in the Kingsway West neighborhood of North St. Louis. Police chase on I-70...
St. Louis brothers teach kids life lessons through baseball
Tyrone and Martez are not just umpires. They're brothers. Their job is to call strikes and balls but also to inspire and educate local youth.
Stray Rescue of St. Louis hosting adoption event with Imo's Pizza
Stray Rescue and Imo's Pizza are hosting a pop-up adoption event Saturday. If you adopt a pet that is older than six months, Imo's will cover the adoption fees.
Police chase on I-70 in Lake St. Louis causing traffic delays
Police chase on I-70 in Lake St. Louis causing traffic delays. Police chase on I-70 in Lake St. Louis causing traffic …. Police chase on I-70 in Lake St. Louis causing traffic delays. Early morning fire damages vacant apartment building …. An early morning fire damaged a vacant two-story apartment...
St. Louis Archdiocese settles sexual abuse lawsuit for $1 Million
ST. LOUIS — The archdiocese of St. Louis has agreed to pay roughly one million dollars to settle a sexual abuse lawsuit. That’s according to our partners at the post office. The case involves a man who alleges he was sexually abused as a boy by Gary Wolken, a former priest at Ascension Catholic Church in Chesterfield in the 1990s. He was later sentenced to 15 years in prison. The archdiocese released this statement, saying, in part, “The protection of children and vulnerable adults is our highest priority. We are hopeful that this settlement provides some measure of comfort for the victim and for his family.”
One Tank Trips: Enjoy the outdoors in Innsbrook, Missouri
Summer road trips can be tough on a budget, but we're hitting the road to see where you can go with one tank of gas. Our first stop is Innsbrook, Missouri.
Rotary names scholarship recipients
The Rotary Club of Alton - Godfrey has named its scholarship recipients for the 2022-23 school year. Kennedy Stephens is the 26th Student of the Year. She is the daughter of Kristine and Tony Stephens and is a graduate of Alton High School. Rotarian Ron Mahew tells The Big Z...
Air Quality Alert by NWS
Target Area: Franklin; Jefferson; St. Charles; St. Louis; St. Louis City. The St. Louis Clean Air Partnership has issued an air quality alert for the St. Louis metropolitan area from 10 AM to 8 PM CDT. The air quality forecast has been rated as ORANGE (UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS), indicating that maximum ozone concentrations are expected to pose a health risk. Children, older adults, and people with respiratory problems are at particular risk and are advised to reduce outdoor physical activity. To limit exposure to pollution, people are encouraged to work from home or use public transit instead of driving. Gasoline-powered equipment should be used as little as possible. For more information, visit http://cleanair-stlouis.com/. You can check the current Air Quality Index (AQI) values at https://www.airnow.gov/.
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