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ST. LOUIS – David Eckstein received a 25-second standing ovation Monday when he batted in the second inning in his return to Busch Stadium, and he would have returned the favor if he could.
ST. LOUIS - Yankic Perreault scored his seventh goal in eight games to lead Phoenix to a 2-1 victory over St. Louis on Saturday night.
ST. LOUIS - From the moment Kurt Warner took the field for the first time Sunday — waving to a crowd of 65,750 at the Edward Jones Dome that showered him with warm applause — to his final touchdown pass to Larry Fitzgerald that wrapped up a Cardinals victory, the homecoming was perfect.
Kurt Warner lit up his former team Sunday, throwing for 285 yards and three touchdowns in the Cardinals’ 38-28 win over the Rams in St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS - A beer claiming to be the original ‘‘Budweiser’’ will soon be sold in the shadow of Anheuser-Busch Cos., maker of the better-known beer of the same name.
It is fitting that, as they approach their last stand in 2004, the St. Louis Rams play the NFL franchise that used to make its home under the Arch.
ST. LOUIS — An employee of a St. Louis manufacturing plant walked in with an assault rifle and a handgun on Thursday morning and opened fire, killing at least three people and wounding five others, authorities said.
A St. Louis-based business bank quietly entered the East Valley earlier this month by acquiring Valley Capital Bank in Mesa.
In this photo provided by the Maplewood Fire Department in Maplewood, Mo., 22-year-old paramedic/firefighter Ryan Hummert is seen in an undated photo. Hummert was shot to death as he exited a Maplewood fire truck after it arrived on the scene of a car fire which resulted in a standoff with a gunman.
IIlya Bryzgalov finally solved the St. Louis Blues. Bryzgalov stopped 35 shots for his second shutout of the season and fourth of his career, and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the St. Louis Blues 2-0 Sunday at Jobing.com Arena.
The defensive back “has a lot of love” for the receiver he’ll be trying to tackle today. In return, the receiver says the defensive back he’ll be trying to beat today is “someone I have admired for a long time.”
EYE ON THE BALL: Torry Holt of the Rams, left, brother of Cardinals defensive back Terrence Holt, tips the ball before scoring on a 67-yard TD catch at Seattle last season.
SAN FRANCISCO - Randy Johnson will start on Tuesday in St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS - Edgerrin James ran the ball most of the time, and then Marcel Shipp came in to score the touchdowns. And that was fine with James. “I told Shipp to go get all the touchdowns,” James said. “I want to get some yards.”
ST. LOUIS - The governor sent in the National Guard to evacuate people from their sweltering homes Thursday after storms knocked out power to nearly half a million St. Louis-area households and businesses in the middle of a searing heat wave that has killed at least 17 people across the country.
ST. LOUIS - National Guard members fanned out through darkened city streets, clearing debris and looking for residents who needed help evacuating their sweltering homes after storms knocked out power during a deadly heat wave.
"Kurt wasn’t just an athlete playing for our Rams, he was an incredible human being who shared his dream with all of us. We felt like we knew him because, well, we probably did." — excerpt from a letter to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in June 2004, after the Rams released Kurt Warner.
ST. LOUIS - Two hip-hop radio personalities have been suspended for an on-air discussion of ways to fight police officers - comments made not long after an officer was slain.
ST. LOUIS - Ilya Bryzgalov and the Phoenix Coyotes beat St. Louis for the fourth time this season and second in less than a week, 2-1 Thursday night.
BLOCKING DRILL: Coyotes captain Shane Doan, left, tries to get past the Blues’ Andy McDonald during Thursday’s game.
ST. LOUIS – Tim Hightower has two 100-yard rushing games in his career. Both have come in St. Louis.
The 1904 World's Fair was the biggest thing going in its day. It's certainly the most exciting thing in the Smith children's world in "Meet Me In St. Louis" - at least until their father announces the family must move. The musical based on the 1944 MGM movie classic that starred Judy Garland follows the upper-middle-class Midwestern family as they face change and the dawn of a new century.