ST. LOUIS — Relatives of a 58-year-old Missouri park worker who died of complications from the tick-borne Bourbon virus want to warn the public about the illness. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that after Tamela Wilson had worked at Meramec State Park, which is located about 60 miles southwest of St. Louis, near the town...
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- Man dies after contracting dangerous tick-borne illness
By Associated Press - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
- Time capsule found in Confederate monument
By Yaron Steinbuch - Friday Jun 30, 2017
Workers removing a controversial Confederate monument in a St. Louis park made an “Indiana Jones”-like discovery — a time capsule hidden inside the 103-year-old granite landmark. Mark Trout, director of the Missouri Civil War Museum, told Fox 2 St. Louis that workers dismantling the last pieces of the 38-foot-tall monument popped loose the waterlogged, sealed...
- SUV Crashes Through Roof of St. Louis Home
Monday Jul 17, 2017
The driver of an SUV was taken to hospital in critical condition after crashing through the roof of a home in St. Louis. The homeowner was not in at the time.
- St Louis drops minimum wage by more than $2
By email@example.com (Fox News Online) - Saturday Jul 8, 2017
- Chess legend Kasparov picks St. Louis competition for return
By JIM SALTER, Associated Press - Saturday Jul 15, 2017
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Chess legend Garry Kasparov didn't need any arm-twisting to be persuaded to return to competition next month in St. Louis.[...] it was Kasparov's idea.Kasparov became world champion at age 22 in 1985 and held that position until 2000.Since he retired from competition he has been politically active in his native Russia.Though the St. Louis event will mark his return to competitive chess, he has remained an advocate for the sport and has played in exhibition matches, including at the St. Louis club last year.
- Michael Conforto wishes there were more Mets at All-Star Game
By Ken Davidoff - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
MIAMI — For Michael Conforto, one is the loneliest number. It’s also the most apt digit. The outfielder is the Mets’ only player at the All-Star Game at Marlins Park on Tuesday. This is his first Midsummer Classic. And he played in just one game, Sunday in St. Louis, after coming off the disabled list...