St. Louis and Pacific Teens Kill 87 Year Old Woman

Two teens, one from St. Louis and one from Pacific are facing numerous charges after a car chase leaves one person dead and two others injured. Police were looking for 18 year old William Gallagher and the 16 year old Pacific girl when the two suspects were spotted in St. Louis Tuesday afternoon. Franklin County deputies have been looking for the pacific teen for some time. According to St. Louis police, Gallagher fled a traffic stop before hitting a car with three people inside, including an 87-year-old woman identified as Virginia Bedrosian. The suspect then attempted to escape on foot, but was captured by police after a short pursuit in the area. The 16-year-old girl was also arrested at the scene. She was taken to the hospital then transferred over to juvenile authorities.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

5 days 12 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Senior Baseball Player Spencer Juergens from St. Francis Borgia Regional High School in Washington. Spencer is the Ace of the pitching staff with a 4-0 record. He has given up just one run this season and currently sports an earned run average of .33. Spencer has allowed 11 hits in 21 innings but no extra base hits. He has struck out 16 while walking two for a strike out to walk ratio of 8.1.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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Recently released statistics show that immigration to the United States has accounted for 82% of the population growth over the past 8 years.

This may be an alarming fact to a number of people, especially conservatives who do not trust President Obama on this issue. The fact is, however, that this trend has been going on for decades.

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SPORTS CORNER

3 hours 30 min ago

The Wild established the upper hand in a back-and-forth series with a 4-1 win over the Blues at the Scottrade Center. After the Blues took an early lead, the Wild reeled off four goals. Marco Scandella tied it in the first, and then Nino Niederreiter and Mikko Koivu lit the lamp in the second to put Minnesota up for good. Charlie Coyle iced the cake in the final period, and Devan Dubnyk made 36 saves as the Wild lead the series, 3-2.