Former Cardinals Larry Walker, Mark McGwire, Lee Smith and Mike Timlin await the announcement of today's National Baseball Hall of... more
The Blues scored three times in the second to secure a 5-2 win over the Oilers at Rexall Place. Maxim Lapierre, David Backes and Vladimir Tarasenko all found the back of the net as St.
Six more Blues players will be playing hockey at next month's Winter Olympics.
Jordair Jett had 31 points to power Saint Louis in a 59-58 win over Rhode Island last night on the road. Jett hit two free throws with seven seconds left to seal the victory... more
Missouri is on its home floor tonight as the Tigers host Georgia. It's the SEC opener for both teams, with tip-off at Mizzou Arena set for 7 p.m.
Missouri running back Henry Josey is passing up his senior season to enter the NFL Draft.
Missouri is fifth in the final "USA Today" top-25 college football poll of the season.
The St. Louis Blues begin a three-game Canadian road trip tonight in Edmonton against the Oilers. The Blues improved to 29-7-and-5 on Saturday with a win over the Blue Jackets.
The Cardinals have a new outfielder on their 40-man roster. The Cards claimed 22-year-old Rafael Ortega Monday after he was placed on waivers by the Rangers last week.
The season isn't over yet for two Missouri football players. Offensive lineman Justin Britt and defensive back E. J.
The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Lauren Gerlemann from New Haven High School.
Our nation's founders were well versed in the lessons of the history that preceded them. They knew of power's natural tendency to escalate into greater power.
So they included the Bill of Rights, based on the notion of individual self-determination.
Never talk about Sex, Religion or Politics.
Honey draws more flies than vinegar.
These adages seem to have gone by the wayside in today's world of the social-network connected.
Intolerance and groupthink are not the domain of a single party, candidate or ideology.