Missouri

(St. Louis, MO) -- Budweiser is out and Heineken is in at Major League Soccer games. The league inked a four-year sponsorship deal with the beer maker. According to the "Wall Street Journal," Heineken will pay more than 40-million dollars for the title of "official beer of MLS"...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Social media could have nearly one-and-a-half-million posts from fans who were at Busch Stadium for the first two games of the NLCS. AT&T reported the mobile network at the stadium handled just under 500 gigabytes of data during the Cardinals-Giants games...
(St. Louis, MO) -- People looking to get a city job in St. Louis won't have to disclose whether they have a felony conviction in their past. Mayor Slay and State Senator Jamilah Nasheed pushed to have the question removed from applications. In announcing the change today, Slay...
(Kansas City, MO) -- The Orioles and Royals will try again to play Game Three of the American League Championship Series after it was rained out last night in Kansas City. Orioles manager Buck Showalter doesn't think the rainout will be beneficial to cooling off the red-hot...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Police in Ferguson, Missouri arrest dozens of people as protests of the deadly police shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown continue. Police arrested at least 50 protesters in the St. Louis suburb during civil disobedience demonstrations Monday. Many...
(Kansas City, MO) -- The Orioles and Royals will try again to play Game Three of the American League Championship Series after it was rained out last night in Kansas City. Former Oriole Jeremy Guthrie is slated to start for Kansas City, while Baltimore will send Wei-Yin Chen to...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Dozens of arrests are reported in Ferguson, Missouri as protests of the deadly police shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown continue. Protest organizer Kennard Williams is urging protestors to remain peaceful. At least 50 protesters were arrested Monday...
(Ferguson, MO) -- The Ferguson City Council will change its venue for its meeting tonight. The aldermen had their two previous sessions at local churches to accommodate large crowds. The deadly shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson Officer Daren Wilson sparked the interest of...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Two St. Louis men face criminal offenses for allegedly damaging police cars during last Thursday's protests. Police say Tray Draper and Johnathon Luebbert are both charged with first degree property damage. Luebbert is also charged with resisting arrest. Last...