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Saint Louis University is riding a 17-game winning steak to a Top 10 rankings.

 

The Billikens have a record of 23-2 and a perfect 10-and-oh in the Atlantic 10. The Bills sit at number 10 in the latest AP poll. Syracuse remains undefeated and still sits atop the poll. SLU heads to George Mason on Wednesday.

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For the eleventh year in-a-row, St. Louis Children's Hospital appears on US News & World Report's list of the best pediatric hospitals in the country.

Children's came in at the sixth spot and was one of only ten hospitals that made the honor roll. The rankings were compiled by assigning rankings to ten medical specialties--Children's was in the top 25 in all ten categories.

The highest ranked specialty for St. Louis Children's Hospital was Neurology and Neurosurgery.

 

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St. Louis has gone to the dogs, but that's is meant as a compliment.

Personal finance website NerdWallet.com listed St. Louis as one of the Ten Best cities to have a dog. The firm's financial analysts considered factors like the number of off-leash dog parks per 100,000 residents, cost of a vet visit, and the walkability score of a city. St. Louis was the top state in the Midwest and seventh nationally.

The entire list can be found at NerdWallet.com.
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St. Louis is for...couples! The Gateway City was named one of the 25 most romantic cities in the nation.

The online restaurant reservation site OpenTable created the rankings. They used factors like the number of restaurants rated romantic by user reviews, percentage of tables reserved for two, and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine's Day. St. Louis was in the ninth spot, while San Antonio, Texas garnered top honors.

Here is the entire list: 1. San Antonio, Texas 2. Austin, Texas 3. Providence, Rhode Island 4. La Jolla, California 5. Columbus, Ohio 6. Salt Lake City, Utah 7. Nashville, Tennessee 8. Louisville, Kentucky 9. St. Louis, Missouri 10. Houston, Texas 11. Dallas, Texas 12. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 13. Richmond, Virginia 14. Raleigh, North Carolina 15. Tampa, Florida 16. San Diego, California 17. Baltimore, Maryland 18. Honolulu, Hawaii 19. Indianapolis, Indiana 20. Brooklyn, New York 21. Pasadena, California 22. Las Vegas, Nevada 23. Phoenix, Arizona 24. Santa Monica, California 25. Portland, Oregon
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