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Cardinals beat Royals 6-3

Monday, 27 May 2013 17:45 Published in Sports

 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Yadier Molina homered and drove in four runs to help the St. Louis Cardinals beat the slumping Kansas City Royals 6-3 on Monday.

 

   Molina hit a two-run homer in the first, doubled home a run in the third and his sacrifice fly in the fourth scored Pete Kozma.

 

   While the Cardinals own the best road record, 19-9, in the majors, the Royals dropped their ninth straight home game - one shy of the franchise record set last year.

 

   The anticipated pitcher's duel between Adam Wanwright and James Shields failed to materialize.

 

   Wainwright (7-3), who had given up 12 hits in 22 1-3 innings in his previous three starts, allowed 12 hits, the most he has allowed in a game since Sept. 14, 2010 against the Chicago Cubs.

 

   Shields (2-6) yielded nine hits and season-highs of six runs and five walks in six innings to lose his fourth straight start.

Charges are filed against the former police officer who shot a man during an argument last night.

James Little faces several charges including 1st degree murder for shooting and killing Will Dupree. St. Louis Police say Little was dropping his child off at the home of the child's mother. That is when Little and Dupree started arguing. The incident escalated and Little allegedly shot Dupree several times.

Dupree was pronounced dead that scene. Little once served as a police officer, but left the force in 2007.

Car crashes into North St. Louis home

Monday, 27 May 2013 15:56 Published in Local News

A scary Memorial Day for one elderly north St. Louis resident.

Around 10 this morning, a car crashed through the front wall of a 72-year-old woman's home. Two passengers in the car were injured, but the homeowner was uninjured. KSDK reports that rescue crews noticed the smell of natural gas and Laclede Gas employees shut off the home's supply.

The home has been deemed uninhabitable by city officials and the woman will have to stay with her daughter while repairs are performed. No word on why the car lost control and hit the house.

 

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