Bad news for Lionel Messi fans, hoping to see him play at Busch Stadium next week.
The Argentinian start suffered an injury over the weekend and he will miss at least six weeks. Messi was supposed to take part in a match between Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina November 18.
Tickets to Monday’s match start at $40 and can be found at cardinals.com/soccer, the Busch Stadium box office and at (314)-345-9000.
This is the second soccer match at Busch Stadium. The first was a 4-3 for Manchester City of Chelsea. Over 48,000 attended that game.
NEW MADRID, Mo. (AP) - Charges are expected soon against a woman accused of stealing a Missouri State Highway Patrol car and ramming it into two sheriff's department cars.
The Sikeston Standard Democrat reports that New Madrid County officers were called Nov. 5 to a truck stop on a report that a woman was acting strangely. Officers determined the 24-year-old woman did nothing wrong.
A short time later, officers found the same woman in a vehicle parked on an overpass. She was handcuffed and placed in a Highway Patrol car.
Sheriff Terry Stevens says the woman got out of the handcuffs and stole the patrol car. She rammed a deputy's car as she drove away and another during the chase. The pursuit ended when the patrol car became stuck in a field.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The health care law's seemingly endless problems are giving congressional Republicans a much-needed boost by helping them move past the government shutdown debacle and focus on a theme for the 2014 elections.
Republicans' approval ratings plunged during last month's partial shutdown and worrisome talk of a possible U.S. debt default.
Now the GOP is back on offense.
Republicans pillory administration officials at congressional hearings.
They note that millions of people are losing their medical insurance despite President Barack Obama's promise that it wouldn't happen.
And they point to the program's flawed enrollment process.
Conservative groups are pouring money into ad campaigns reminding voters that many Democrats had promised that Americans could keep their current insurance policies.
These groups are especially targeting Democratic senators facing tough races next year.