The St. Louis Rams will open the 2014 season at home against the Minnesota Vikings on September 7th.
The 2014 schedule released Wednesday also shows the Rams will play two prime-time games at the Edward Jones Dome. They'll host the San Francisco 49ers for a Monday night game in Week 6 and the Arizona Cardinals for a Thursday night contest in Week 15.
Week four is the Rams' bye week.
For the fourth time in five years, the Rams will close out the season in Seattle.
Here's a link to the Ram's 2014 schedule.
The Rams have also announced dates and times for preseason games. They host the Saints Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. and the Packers Aug. 16 at 3 p.m., with night games Aug. 23 at Cleveland and Aug. 28 at Miami.
One armed robbery suspect is custody, another is in the hospital after police shot the suspect.
St. Louis County Police confirm that two suspects had tried to rob the "Check 'n Go" in the 600 block of Gravois Bluffs about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Police were in the area and responded to the call. Officers confronted the suspects as they left the check cashing store.
When officers apprehended the suspects, one pulled a gun and the officer shot him.
That suspect was taken to the hospital by ambulance. His condition isn't known.
The other suspect was taken into custody.
There's no word on any other injuries.
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 15:34 Published in Local News
The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned 30 years of precedent with a ruling that gives greater legal protections to injured workers who are fired from their jobs.
In a 5-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that employees no longer have to prove that workers' compensation claims were the exclusive factor for their dismissal in order to win lawsuits claiming retaliation.
Instead, the court said employees must show only that workers' compensation claims were a contributing factor in their subsequent dismissal from their job.
State law does not explicitly set forth a standard of proof in such lawsuits, but the exclusive cause standard had been adopted by the state Supreme Court in 1984. Since then, all of the judges on the Supreme Court have changed.