St. Louis Takes Top Prize in Crime…Again.

If you didn’t like the last 34 stories about how St. Louis ranks high in crime rate, well guess what?! Still true. Maybe you should move. Don’t move to Camden, NJ though. They are the only place worse than us. Which means the worst has happened…freaking Detroit did better than us in this list. Super. Weak. The newly release book “City Crime Rankings 2009-2010” not only has a great catchy little title, but also lots and lots of PDFs with numbers and letters on them, all saying St. [Read More]

St. Louis is Looking For 24 of You, and It Will Find You

According to the Globe-Democrat, managed to kill 24 less people in 2009 than in 2008. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department reported there were 143 homicides recorded in the city for 2009. That’s 24 fewer than the 167 homicides reported in the city during 2008. Police departments record crimes such as homicides that become part of the FBI’s Uniform Crime statistics 24 of you got away…and St. Louis pissed. [Read More]

2009: Our Most Popular Posts

Though we didn’t start until a little after the new year with Punching Kitty, and of course, there was our little multi-month, unplanned “break,” we’ve had a good first year here. Here, in order of most page views, are our most popular stories: Breaking: KFNS Producer Arrested on Rape Charges Update on the KFNS Producer Arrested on Rape Charges When You Account for the Season, the Cardinals Aren’t All That Cheap Free Beer for Ladies: August Busch IV is Back on the Market Is This the Final Goodbye From The Bull’s Craig Cornett? [Read More]

The St. Louis Spring 2009 Radio Ratings are In

Real quick review for those that may have forgotten or never heard of it: Radio is the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below those of visible light.[1] Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass through the air and the vacuum of space. Information is carried by systematically changing (modulating) some property of the radiated waves, such as amplitude, frequency, or phase. [Read More]