If you’re feeling tired due to the daylight savings shift, you’re not alone. One researcher at Washington University says the time change may cause more problems than it solves.
Erik Herzog studies the biological clocks of mammals. He says several studies have shown that daylight saving is hard on us humans, especially the “spring ahead.” Effects like sleep deprivation result in increased traffic accidents for three days after the time change.
HANNIBAL, Mo. – Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster – now running for governor -- dove straight into the health-care debate Saturday when he attacked his former Republican colleagues for opposing Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act.
“The Affordable Care Act was a Republican idea, for goodness sakes,” Koster declared. “They’re just pissed that we stole it.”
Ragtime pianist and scholar Trebor Tichenor passed away last month after a stroke. He was 74. Longtime St. Louis Public Radio listeners may remember his weekly program “Ragophile” that aired on the station in the 1970s and ‘80s.
We dedicated the entire hour of Cityscape today to remembering Tichenor with his son Andy Tichenor and fellow band members Don Franz and Al Stricker.
For Michael Shah of the Drug Enforcement Agency, children should have no expectation of privacy. That’s an especially important attitude for parents worried about their kids using heroin.
During a speech before the Madison County heroin task force in Edwardsville on Friday, Shah said that parents shouldn’t be shy about looking through their children’s stuff – including their cars or their dirty clothes. Anything, he said, to detect heroin use as early as possible.
Interstate 64 in St. Louis will be closed in both directions between Kingshighway and Forest Park Avenue starting at 8 p.m. tonight (Friday). That includes eastbound highway ramps from McCausland Avenue to Papin Street and westbound ramps from Grand Avenue to Pine Street.
Missouri Department of Transportation engineer Deanna Venker said road crews will be working through the weekend on building a new interchange at Tower Grove and Boyle avenues.
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Down Memory Lane
It's always fun to take a photographic stroll down Memory Lane, especially when the photos show, as these do, dramatic shifts over time.