Tuesday, April 7: Morning's Newz


It's election day in St. Louis and other locales. Election officials in St. Louis are predicting low turnouts, which should help the incumbent mayor -- Francis Slay -- topple Maida Coleman. Meanwhile, in Town & Country alderman John Hoffmann fights the good fight against incumbent mayor Jon Dalton.

The trial involving Lewis Greenberg and his eccentric lawn art in Ballwin gets underway today.

The Missouri Highway Patrol has re-assigned the official who circulated a controversial memo in February linking Libertarians and conservatives to militia members and domestic terrorists.

In sports the Cardinals officially crapped the bed yesterday, giving up four runs in the ninth inning to lose to the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-6.

It's April 7 a.k.a. No Housework Day -- a holiday I try to observe each and every day.


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