A Heartland city holds claim to a piece of St. Louis Cardinals history not many people know about. Some people in Cairo still remember when the Cardinals, including legend Stan Musial, came to town for spring training in 1943. Allison Twaits talked to some of them today about what they remember. You can click here for the story.
Fans eager to see the Red Sox take on the Cardinals in Game 1 of this year's World Series are shrugging off stepped-up security in a city still reeling from the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
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Today, Mollie Lair looked into a troubling trend among teenage girls. They're posting videos asking the public to determine their beauty. On YouTube we found hundreds of thousands of videos of girls asking, "Am I pretty or ugly?" It's not just the videos, but the feedback from people online that's alarming. You can click here to continue reading.
Hundreds of pets have died and thousands more are sick after eating a brand of jerky treats, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Veterinarians say they see lots of animals with issued they believe might be linked to jerky treats with chicken or duck. Holly Brantley talked to local vet, Dr. Sean Byrd, who said he's long-believed jerky treats caused problems because he sees so many pets with kidney issues.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said some Texas cases in a severe stomach bug outbreak last summer have been linked to Mexican cilantro. The CDC said today that the cilantro from Puebla, Mexico was served at "Mexican-style" restaurants and sold in a single grocery store. They did not identify the Mexican producer, the restaurants or grocery store. You can click here for the story.