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DETROIT (AP) -- Magnus Paarjarvi, Barret Jackman, Kevin Shattenkirk and Jay Bouwmeester scored to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Monday night.
 
Alex Steen added two assists and Jaroslav Halak made 22 saves for the Blues, who had lost their previous two games.
 
Gustav Nyquist scored for Detroit. Jimmy Howard stopped 22 shots before being replaced by Petr Mrazek midway through the second period because of a lower-body injury. Mrazek made 13 saves.
 
Jackman and Shattenkirk scored 1:20 apart early in the second period to put the Blues up 3-1.
 
Jackman broke a 1-1 tie with a screened one-time shot from the high slot at 1:01 of the middle period with the teams playing 4-on-4. It was Jackman's third goal of the season.
 
Shattenkirk's goal was on the power play and came on a screened shot from the left point 2:21 into the period. It was Shattenkirk's seventh goal.
 
Bouwmeester got his fourth goal, 2:14 into the third, when his shot from the left point went in off the Red Wings' Riley Sheahan.
 
The game was tied at 1 after the first 20 minutes despite St. Louis outshooting Detroit 18-7.
 
Paarjarvi opened the scoring with 8:47 left in the opening period when he banked one in off Howard's leg on a wraparound from behind the net. It was Paarjarvi's fourth goal.
 
Nyquist's power-play goal tied the game with 27 seconds remaining in the first. He controlled and put in a loose puck during a goalmouth scramble for Nyquist's sixth goal and his first in nine games.
 
NOTE: C Darren Helm returned for Detroit after missing 18 of the past 19 games with shoulder and groin injuries. ... St. Louis defenseman Ian Cole is from Ann Arbor, Mich. ... The Red Wings were without C Pavel Datsyuk (lower body), RW Johan Franzen (post-concussion syndrome), RW Daniel Alfredsson (back spasms), D Jonathan Ericsson (ribs), C Joakim Andersson (back), C Cory Emmerton (finger) and G Jonas Gustavsson (groin). ... Blues RW Ryan Reaves celebrated his 27th birthday.
 
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is asking the Legislature for $10 million to renovate a hospital for classes at Lincoln University.
 
Nixon says the project will allow the state capital's historically black college to expand its nursing and culinary programs.
 
The proposed funds would let the state acquire and renovate St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City. The hospital is moving to a new site at the end of this year.
 
The governor has previously said he would recommend a $36 million increase for all of Missouri's public universities and colleges for the fiscal year beginning in July. He has also urged the four-year institutions, including Lincoln, to freeze undergraduate tuition for the next academic year.
 
Nixon will present his entire budget plan Tuesday before his State of the State address.
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The weather may be pleasant Monday afternoon, but that is about to change.

 

Snow is expected to arrive late tonight with some areas seeing up to two inches of snow. Temperatures are also expected to drop, with wind chills as low as ten-below Tuesday.

 

In anticipation of the weather, St. Louis street crews are already out treating the pavement. 

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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Hundreds gather in St. Louis to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for equality, even as disparities still exist.
 
King's life was celebrated Monday at the Old Courthouse in downtown St. Louis, the same building where slaves waged a legal battle for freedom more than 160 years ago.
 
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that speakers cited progress, but said disparities in education, jobs and poverty based on race still remain.
 
The crowd in the rotunda at the historic building was among the largest in several years, spilling out onto Market Street. After hearing speeches, the crowd marched through downtown to an interfaith service at Powell Hall.
 
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