High Noon Five: Low Water, No Farm Bill And The MO Worship Law. Go Cards!

Oct 2, 2012

Low water levels on the Mississippi River are forcing commodities off of barges and onto trucks and trains. And the Chicago Sun Times Kara Spak reports consumers will feel the pinch.

The Associated Press reports a federal judge will not issue a preliminary injunction to block enforcement of a Missouri law that makes it a misdemeanor crime to disturb worship services.

The Farm Bill expires, and The Southeast Missourian's Melissa Miller reports dairy farmers are left in the lurch. 

The St. Louis Beacon's Jo Mannies writes about Claire McCaskill and Todd Akin's attempts to focus on each others' differences.

And the St. Louis Cardinals go for a post-season berth this evening. They take on the Cincinnati Reds.