Top St. Louis news: Musicians car burglarized, instruments stolen; Cards beat Braves, advance; more

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Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in St. Louis.

Stanley Cup surprises St. Louis area veterans

Karl Lund with Greater St. Louis Honor Flight and the USO brought the Cup to Soldiers Memorial Military Museum.

Read the full story on KDSK.

Is St. Louis County ready to give up its problem animal shelter?

Would anyone like to adopt the St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center? It is about eight years old, filled with adorable animals, and its current owner, the county's Department of Public Health, is looking more and more like it doesn't want the hassle that comes with directing one of the largest open-admission animal shelters in the region. 

Read the full story on Riverfront Times.

St. Louis musician's car burglarized, valuable gear and instruments stolen

Last week, St. Louis-based multi-instrumentalist and music instructor Syrhea Conaway's car was burglarized in midtown, with multiple instruments and pieces of sound equipment stolen. 

Read the full story on Riverfront Times.

Circumstances surrounding Frank Meyer's death 'suspicious'

Authorities in St. Louis County say they're investigating suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Makinen man.

Read the full story on CBS Minnesota.

St. Louis Cardinals rout Atlanta Braves 13-1 in winner-take-all Game 5, advance to NL Championship Series

The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves 13-1 in the winner-take-all Game 5, advancing to the National League Championship Series.

Read the full story on The Seattle Times.

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