The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, who has some wild photos of the police chase, reports the animals escaped through an unsecured door at the Star Parking Co about 1 p.m. Thursday. News 4 reported that a herd of cattle escaped from star packing company, located in the 3800 block of Cote Brilliante.
A heifer bursts through an iron fence Thursday at the Little Sisters of the Poor in St. Louis. Officers were seen holding tranquilizer rifles.
A small herd of cattle ran through the streets of St. Louis, Missouri Thursday after breaking free from a slaughterhouse. Police eventually rounded them up in several different areas of the city.
Susie Coston, the director of Farm Sanctuary, a New York-based animal rescue organization said: 'It's just so incredibly sad. The slaughterhouse's owner says those rescue groups can have the cattle, if the price is right.
Gilbert Baker, creator of the rainbow flag, dead at 65
Gilber Baker , the creator of the iconic rainbow flag that has become a widely recognised symbol of LGBT rights, has died . He served in the US Army 1970-1972, which stationed him in San Francisco just at the start of the gay liberation movement.
Top seeds Gonzaga, North Carolina reach national title game
Pinson made a free throw for UNC before Bell answered with three free throws for the Ducks to get within 72-67 with 3:30 to play. But I told him, 'Buddy, you got 16 rebounds, we wouldn't have been in this position if it hadn't been for you, '" said Altman.