Last Pevely Dairy Building to be DemolishedThe last iconic building in the Pevely dairy complex is coming down.
Webster University Adjunct Prof Dead After Collapsing During LectureUniversity spokesman Patrick Giblin says Renee Hirshfield, who would have turned 67 next Monday, was administered CPR by a student as soon as she collapsed around 9:30 a.m., but she couldn't be revived.
East St. Louis School Brings Coding to CurriculumOne East St. Louis elementary school is breaking tradition with their new coding classes for students of all ages.
A Muppet with Autism To Be Welcomed Soon on 'Sesame Street'Folks on Sesame Street have a way of making everyone feel accepted. That certainly goes for Julia, a Muppet youngster with blazing red hair, bright green eyes and autism.
Maryville Expands Cyber Security Program with PNC GrantPNC bank just gave Maryville University a $450 thousand grant to provide non-profit agencies with free cyber security help.
SLU Med School Placed On ProbationSLU Medical School dean Kevin Behrens says the school takes ownership of the issues, and emphasizes it remains accredited in the meantime.
Missouri University's Handling of Rape Cases Under Scrutiny``I came today because I'm a female, and I want to know what is being done to protect me as I walk on this campus,'' junior Sabrina Norris said.
Mo. Community Colleges Create Workforce Development NetworkLeaders from the colleges have developed what they call the Missouri Community College Workforce Development Network.
Online High School Aims to Increase Graduation RatesThe new program is operated jointly by St. Louis Public Schools and SLATE, the city's job agency.
Harris Stowe President Meets with the White HouseThe president of Harris Stowe state University says he feels good about his visit to the White House.
UM System Will End Incentives Program for AdministratorsMissouri System President Mun Choi made the announcement Friday after an audit found that top administrators had received $1.2 million in bonuses from an executive incentives program over the last three years.
Southeast Missouri State University Confirms 29 Mumps CasesSEMO is reporting 29 confirmed cases of mumps, and officials say the number is expected to grow.