UPDATED: Schools Closed Due to Power OutagesSchool closings for Friday, May 19.
Hazelwood School District Lifts Student SuspensionsA dozen seniors who faced the prospect of not being allowed to walk during Saturday's graduation may return for rehearsal Friday.
Manhunt Ends; Hillsboro R-3 School District Lifts LockdownAll school facilities have been placed on a modified lockdown, after reports of an armed gunman in the area shooting at police.
Marian Middle School Opens STEM Innovation CenterA teacher's request to students to measure the book shelves for the library turned into the Marian Middle School Berges Family Innovation Center.
Church Offers Sanctuary for Suspended Hazelwood West StudentsChurch officials said if seniors aren't allowed to take part in Saturday's ceremony, they'll host their own ceremony for banned students.
Mizzou Basketball Roster Boosts Season Ticket SalesIn the midst of layoffs and enrollment declines, there is some good news coming out of the University of Missouri - Columbia.
Hazelwood Teachers Vote to Accept New ContractThere were 374 teachers that voted to accept the new contract under protest.
University of Missouri to Cut 400 Positions Amid Budget WoesInterim Chancellor Garnett Stokes spoke about the cuts with faculty, students and staff at a campus forum Monday.
Early Education Funding Could Break State BudgetsIncreased funding for public education is expected to be a boon to early childhood programs in Missouri.
Jennings Students Take First Steps Up the Corporate LadderNot only did the four students get to see the big apple, they got to present their ideas to a room full of CEOs and corporate executives.
MU Sees Effects of Declining Enrollment in ColumbiaThe University of Missouri in Columbia is seeing the negative effects of budget cuts and declining enrollment.
Air Force General Speaks at Webster University GraduationAir Force General Paul Selva, vice chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, put a spin on an old Winston Churchill message.