Third Mo. Man Charged with Posting Threats to Attack College CampusTyler Bradenberg, 19, allegedly posted, ``I'm gonna shoot up this school,'' on an anonymous messaging app Wednesday.
Yik Yak: Students Accused of Posting Threats Against BlacksIt's been used by students at dozens of campuses to make offensive comments and threaten violence, and in those cases, the posters have been tracked down and arrested.
Top 5: Recap of NCAA's Recent MishapsControversy in college sports is a more predictable occurrence than Taylor Swift’s next breakup single.
5 Best Football Games To Watch On The Rams Bye WeekThe Rams will put its helmets on the shelf this week, but take this time to diversify your grasp of the gridiron and give another team some recognition.
Illinois Manufacturers Campaign for High School Students to Join Workforce"It's been difficult because colleges and universities, counselors and parents have directed most folks, most young people to go get a four-year degree," Vichitvongsa says.
Official: At Least 7 Dead, 20 Hurt in Oregon ShootingThe shooting happened at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, about 180 miles south of Portland.
Champaign Police Revive 11-Year-Old Stun Gun RequestPolice Chief Anthony Cobb says that improved technology has made the weapons safe.
STL Ranks 32nd in Cities Recovered After RecessionPersonal finance website WalletHub, examined the most and least recession recovered cities.
U.S. News: Wash U Tied at No. 15 Best College in U.S.Wash U was tied with Cornell and Vanderbilt University in the Rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
Party on, Abe: Illinois Named Top Party School in the USThe University of Illinois stakes claim to 23 Nobel Prize winners and tech prowess that contributed to the creation of YouTube, Netscape, Java and Yelp.
McCaskill Calls for Advocacy Group in Jefferson CityU.S. Senator Claire McCaskill is calling for an advocacy group in Jefferson City to help interns handle sexual harassment from lawmakers.
Some Immigrant Students Face Doubt Over Missouri College AidWith the fall semester set to begin in weeks for many Missouri colleges and universities, students whose parents brought them illegally to the U.S. still face uncertainty regarding financial aid for the upcoming school year.