Mehlville School District Mourns Loss of Another StudentA local school district is mourning the loss of another student - this time it is 10-year-old Nolan McCabe.
University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby's Honorary DegreeUniversity of Missouri System President Mun Choi wants the university to rescind an honorary degree given to Bill Cosby nearly 20 years ago.
Missouri College Buildings Evacuated After Package FoundCampus spokesman Andrew Careaga says the package was discovered in front of a door of the reactor about 3:45 p.m.
University of Missouri President Talks Enrollment, ImagePresident Mun Choi said the university should target high achievers to increase graduation rates and raise its profile as a top university.
Missouri High School Teacher Admits Having Sex with StudentCalvin Thomas Jr., a former special needs teacher at Hollister High School, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of second-degree statutory rape.
Lawmakers Wonder if Greitens Will Call for Second Special SessionGov. Greitens told the Associated Press after the first special session ended that he might consider a second special session to take up unfinished business.
Video Games Can Improve Academic Success, Study FindsAccording to a new study, video games can improve communication skills, resourcefulness and adaptability.
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.
Hazelwood Teachers Vote to Accept New ContractThere were 374 teachers that voted to accept the new contract under protest.
MU Sees Effects of Declining Enrollment in ColumbiaThe University of Missouri in Columbia is seeing the negative effects of budget cuts and declining enrollment.
University of Missouri-Columbia to Cut 12 Percent of BudgetThe interim chancellor of the University of Missouri in Columbia campus is planning a 12-percent budget cut from all schools, colleges and divisions on that campus in fiscal year 2018.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass $3.4B in Basic Aid For K-12 SchoolsGreitens recommended a slight increase, but his plan would have fallen about $45 million short of the law's funding target.