Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Kirkwood's Lauryn MillerKirkwood looks to return to the Missouri state final this year, with the help of its UCLA-bound senior forward.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Colleen Quigley, Nerinx HallShe represented the US in Rio this summer, now she's back in town to make sure the current Nerinx girls know what it takes to get there.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Fall Season Throwback EditionAlthough it isn't just about winning, we've featured some pretty successful teams this season.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Dave Robben, Oakville SoccerRobben was the goalie on some of the country's best soccer teams of the 1960s, now he has built one of the best soccer programs in St. Louis.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Parkway Central TennisThe team district championship came down to the final match, and it was unlike anything sophomore Zoe Hahn had experienced.
Local Therapist Wants Positive Billboard Image for TeensA Clinical Therapist says too many teenagers in north St. Louis County are battling negative images of girls and she wants to do something about it.
Wrongful Death Suits Filed in Fatal Crash for Woman, GirlsThe lawsuit alleges that MoDOT was negligent in failing to install a cable barrier along U.S. 61 where a woman and her two daughters were killed.
3 Hillsboro School Board Members ResignA special meeting was called by the Hillsboro Board of Education at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.
Over 150 Students Walk Out Of School To Protest Transgender Teen Using Girls' Locker RoomOver 150 Missouri high school students voiced their displeasure about a transgender teen using the girl’s locker room by walking out of class.
Police: No Abduction Attempt In MascoutahPolice say the two girls who reported that a man had attempted to grab one of them recanted the story Friday morning.
Missing Rolla Girls May Be Heading Towards St. LouisPolice: The pair could be meeting up with someone involved in "criminal activity".
Urban League's Save Our Sons Has Some Asking, What About Our Daughters?McGhee readily agrees that African-American boys need what she calls a "sacred space" with consistent mentoring, but she's quick to add that we can't alienate girls.