SLPL Systems Back to Normal For Check Outs, ReturnsSt. Louis Public Library Executive Director Waller McGuire says the virus that was planted from someone 'overseas' never touched patrons personal information.
Libraries Kick-Off 'Sensory Story Time' for Kids with AutismCurrent studies show one in every 45 children are diagnosed somewhere on the spectrum.
Missouri State Dealing with Bats in ClassroomsThe university's working to ensure all bats have been removed.
County Library Upgrades Halfway FinishedThis week's reopening of St. Louis County Library's Oak Bend Branch means the $120 million renovation project is halfway done.
University of Missouri Loses Library Science AccreditationCurrent students graduating through 2017 will still get degrees with accredited status.
Stadium or Not, North Riverfront Plan Moves ForwardYou can get a look at their work during the open house from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Central Library at 13th and Olive.
Ferguson Municipal Public Library Named 2015 Library of the YearIn Ferguson, when local schools delayed opening due to the riots, the library created an ad-hoc school with grade-appropriate programs staffed by volunteers and teachers.
Lewis & Clark Library Stained Glass Windows Have A FuturePart of the effort to save the old branch of the Lewis & Clark library in north St. Louis County was to keep the historic stained glass windows depicting the westward journey of Lewis & Clark from being destroyed, as well.
City Shuts Down 9-Year-Old's 'Free Little Library' On Front Lawn For Violating OrdinanceCity officials shut down a 9-year-old’s “free little library” a week after he set it up on his front lawn because it violated an ordinance.
Cleanup of Missouri's 600,000 Moldy Books BeginsMizzou begins their moldy cleanup by renting a former design showroom to store about 600,000 books to be cleaned and restored.
Iowa Library Finds World War I Posters In Attic A northwest Iowa library is displaying what staff believe are original World War I-era posters hidden for decades in the building's attic.
Convicted Mizzou Library Arsonist to Represent SelfA man convicted of setting a fire that caused $1 million in damage to the University of Missouri's Ellis Library has been granted permission by a federal judge to represent himself during sentencing and a possible appeal.