SLU Studies Look at Possible Life on Other PlanetsSLU Chemists get a big grant to study what life may look like on other planets.
STL ArtWorks Teaches More than ArtStudents may be learning more about art, but St. Louis ArtWorks is also teaching them about life.
Cairo Man Get Life in Prison for Bank Robbery, StabbingA southern Illinois man will spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally stabbing two bank workers and critically wounding a third during a botched robbery.
How a Cancer Scare Shaped New Mizzou Coach Cuonzo Martin's LifeA cancer scare for Missouri's new coach 20 years ago largely affects how he coaches and lives today.
What Does a Self-Driving Car Do When the Brakes Go Out?The question isn't mechanical, it's actually an ethical one. Does the car slam into traffic, or sacrifice itself and only the passengers inside?
Lawmakers Pass Prison Options for Juveniles Guilty of MurderUnder the proposal, people who are currently serving a life sentence for first-degree murder committed as a juvenile could get a parole hearing after serving at least 25 years.
Missouri Inmates Have Chance at Release after Court RulingThe state Supreme Court hasn't yet ruled on a prior case in which appeals were exhausted.
Man Sentenced to Life With No Parole Walks Free in MissouriFamily, friends, supporters and reporters flocked to meet Jeff Mizanskey as he stepped out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center into a sunny morning, wearing a new pair of white tennis shoes and a shirt that read ``I'm Jeff & I'm free.''
St. Louis Man Charged for 3 Murders, Drug TraffickingAnthony Jordan, 29, could receive the death penalty or life in prison.
Young STL Residents Want More 'Livability' DowntownYoung Friends of Downtown co-chair Charles Gascon says a lot of times, Downtown feels "empty."
Life Plus 900 Months for Robber Who Paralyzed VictimJudge: "He had a dark heart and no conscience."
Pot-Lifer Jeff Mizanskey Headed to Parole Board, Asks for Letters Supporting ReleaseJeff Mizanskey gets a second chance at freedom Aug. 6 when he goes before the Jefferson City Correctional Center parole board.