Kevin Spacey Slammed For Timing Of Coming Out As GayThe controversy around Kevin Spacey began when actor Anthony Rapp told a story that "encouraged" Spacey to address long-simmering rumors about his sexuality.
Gillette Designs New Razor for CaretakersGillette has introduced Gillette TREO, the first razor engineered for caregivers to shave men who can’t shave themselves.
World's Oldest Golf Club Finally Will Allow Female MembersThe policy at Muirfield in Scotland was changed after the course was taken off a list of possible British Open hosts.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Webster Groves BasketballThe Statesmen have lost in the last two District Championships to SLUH, but with two of the area's top recruits this year may be different.
Wash U Ends Men's Soccer Suspension for 'Sexually Explicit' MessagesThe men's team was suspended in December, two days after the women's soccer team filed a formal complaint.
Report: Missouri Women Struggle to Close Pay Gap``As corporate leaders can see the data, they then can make the leap to really develop solutions,'' Women's Foundation President Wendy Doyle said.
4 Dead, Pilot Hurt in Separate Near-By Plane CrashesFour people died in a plane crash in Southern Illinois Sunday, another man was injured in his small plane and had to make an emergency landing, Tuesday.
Illinois Unable to Pay $2.5M to Exonerated Ex-Inmates Due to Budget WoesThe Innocence Project says the money is a recognition by the state that it wrongfully kept the men in prison.
Missouri State to Designate Some Gender-Neutral BathroomsOn Nov. 18, large signs placed near the restroom entrances stated the change will ``allow anyone, at any time, to use either restroom.''
Mizzou Basketball Picked to Finish Last in SECHead coach Kim Anderson said his current situation at Mizzou is like nothing he's experienced, but 'loves the challenge.'
WashU Receives Grant to Study Gender in Alzheimer's DiseaseDid you know that two-thirds of the five million Americans living with Alzheimer's Disease are women?
Biddle House Opens, Anticipates End to Homeless ProblemsThe male-only facility believes in three to five years, St. Louis could be down to only a handful of chronically homeless persons.