Local Program to Offer 700 Jobs for This SummerSchool is almost out in St. Louis City and Mayor Krewson is calling on employers to make room for young people looking for work.
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.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Mathews-Dickey, SC STL Community Benefits AgreementThe passing of Props 1 & 2 would mean a lot more than a stadium and MLS team in St. Louis, it would also generate new programs for thousands of kids in the city.
Missouri House Budget Leader Proposes Full Aid for SchoolsThe proposal also includes $36 million more than Greitens' proposal for school transportation.
Missouri University's Handling of Rape Cases Under Scrutiny``I came today because I'm a female, and I want to know what is being done to protect me as I walk on this campus,'' junior Sabrina Norris said.
'Day Without Immigrants': Protest Closes Restaurants in U.S.The protest even reached into the U.S. Capitol, where a Senate coffee shop was among the eateries that were closed as employees did not show up at work.
St. James School Set to be Open Five More YearsBailey says an anonymous donor has committed $300,000 to keep the school running for five years. Enough time, they hope, to boost enrollment and make the parish school self-sustaining.
Could Missouri Students Work from Home on Snow Days?House Bill 127 would allow for "alternative instruction plans" to be sent home for students on snow and sick days.
Cold Temps Worse Than Snowfall Thursday MorningSt. Louis County of Department of Transportation, says South County saw the most snow Thursday morning.
Webster University Narrows Investigation into Racist FliersUniversity officials believe a small group of students created the fliers.
UPDATE: St. Louis City, County Student Transfer Program ExtendedThe program that allows students to transfer between St. Louis city and county schools will be extended for another five years, it was decided Friday morning.
Nearly 1 in 4 Illinois Teachers Have 10-Plus Absent DaysData shows almost one in four public school teachers in Illinois miss more than 10 days of the school year.