$2.65 Million Granted to SIUE for Alzheimer's ResearchThe program will begin a period of developing, testing and retesting various drugs.
SIUE Begins Fire Safety Program For FreshmenFunding comes from families of two former students who died in 2012 off-campus blaze
Local Professor Remembers Dr. Maya AngelouDr. Eugene Redmond says it was in 1970 when the friendship began in Sacramento where he had taken a group of students to hear her speak.
SIUE Student Kidnapped, Forced to Withdraw CashA student was kidnapped by an armed subject and driven around for about two hours, then taken to an ATM and forced to withdraw cash.
High-Tech Apprentice Program Expands to St. LouisEnstitute hopes to match college students or other Millennials who opted out of higher education with mentors from the St. Louis business community.
County Council Refuses to Approve Police Board NomineeThe council did not approve Bob Baer to the board, claiming his ties to the county executive raise flags.
Charlie Brennan - Wedneday, September 26th - Charlie and Debbie on Health Care Exchanges; Nobel Prize Winning Astrophysicist Dr. John C. MatherCharlie and Debbie talk about the new health care exchanges; and Charlie talks with Nobel Prize Winning Astrophysicist Dr. John C. Mather about the history of the universe and his speaking engagement at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville on Thurs., Sept. 26, 7:30PM.
Services Set for Illinois Marine Killed in BlastA funeral Mass for 26-year-old Cpl. Aaron Ripperda will be held April 3 at 10 a.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church in his hometown of Highland.
Supreme Court Appeal Sought In SIUE Threat CaseOlutosin Oduwole was released from prison Monday. He had been serving a five-year sentence linked to a 2011 conviction of attempting to make a terrorist threat.
Autopsy Inconclusive In SIUE Student's DeathTifani Wilder, 24, was found Thursday, along with her five year old son who was not hurt.
Keep Them Separated? Gender-based Education Being ChallengedThe thought behind segregating classrooms by gender is that boys and girls learn in very different ways.
Quinn Toughens Illinois Terror SentencesThe sponsor, Senator Bill Haine of Alton, says he was inspired by the case of an Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville student.