STL ArtWorks Teaches More than ArtStudents may be learning more about art, but St. Louis ArtWorks is also teaching them about life.
States File Suit Against Secretary of EducationDemocratic attorneys general from 18 states and the District of Columbia sued Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on Thursday
For-Profit College Settles Over Alleged Deception In AdsState Attorney General Maura Healey had accused the Illinois-based chain of using deceptive advertising claims to attract online students.
Belleville Students Escape Injury After School Bus CrashDeputies say the power lines knocked down by the crash were not live wires.
'Lou Fest U' Added for College StudentsLou Fest in Forest Park is adding an additional half-day, called 'Lou-Fest U.' geared toward college students.
Mehlville School District Mourns Loss of Another StudentA local school district is mourning the loss of another student - this time it is 10-year-old Nolan McCabe.
The Best Stories in St. Louis High School Sports This YearWe featured state champs, comeback stories, overcoming adversity and historical performances over the last 6 months in St. Louis.
Confident Spelling Bee Winner Wrote Victory Speech Before CompetitionLast year, Ananya Vinay didn't crack the top 50; this year, she is the first sole champion since 2013.
Middle-school Students Pass Hanging Body While in BusKansas City police spokeswoman Kari Thompson said the person committed suicide.
School Officials Stop 'End of the School Year' PrankIt's the end of the school year and apparently some students at the Grand Center Arts Academy may have been planning a prank.
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.
Hanna Woods Elementary Thanks Bus Crash HeroesThey want the good samaritans to know how much they appreciate their effort and keeping the students safe.