Webster University President Shares Opinions on Tax ReformAs the tax reform packages make their way through Washington, the president of Webster University is keeping a close eye on their progress.
Bill Clinton In Town To Witness The Clinton Foundation's WorkOur Michael Calhoun was with the former President today on his trip to St. Louis.
Five Students Injured in School Bus CrashFive Pheasant Point Elementary students suffered minor injuries this morning in bus accident
Student Sculpture Unveiled on Missouri RiverThe Missouri River watershed along the Monarch Chesterfield Levee Trail unveils an 8-foot-tall student-designed sculpture this morning.
13 Sets Of Twins Attend Same St. Louis County Elementary SchoolThere are 460 students at Stanton Elementary School and 26 of those students are twins, that's 13 sets of twins and 6 percent of the student population.
St. Charles Welcomes Students to Manufacturing Week St. Charles County is celebrating Manufacturing Week this week with three events planned from Tuesday through Friday.
STL Public Schools Population of 'Homeless' Students GrowingThe St. Louis public school system is dealing with a growing population of "homeless" students.
Med Students Not Prepared to Prescribe Medical MarijuanaMany states allow medical marijuana, but a new local study finds few medical schools are addressing it with their students.
MICDS Expects Decision On Students' Racists Messages SoonSchool leaders at MICDS are still involved in the investigative disciplinary process regarding the students who were snapchatting racists messages.
Ending DACA Creates Uncertainty for U of Illinois StudentsSchool officials say they will comply with federal law, however they say they pledge to assist and support students.
MICDS Students' Offensive Private Messages Made Public, May Face ExpulsionScreenshots of a group chat show the "n" word being used eight times, as some students asked their classmates to stop the vulgar language.
St. Louis Public School Enrollment Down 2000 StudentsTwo weeks after the first day of class, St. Louis Public Schools are still wondering if a couple thousand students who haven't been to class might show up after Labor Day.