“There’s a concern over gangs in St. Louis,” UMSL criminologist Beth Huebner says. “We do have gangs, we do have guns – they are highly related. But then there are groups of people who aren’t associated with gangs, that we know of, that aren’t carrying guns.”
St. Louisans pay about $100 per capita more than Indy or Louisville for police service, report shows.
If an EPA study results in regulating propane barbecue grills, one Missouri senator says it could be a real battle.
The suggestion is part of a study by the Institute of Medicine, which found a minimum age of 21 would reduce smoking prevalence by about 12 percent and smoking-related deaths by nearly 10 percent.
A new #BlackLivesMatter course will be taught at Dartmouth College this spring term, with the Ivy League institution introducing the class discussing race, cultural inequality and violence in African-American history.
EPA Regional Administrator Karl Brooks says the seven-month study from May through December last year found no harmful levels of alpha, beta or gamma radiation.
A new study finds that people separated from their iPhones could suffer serious psychological and physiological effects.
Missouri places in the top 10 for most spending on health care, food and beverages, as well as people spending more than they make.
A University of Missouri – St. Louis researcher says emotions aside, the number of black youth who have been fatally shot by white police officers has been fairly low in recent years.
Washington University researchers find a teen’s genetic protection against alcoholism can lessen, depending on whom they hang out with.