Fontbonne Scientist's Summer Program Wants More 'Girls in Science'Every summer for two weeks, Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraaf opens her lab at Fontbonne University for her free girls-in-science summer science experience.
Two Local Companies Team Up to Cool Down St. LouisThe EnergyCare van will be picking up and distributing nearly four dozen air conditioning units throughout the St. Louis area.
Teen Boys Wear Skirts to Class in Protest of School's Dress CodeGirls are allowed to wear skirts, but boys can't wear shorts on hot days -- a wrong a group of teen boys in England attempted to right.
St. Louis County Library Expands 'Recycled Reads' ProgramThe county library now offers used books for you to read in about 60 locations in the area.
Late Summer Start Expected for Loop trolleyOperators are eyeing a late summer start of passenger service on the trolley line.
As Temps Rise in STL, Health Officials Warn of Heat It's that time of the year again to be aware of the heat.
Your Ultimate Guide To SummerBe prepared for the start of the season with our guide to the hottest happenings, best beaches, and helpful tips to help you make this summer the best yet.
Missouri Ranks 42nd in Providing Summer Meals to ChildrenThe report notes when school lets out for the summer, millions of low-income children lose access to nutritious meals.
How to Deal with Summertime TicksAvoiding tick bites... It's a concern for those camping or finding other ways to enjoy the outdoors, this summer.
Cardinals Launch "Summer Slugger" Educational Games for KidsThe St. Louis Cardinals want to help students avoid the so-called "summer slide"
Program to Provide Over 100,000 Meals to Kids this SummerA federally-funded program that provides summer meals for poor children is getting ready to roll.
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.