WashU Study Hopes to Unravel Genetics of AutismThe goal is to assess the risk of developing autism in second generation families.
Illinois is Short 600 School Substitutes a Day, Study FindsThe study finds that teachers call in more than 16,500 absences each week.
SLU President Opens Online Voting For New Billiken's FeaturesDr. Fred Pestello is asking everyone to fill out a short survey on the "redesigns of our redesigned Billiken mascot."
St. Louis Among Top Coffee Cities in the NationToday is National Coffee Day!
Poll: Most Americans Frustrated Over Presidential RaceTrump and Clinton are the two least popular presidential candidates in history, and their ferocious battle is smashing precedents and dominating public discourse.
Midwest Economic Survey Points Toward Slow GrowthThe survey covers Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma and South Dakota.
CBS, NYT Survey: America Split on Transgender Bathroom RulesThe results were also sorted by the voter's gender, age, geographic location and others.
Health Dept. to Survey Residents Near Westlake LandfillResidents should expect the survey takers to be wearing vests and identify themselves with an official health department badge.
New Study Finds Marijuana Use Decreased Over DecadeLead researcher Dr. Richard Grucza of Washington University, says a 20 percent increase is still substantial, but not doubled.
National Health Survey to Collect Data in St. Clair CountyThe letters will be followed by screening interviews and, for some, physical exams.
Ill. AARP Director Discusses Taxing Retirement IncomeWhile you'd think Illinois' lack of such a tax would be a selling point, Gallo says the state's property taxes more than make up for it.
Mehlville School Board Asks Residents for Input to Trim BudgetProposition R passed in November to raise taxes in Mehlville, its first tax increase in 15 years