Chicago-Area District OKs Later Start So Students Can SleepStevenson High School Principal Troy Gobble cited an American Academy of Pediatrics study warning against starting classes before 8:30 a.m.
Mo. and Ill. Courts Ranked Poorly in National SurveyMadison County, Illinois, is ranked the third worst "judicial hellhole" in the nation.
Survey: Teachers Spend Hundreds of Personal Funds on StudentsHorace Mann insurance says its survey shows teachers just want the best education possible for students.
Health Officials to Launch Survey of Residents Near Cold Water CreekThe St. Louis County Health Department is preparing to launch a major survey of current and former residents along the Cold Water Creek in North County to determine if they’re suffering from higher levels of cancer and other health issues.
Across U.S., Over 220 Prison Escapees On The LooseSomewhere out there are an admitted killer who crawled through a Texas prison's ventilation ducts. A murderer who apparently escaped from an Indiana institution in a garbage truck.
State Farm Plans to Use Drones to Examine Insurance ClaimsFlying will be done by trained pilots, not the claims adjustors.
SURVEY: St. Louis Voters 2-to-1 Against New Rams StadiumMissouri Alliance for Freedom study shows 70% think public subsidies a "bad idea."
Poll Shows Stream Statistically Tied with StengerThe second and final public poll in the race for St. Louis County Executive shows the race within the margin of error with Rick Stream and Steve Stenger locked in a statistical tie as the campaign heads into Election Day.
Police Chief Speaks Out Against Motorist SurveyA Missouri Police Chief says that a motorist survey is unconstitutional.
More Twenty-Somethings Are Buying HomesAccording to a national survey by Prudential, home ownership remains important to 95% of Americans with 77% of respondents ages 25-34.
Do St. Louisans Feel Financially Secure?The latest COUNTRY Financial Security Index® survey finds just 28 percent of people living in the St. Louis-area think the old, per-recession economy will return.
New Census Numbers Reveal Wide Disparity In Regional Education Levels80% of Ladue residents have college degrees, compared to 6.7% in East Alton.