NASA Astronauts Prepare at Lambert for Next Space MissionThe United States hasn't seen a manned launch since Atlantis blasted off on the final space shuttle mission in 2011.
Being Prepared: Terrorism Response Training In St. LouisSaturday's hands-on event was one of the largest of its kind ever held in the city
Mo. Lawmakers Consider Youth Concussion Training BillYouth sports coaches would be required to undergo concussion training under a measure presented to a House committee.
Board of Curators to Launch New Initiatives for CampusesThe Board of Curators will appoint the system's first chief of diversity, inclusion and equity officer. Each campus also will have its own such officer.
Hirth: House Committee Out of Touch on Sexual Harassment Standards"I don't think they reached out to any victims when proposing or when developing their proposals either," Former LeVota Intern Taylor Hirth said in an interview.
LaunchCode to Open Mentor Center on DelmarTraining space and collaboration hub at Delmar and Euclid.
Stenger Calls for End to Hodgepodge Police Standards"My goal is to make sure that all county residents have equal access to consistent, high-quality law enforcement regardless of where they live or travel," Stenger said.
CrossFit Takes Athletes to 'Dark Place'``But it works for a regular person who is just looking to be able to stand up from the couch easier, walk easier and be a fitter human being. You might do one workout a day to stay fit and that's it.''
Police: Officer Shortage in County Due to Lack of Quality ApplicantsHe says they are suffering from what they call the "Ferguson effect" and a lack of trust, and many officers have chosen to go to the private sector.
Diversity Training will be Required for Mizzou FreshmenThe university made the announcement Thursday, days after a student was removed from the Columbia campus for shouting racial slurs at a black student group practicing for homecoming.
Local Non-Profit Asks for 500 Tutors for StudentsOasis spokesperson says anyone should be able to pursue vibrant, healthy, productive and meaningful lives.
Illinois Legislation Would Change Police StandardsIllinois legislation would change standards of officer-involved death investigations, police-worn body cameras and officers' use of force.

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