UPDATE: Missouri House Limits Funding for MU, Planned ParenthoodThe Missouri House is sticking with a plan to cut about $7.6 million from the University of Missouri system budget.
3 STL County Residents Suspected of Supporting TerroristsTwo of the local suspects allegedly coordinated shipments of money and military supplies through an overseas intermediary.
Nixon Vetoes Student Transfers Bill, Some St. Louis-Area Legislators FrustratedMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed House Bill 42, saying it fails to solve the problems of unaccredited school districts in the St. Louis region and creates new problems and mandates for public schools across the state.
Orphaned Polar Bear to Relocate to St. Louis ZooKali, the polar bear who gained international fame when orphaned two years ago, is coming to the St. Louis Zoo.
Missouri Senate Advances Bill to Fix Student Transfer LawMissouri senators have given initial approval to a less expensive proposal to fix issues with the state's flawed student transfer law.
Ritenour, Pattonville School Districts Will Admit Transfer StudentsTwo St. Louis-area school districts say they will admit previous transfer students from the Normandy School District.
Change Inevitable for Mo. School Transfer LawReining in the expensive Missouri school transfer law could see some changes coming from the state legislature this year.
Unaccredited Schools May Face Financial TroublesThe Riverview Gardens and Normandy school districts are already looking at high costs to send students to accredited districts.
Riverview Gardens Students May Bus to MehlvilleThe deadline to apply for that free transfer to Mehlville is August first.
Francis Howell Plans Meeting on TransfersThe public meeting will be at 6 p.m. July 11 at the Francis Howell Central High School gym.
Normandy School District Chooses Accredited Francis HowellNormandy parent Sheila Love says she is concerned with the distance to Francis Howell, which is about 20 miles away in St. Charles County.
After Three Days Of Testimony, School Transfer Case In Judge's HandsSuperintendent says city schools would "no longer exist" if they lose.