Increased MetroLink Incidents Prompt Serious Security DiscussionsSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is calling a summit on MetroLink safety in his office next week with incoming city mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Claire County Board Chairman Mark Kern to discuss the next steps for MetroLink.
One Dead at UMSL MetroLink StationSt. Louis County police say they responded to the UMSL South station on Natural Bridge Road just after 11 p.m.
UMSL Faculty Members File Lawsuit Against Board of CuratorsAn English professor tells KMOX they're being actively silenced by the school on important issues facing students, faculty and staff.
University of Missouri System Spending Questioned in State AuditAuditor questions executive pay and benefits, and payments to resigned Columbia campus chancellor.
Study: Immigration Stand Linked to Belief In Voter FraudSurvey shows most of those who believe voter fraud is rampant, have negative feelings toward immigrants of color.
UMSL Addresses Students, Staff in Wake of Immigration BanOn Tuesday, the University of Missouri St. Louis held a meeting to discuss President Trump’s recent executive orders on Immigration.
New University of Missouri System President Set For TourMun Choi will begin his campus visits, Tuesday, at UMSL
8 Missouri Universities Share $5M Grant for STEM RecruitmentThe National Science Foundation is giving a $5 million grant to be shared by eight Missouri universities to encourage more minorities to get STEM degrees.
TIAM Saturday September 24thThe presidential debate, Q in the Lou, The Magnificent 7 and the Big Red's #21.
'Outside In: Paint for Peace' Exhibit Set to Debut Murals from Ferguson ProtestsBeginning Aug. 27, the Millstone Gallery at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) will debut an exhibit entitled “Outside In: Paint for Peace,” showcasing murals painted on the boards from the various buildings.
Out-of-State Donors Invest in Mo. Senate RaceDonors are expect to shift their resources away from the presidential campaign and towards the Missouri Senate.
Civic Progress Contributes $600,000 to Help North St. Louis County Youth$614,000 goes to three organizations, a university and two school districts.