Hazelwood School District Lifts Student SuspensionsA dozen seniors who faced the prospect of not being allowed to walk during Saturday's graduation may return for rehearsal Friday.
Hazelwood Teachers Vote to Accept New ContractThere were 374 teachers that voted to accept the new contract under protest.
Hazelwood Students Walk Out in Support of Union TeachersDozens of students at Hazelwood West High School students left class for more than an hour Monday to protest the district's refusal to renegotiate a contract with union teachers.
Right-to-Work Backers Fundraising to Protect Missouri LawSupporters of right to work in Missouri are coming together to raise money to fend off attacks on the new law.
Mo. House Supports Repeal of Prevailing WageThe Missouri House has endorsed a bill to repeal the state's "prevailing wage'' requirements for public construction projects.
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.
Schnucks Settles Union DisputeYou won't see the Teamsters picketing outside area Schnucks stores anymore.
Rauner Takes Union Fight to Illinois Supreme CourtRauner says he's made ``commonsense'' offers. AFSCME disagrees and wants to keep bargaining.
Schnucks, Union Reach Agreement for Bridgeton Warehouse WorkersThe agreement provides healthcare benefit increases, an early buyout option for 50 employees and a new 401k match.
MLB to Push Forward With Process for Rule ChangesChanges are being considered to the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Missouri House Votes to Pass Labor ReformThe Missouri State Legislature is trying to pass another piece of labor reform after making Missouri the 28th Right to Work state in the country.
Senate Approves Right-To-Work Bill, Adds Grandfather ProvisionGov. Eric Gretiens has promised to sign the final bill, which would take effect in August.