MU Sees Effects of Declining Enrollment in ColumbiaThe University of Missouri in Columbia is seeing the negative effects of budget cuts and declining enrollment.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass $3.4B in Basic Aid For K-12 SchoolsGreitens recommended a slight increase, but his plan would have fallen about $45 million short of the law's funding target.
Ill. Comptroller Warns of Collapse at SIUE, Chancellor Says It's Not Going AnywhereThe Illinois Comptroller warns the state university system could fall apart, unless Governor Bruce Rauner stops refusing to support a state budget.
Mizzou Temporarily Closing More Dorms This FallThe closures are estimated to save about $2 million.
Steakhouse Promises $1 Million in Free Steaks if Northern Kentucky Beats KentuckyJeff Ruby's Steakhouse will offer all 15,000 NKU students a free steak dinner if the No. 15 seed Norse are able to beat the No. 2 seed Kentucky Wildcats.
SEMO Campus to be Tobacco-Free Starting in the Fall SemesterE-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco products are among the prohibited items.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Danielle Rygelski, SLU VolleyballDanielle Rygelski's All-American high school and collegiate career, may not have been possible without a special bet with her father.
Local Colleges React, Mayor Slay Calls Travel Ban 'Un-American'St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and local universities are reacting to President Donald Trump's executive order that temporarily bans immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Missouri State Students to Sing at Trump's InaugurationMissouri State University's Chorale has accepted an invitation to sing in Washington D.C., on Jan. 20, at the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump next week.
Mizzou Vets Find Harmful Chemicals in Canned Pet FoodThe recommendation, limit your pets consumption of canned products.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Kelly McLaughlin, St. Joe's BasketballThe 6’3” senior will play at Miami University in Ohio next year, but first has some plans in her final season at St. Joseph’s Academy.
Mizzou Students Urged to Cancel Social Events as Mumps SpreadThe outbreak began in early November with four confirmed cases.