Webster University President Shares Opinions on Tax ReformAs the tax reform packages make their way through Washington, the president of Webster University is keeping a close eye on their progress.
KMOX Profiles: Dr. Beth Stroble Dr. Beth Stroble, President of Webster University, profiled by KMOX’s Carol Daniel.
Webster University Holds Stockley Verdict DiscussionsWebster University was among other institutions holding small group discussions following the Stockley verdict.
St. Louis Hosts America's Most Prestigious All-Girls Chess TournamentYou'd be this intense too if you were playing for a prize worth more than $100,000.
Air Force General Speaks at Webster University GraduationAir Force General Paul Selva, vice chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, put a spin on an old Winston Churchill message.
Chris Hrabe's St. Louis Spotlight: Webster University Chess TeamBefore the Webster Chess Team, there wasn’t a single grandmaster in the state of Missouri, in the last five years, more than a dozen have lived in St. Louis.
Webster University Chess Team Wins 5th National ChampionshipThe university is the only school to win five consecutive championships in the Final Four.
Webster University Adjunct Prof Dead After Collapsing During LectureUniversity spokesman Patrick Giblin says Renee Hirshfield, who would have turned 67 next Monday, was administered CPR by a student as soon as she collapsed around 9:30 a.m., but she couldn't be revived.
Awaiting Armageddon, Part 1: Top ThreatsThreats facing the U.S. and our region are very real.
Webster University Narrows Investigation into Racist FliersUniversity officials believe a small group of students created the fliers.
Racist, Homophobic Fliers Left Outside Webster University Dorm RoomThe university says about a dozen messages were repeated on approximately a ream of paper.
Webster University Employee Faces Embezzlement ChargesA St. Louis woman faces charges of embezzling nearly $400,000 from her employer, Webster University.