US Kids Get 2 Million Concussions a Year From Sports, PlayThe researchers estimated that half a million or more kids received no treatment.
Mo. Lawmakers Consider Youth Concussion Training BillYouth sports coaches would be required to undergo concussion training under a measure presented to a House committee.
TIAM Sunday December 27thFlooding, Fruitcake, "Youth" and a Blue's birthday.
TIAM Saturday November 14thExecutive sleep out, S.T.O.P., The Muny and a prince of a weatherman.
Missouri Summer Jobs Program Places More than 3,100 YouthsA new Missouri summer jobs program provided more than 3,000 low-income youth with work experience.
Ferguson Construction Project Building Young Lives
Anti-Gun Violence Teen Summit to be Held on SaturdayBruce Franks Jr’s big brother was shot and killed when he was nine and at the time Franks was six. It all began after his brother was used as a human shield in 1991.
Nixon Announces $1M Set to Help At-Risk St. Louis StudentsAbout $1 million in Missouri taxpayer money is set to go to an education nonprofit tasked with helping at-risk St. Louis youth.
DOJ Releases Scathing Report on St. Louis County Family CourtA department investigation being released this morning accuses the court of treating blacks more harshly than whites, denying youths their constitutional rights, and coercing confessions.
New Question Surfaces for Transgender Leaders in Boy ScoutsNow that the Boy Scouts of America has voted to end its ban on gay adults, another question of sexual identity comes from Jane White, a St. Louisan that is transgender. Will she be able to rejoin the scouts?
Come Together Ferguson Announces Grant RecipientsWith less than two months to go before the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death and the protests that followed, efforts to help the community of Ferguson continue.
DEA Warns Parents of Pot Legalization Ripple Effect The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning parents to beware of the new attitude toward majiuana this school year. DEA special agent in charge in St. Louis Jim Shroba says the legalization of the drug in Colorado has had a ripple effect on youth culture.