One million advanced placement tests graded in Kansas City

Bartle Hall is housing 2,700 graders and 1 million tests for the next two weeks. The College Board-issued exams determine whether high school graduates can earn early college credits.

New suncreen label rules to cut consumer confusion

New guidelines by the FDA are coming out next summer to enhance the effectiveness of sunscreens and make them easier to use.

Robert Brookings, Mel Bay make St. Louis Walk of Fame

An academic and a musician, both with ties to Missouri, will be inducted at the end June.

ROSE NOLEN: There's no better home than Missouri

An upcoming vacation is a reminder that Missouri has the best people, places and things, which is something to celebrate.

Hannibal to host Mark Twain postage stamp dedication ceremony

The stamp will be issued by the Postal Service on June 25  at the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum in Hannibal.

Missouri man dies in Colorado bike tour, name released

Jim Deblois, 67, of Cape Girardeau crashed during the Ride the Rockies bike tour in Colorado. He was found Monday, and his name was released Tuesday.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Segregation cycle continues through zoning regulations, law enforcement

Racial separation in the U.S. is apparent through zoning regulations and law enforcement, leaving African Americans and Latinos stuck in the segregation cycle.