This week's most read stories include construction at Memorial Stadium and Faurot Field and an arrest that was made in connection to the June 23 homicide.
Every year before the start of classes, the floors of the new Battle High School will be waxed.
Racism is kept on life support by those who use it for a political agenda, gouge out economic benefits or inflame social conscience.
Poll after poll shows an ever-increasing acceptance of marriage equality in the United States and worldwide.
Several hundred people met at the home of the former principal of West Junior High School, Dr. Sandra Logan, to celebrate her retirement on Saturday, June 29.
The truth is that Jim Crow may be dead, but racism is alive and well. Our first order of business now needs to be demanding that Congress reformulate the pre-clearance requirement of the Voting Rights Act.
Maintenance personnel told firefighters there was a fire in an air handling unit on the second floor, which is unoccupied. When crews went to the second floor, there was fire in the equipment room and smoke.
“I remember she was stunningly gorgeous.”
House Bill 331 would bring uniformity to Missouri's current guidelines and result in expanded wireless networks.
“All of a sudden your day is totally different than the moments before.”
Bill creating the contribution was named Sahara's Law in memory of a 13-year-old who died of a brain tumor.
Reduction is part of the U.S. Army's plan to trim forces by 80,000 soldiers over the next several years.
Victim had gone to the home where he died to help a friend move.
The lightning-sparked fire spread to at least 2,000 acres amid triple-digit temperatures and destroyed 200 homes about 85 miles northwest of Phoenix.
The Pittsburgh Pirates surpassed St. Louis for the best record in baseball and the lead in the NL Central over the weekend.
Because of concerns about the effect of bills on city councils and 24-hour institutions, Nixon decided to veto a pair of bills.
The new law reverses a 6-month-old policy that had caused considerable stir in the Republican-led legislature. Lawmakers had convened several investigatory committees looking into the alleged violation of Missouri citizens' privacy rights.
EngagePoint will design, install and maintain an online enrollment program for Medicaid. The Oct. 1 release would help determine eligibility for pregnant women, parents and children. It would expand over time.
Business leaders are expecting growth to slow over the next few months.
Removing a cat's claws could mean taking away a tool for survival — but might make snuggling much more enjoyable.