The students say they're motivated to help Ferguson toward progress and to help residents become more engaged following the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
George Lombardi, director of the Corrections Department, says that prisoners, regardless of age, have a high risk of health issues due to their lifestyle choices, so adequate care must be provided.
Doors automatically unlock for students, faculty, staff and volunteers after the system processes photos already uploaded of them.
The Environmental Protection Agency is moving forward with regulations to significantly limit the pollution from newly manufactured residential wood heaters. Some states are refusing to go along with the regulations and are claiming the new rules could leave low-income residents in the cold.
The report's findings have resonated beyond the St. Louis suburbs as residents in some communities across the country say they feel they face the same struggles with their police departments and city leadership.
Attorney General Chris Koster proposed to increase the state's cigarette tax and use the money for college scholarships.
A strain of bird flu that's deadly to poultry but poses no immediate public health concern has been detected in Missouri, state agriculture officials announced Sunday.
States uninterested in participating in the Common Core education standards are using a Missouri court ruling as a reason to pull away from the system.
Two workers were injured in an explosion at a pallet company in St. Louis. The workers were taken to the hospital and described as stable.
The medical helicopter pilot who was killed in a crash near Saint Louis University Hospital has been identified a 52-year-old Ronald Scott Rector.
Lawmakers in three states entered the 2015 session hoping to pass bills requiring college officials to promptly report all alleged on-campus sexual assaults to local law enforcement agencies.
A Justice Department report released Wednesday cited a series of inappropriate messages sent by an unspecified number of city employees.
The group said in a statement that its board gathered more information after meeting with a construction group and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The defendant, Martin Webb, admits no wrongdoing but will have to repay $270,000 in restitution to Missouri consumers.
Authorities said both crimes happened in February. Charges were filed Thursday against 18-year-old Joshua C. Anor of Belleville. He is being held on $20,000 bond.
Payment due dates will be extended, City Administrator Greg Camp said.
The former senator's aide said Schweich threatened to kill himself during the call and handed the phone to his wife. Seconds later, the aide says, she hear his wife say 'He shot himself.'
Democratic Rep. Brandon Ellington said legislators should make a "Ferguson agenda" a high priority, however House Speaker John Diehl said House Republicans do not have such an agenda.
The St. Charles County Department of Community Health and the Environment said in a statement Friday that the deaths appeared to be isolated and there was no risk of a public health risk.