Some members of the St. Louis County Council were upset that $300,000 was allocated to inform voters about the 3% tax on cannabis products.
A nonbinary student teacher was told by an employee of the Fort Osage District that using gender-neutral pronouns was “too personal” and “too political.” Now, Olivia Jackson alleges that the school district discriminated by refusing to hire them because of their gender identity.
OtherKristen Slaughter met Kiara Brown when Brown was an 8-year-old at Adams Elementary School in south St. Louis. Their relationship endures.
Recently, Stuart had to cancel a “constituent coffee” event in Collinsville because of threats related to this bill.
“The sectors of the economy where people are borrowing money, those are the sectors that have seen the most immediate effects of these interest rate increases,” said a local economist.
The 5.6-mile rail corridor would run north and south between Natural Bridge and Chippewa, providing access to Union Station and the new soccer stadium, CityPark.
NPR moved this week to cut 10% of its staff and stop production of a handful of podcasts, including Invisibilia, Louder Than a Riot and Rough Translation.
The White Castle chain began in 1921 in Wichita, Kansas, where its ingenious small burgers kicked off a national craze and inspired imitators of all shapes and sizes. But over a century later, White Castle has entirely vanished from its home state. And the story of how it introduced America to the hamburger has largely been overshadowed by its fast food rivals.
HomeGrown StL, a collaboration of groups that provide mentoring and professional development to young Black males, is offering free life coaching to boys and young men next month. Program Director Sean Joe said that there are many barriers that stop Black boys and young men from obtaining economic and academic success and that life coaching can help them achieve their goals.
Three trans boys and their parents describe growing up amid a wave of anti-trans legislation.
The Hazelwood School District announced the decision at its school board meeting earlier this week. It comes about five months after a report found radioactive contamination at the school in north St. Louis County that is near Coldwater Creek.
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