The developer, Green Street Properties, hopes to open the entertainment venue in December. Original plans for the site included office space.
More Black parents in the U.S. and Missouri are choosing to teach their kids on their own terms. This new podcast from St. Louis Public Radio explores why Black families in the St. Louis region are choosing to home-school, how they are managing to do it and what the kids think about it.
Temperatures may drop to the mid-30s Friday night into Saturday morning.
A federal judge has upheld Granite City’s controversial ‘crime-free’ housing ordinance. Housing advocates say the fight isn't over.
Congresswoman Cori Bush showcases immense vulnerability in her new memoir, “The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America.”
This month, the Biden Administration hopes to expedite the process by eliminating temporary humanitarian parole and concentrating resources instead on permanent visas.
The St. Louis County Library has been named Missouri Library of the Year by the Missouri Library Association. The association cited the library’s community programming throughout the coronavirus pandemic and its partnerships with organizations like the St. Louis Area Diaper Bank and Operation Food Search.
The program aims to make economics engaging and relevant for students of color who are historically underrepresented in the field.
Skate City is known to have the “smoothest concrete in the United States,” and is East St Louis’ lone skating rink.
Lisa McCarthy wants to improve state trooper pay and teacher salaries to raise Missouri from the bottom of states in the U.S. She says passing an income tax cut while these needs exist was not the right thing to do.
It’s been 14 years since the state has had a functional governor-appointed commission assigned to address issues facing Hispanic and Latino Missourians. In that time, the population has increased by more than 40%.
Niemann, a grandmaster, is competing in the U.S. Chess Championships tournament that began Wednesday in St. Louis.
Take our listener survey and help shape the future of St. Louis on the Air.
STLPR En Español
- Dos grupos de artistas de St. Louis quieren que los latinos compartan sus historias de cultura y familia
- 'Adiós español. Hola inglés.' Distrito escolar lanza programa piloto de educación bilingüe
- Desde hace un siglo se sabe que el plomo es tóxico y sigue envenenando a miles de niños
- La pandemia lleva a escuelas en St. Louis a servir mejor a familias que hablan otros idiomas
- La promesa de ser propietario de una vivienda que a menudo deja fuera a los compradores
- La región de St. Louis ya es casa para muchos latinos y más se están mudando aquí
- Se gastaron millones para mantener a los peces invasores fuera de los Grandes Lagos, pero ¿quién está protegiendo el río Mississippi?
The contest received 202 student entries from 48 schools across the St. Louis and Rolla regions.
Every weekday morning, in about 10 minutes, you can learn about the top stories of the day while also hearing longer stories that bring context and humanity to the issues and ideas that affect life in the region.