Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey said he’d prioritize eliminating “critical race theory” and “egregious” sex education standards from Illinois schools if elected to replace Gov. JB Pritzker in November.
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The Pentagon said unvaccinated guardsmen won't get paid and can't participate in federally-funded deployments, but some states are concerned that will affect the Guard's ability to do its job.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released its preliminary 2021-22 grade level and end-of-course assessments. Students are not performing at pre-pandemic levels.
Missouri conservationists have reached an important milestone in their effort to save hellbender salamanders. In August, the number released into the wild topped 10,000. Scientists say it’s an important moment for the endangered species.
The caucus frequently clashed with Republican leadership but now members say they want a united front to pursue GOP platform policies.
The U.S. Labor Department investigates Noble Health after former employees of its shuttered Missouri hospitals say the private equity-backed owner took money from their paychecks and then failed to fund their insurance coverage.
The agreement for the state funding includes a requirement for the city to be transparent with residents about how they’re spending the money.
Missouri residents may have heard ghoulish tales of “Doc Annie” Smith, a physician who looms large in the state’s mythology for performing illegal abortions in the early 1900s. Today, the truth about her work has largely disappeared.
The center will only be open through Friday — then FEMA officials will announce centers in other affected areas.
While the area continues to recover from historic flash floods that damaged hundreds of homes, what can be done to reduce future damage will take years and a possible variety of solutions and funding.
Silvopasture is the practice of grazing livestock in a forested area instead of an open pasture. It’s a very old practice that might see new life.
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- 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
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- La región de St. Louis ya es casa para muchos latinos y más se están mudando aquí
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