The killer disappeared after terrorizing St. Louis in the 1990s. Detective Jodi Weber never gave up.
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.
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.
After weeks of requiring people to submit online eligibility forms to receive the monkeypox vaccine, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is now letting clinics determine eligibility for the shots. LGBTQ advocates fear the online form, which asks questions about sexual behavior, discourages some people from seeking the vaccine.
Both parties are excited about their candidates in a district that takes in cities including Kirkwood, Fenton, Maryland Heights and Des Peres.
Fresh off party switch, Mark Mantovani promises split from Page on crime prevention and regional growthMantovani was picked as the replacement GOP nominee in the St. Louis County executive’s contest. He’ll square off against incumbent Democratic County Executive Sam Page in November.
The Veterans Curation Program teaches former troops how to do curation work, while also preparing them for jobs in other fields.
St. Charles County officials on Saturday will honor Archer Alexander, a Black man who was enslaved in St. Charles County. Historians say he saved the lives of Union soldiers during the Civil War.
A St. Louis Board of Aldermen committee is moving forward with a bill that would bring federal coronavirus relief funds to arts organizations. The bill would allow the Regional Arts Commission to use $10.6 million in federal funds for arts organizations and programs that shut their doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Green Street Real Estate Ventures, a St. Louis firm with a history of converting former industrial buildings, will open the historic Armory building as a huge entertainment venue in December.
The 42-year-old is in his final Major League season and is hoping to join three baseball legends in reaching 700 home runs. Only Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds have done it. Pujols has 698.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture allocated $40 million in loans and grants to telecommunications companies to build high-speed internet networks in rural parts of Illinois and Missouri.
The visits from law enforcement didn’t result in any actions, but they highlight the potential stakes of Missouri’s new law criminalizing certain books in schools.
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The contest received 202 student entries from 48 schools across the St. Louis and Rolla regions.