More than 13,000 residents of Missouri are living with HIV. St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis are the only local governments in Missouri who’ve joined Fast-Track Cities.
St. Louis Public Radio will host the StoryCorps Mobile Booth from Sept. 14 to Oct. 20 at the Public Media Commons in Grand Center.
“Tens Across the Board” premieres at the Contemporary Art Museum on Sept. 22 and is followed by a ball.
UAW workers at 38 GM and Stellantis faciilties across 20 states walked off their jobs, though Ford was not hit with new strikes. President Biden is set to attend a picket line next week.
The St. Louis-based beermaker says it will end the practice known as tail docking after it came under pressure by animal rights group PETA.
The transportation sector accounts for about 28% of the greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. Barge shipping could help reduce that output, but there’s not a full picture of how carbon efficient that transportation mode really is.
Child care providers and educators in the Metro East and St. Louis have struggled to get by with meager state and national funding.
The Missouri Historical Society is gathering materials that would help preserve St. Louis' African American history. The society’s African American History Initiative plans exhibits on the Greater Ville and Mill Creek neighborhoods in the next few years. Historians are asking St. Louisans for artifacts and historical pieces to showcase.
Missouri state Rep. Jim Murphy, R-St. Louis County, says there could be options to eliminate the 1% earnings tax on anyone who lives or works in St. Louis or Kansas City.
Tommy Boyd is serving a 30-year sentence for statutory sodomy.
The number of bans and restrictions in the U.S. rose 33% in the last school year, according the report from free speech group PEN America. Florida had more bans than any other state, followed by Texas and Missouri.
General Motors had previously warned it would need to stop production at its Fairfax, Kansas, assembly plant, because it relied on parts that came from a Missouri plant that is currently on strike.
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