by Casey Quinlan Dec 23, 2015
A Missouri native created a scholarship to send a message of acceptance and courage to LGBT youth in rural areas.
by Kiley Kroh Dec 16, 2015
The bill would have revoked the scholarship of any athlete who participates in or supports a strike, as well as fine any coach who encourages them.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 4, 2015
Including requiring prospective buyers to receive information about alternative to guns, like "peaceful and nonviolent conflict resolution."
by Aviva Shen Nov 11, 2015
"I'm going to stand my ground tomorrow and shoot every black person I see," one anonymous YikYak user wrote Tuesday.
by Kiley Kroh Nov 10, 2015
"These players stood up for something outside football. They stood up for justice."
by Ian Millhiser Nov 9, 2015
In one incident, a swastika was drawn on a university bathroom in feces.
by Carimah Townes Nov 3, 2015
Ernest Johnson will become the seventh person the state has executed this year.
by Zack Ford Oct 30, 2015
The Missouri appeals court acknowledged the discrimination happened; it just couldn't do anything about it. Nor can most states.
by Alan Pyke Oct 20, 2015
Some of the St. Louis County towns that used traffic court to raise money from impoverished black people are now shutting down their police departments entirely.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 15, 2015
"Like a Vietnam Wall type," he suggested.