Wednesday, August 10, 2022

St. Louis air quality score decreases

The American Lung Association released its 2022 “State of the Air” report on April 20. The report found “mixed results” for St. Louis air...

With mask requirements gone, Webster’s COVID-19 cases still remain low

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 222,000 St. Louis citizens have tested positive for COVID-19 and over 3,000 of those St. Louisans...

Webster Groves residents vote on school board, Prop. U

Webster Groves residents headed to the polls to vote in the election on April 5, 2022. Ballots included items such as the mayoral race,...

Student helps unveil Holocaust history in translating internship

At her internship, Webster student Lisa Johnson translates Holocaust-era documents that contribute to public knowledge of the Jews’ struggles at the time. Johnson’s internship at...

‘Bringing greenways to life’ in the St. Louis region through Great Rivers Greenway’s online...

People can take an online survey about Great Rivers Greenway through Feb. 6. The survey helps inform plans for the greenway moving forward. For the...

Webster closes St. Louis area campuses due to inclement weather

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning until Thursday at Noon. Due to the inclement weather, Webster has closed its campuses...

Kyle Luzynski advocates for a vegan diet to combat climate change

Kyle Luzynski aims to make the Midwest vegan by 2056 through his work as the executive director of Project Animal Freedom. When Kyle Luzynski was...

Coldwater Creek suspected cancers are relentless, say members of the surrounding community

What if a fire burned only 600 ft. away from toxic waste? What if this was your community? There is a fire burning underground in...

Glaciers in the Arctic are melting, and it’s going to affect you

Randall Hyman, an adjunct professor at Webster, is also a photographer who has documented the Arctic. He said changes in the Arctic could be...

Illegal trash dumping in South St. Louis is causing harm to minorities

According to a report titled “Environmental Racism in St. Louis,” illegal trash dumping in St. Louis happens in areas with majority Black or minority...

St. Louis Thies Farm & Market struggles to shift to climate friendly tractors

Thies Farm & Market's Darrell Thies said solar and electric tractor options are too expensive for the business. Darrell Thies of Thies Farm &...

St. Louis City gets 100 on Human Rights Campaign score 10 years in a...

The Human Rights Campaign released scores for its Municipal Equality Index for 506 cities across the U.S. For the 10th year in a row, St....

Local High Schoolers attend Youth Summit on Police at Webster

On Nov. 5, Webster University hosted a Youth Summit on Police for local high school students. Students listened to a group of panelists before...

Children ages 5 to 11 can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine

On Nov. 2, the CDC panel approved the Pfizer vaccine for children who are 5 to 11 years old. It has now been 22...

Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists recognizes local icons

Carol Daniel, Earl Austin Jr. and Chris Lee are going to be honored at a "Living Legends" event, which will be hosted by the...

Webster Groves welcomes ‘visual literature’ store Betty’s Books

Betty's Books offers literature like manga ang graphic novels to the Webster Groves community. owner Betty Bayer said pictures have the power to add...