Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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 &...

Photo Series: Inmates protest at St. Louis City Justice Center

On April 5, inmates at the City Justice Center in St. Louis protested. They broke windows and chanted as people gathered on the street...

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,...

Black Lives Matter co-founder speaks at Webster

Patrisse Cullors is a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. On Feb. 24, Cullors spoke as a keynote speaker at Webster's Diversity, Equity...

Court dismisses NAACP lawsuit on voter ID law

This afternoon, the Missouri Secretary of State's office announced that the Circuit Court in Cole County dismissed the lawsuit against a new voter ID...

Activist voices in town stand against anonymous opposition

Activists from Peace United Church of Christ are not backing down after their church was vandalized with racist graffiti. Friday night on East Lockwood Avenue...

‘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...

March for Our Lives in pictures

Photo: 15,000 protesters marched under the rain chanting for unity to end gun violence in St. Louis and nationwide.

Severe weather leaves students stranded at home

Severe weather impacted Webster's St. Louis campus over the week — but classes went on as scheduled, virtually.  This past week, St. Louis received a...

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...

North Webster residents keep black history alive in the community

Members of the North Webster community are keeping the history of the area alive by displaying and discussing the town's black history.  The north Webster...

54% of schools did not have a pandemic plan before COVID-19

During the 2017-2018 school year, most schools did not have a written plan for a pandemic. Webster Groves School District was one of the...

St. Louis Public Library offers extended technology and hotspot rentals

The St. Louis Public Library’s (SLPL) Chromebook and hotspot rental program has just expanded. The program lets community members rent Chromebooks and hotspots the...

Webster introduces Ghana study abroad through two month research program

Professor Danielle MacCartney and ten Webster students were among the first to officially study abroad at Webster's campus in Accra, Ghana.

Director of Community Engagement to start new position with the city of Webster Groves

Jennifer Starkey has been with Webster since 2013. On May 3, she will start her new position for the city of Webster Groves. Jennifer Starkey...

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...