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Justice Department clears Wilson of civil rights...03/04/15
Seven months after Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, the U.S. Department of Justice is releasing the results of two...
Sit down with the hosts of ‘Radiolab’
Even off the air, Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, well-known as the hosts of “Radiolab,” have a chemistry that just works. They giggle and bicker. They...
Monday: STLPR introduces new podcast, ‘We Live Here’
We live here. Those are the words that we found ourselves saying in the months after Michael Brown was fatally shot last August by then-police officer...
Looking back: Schweich talks about his love of law, finding purpose
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich died Thursday; he was 54. In June 2003, Schweich was a guest on “St. Louis on the Air,” hosted by Mike Sampson. At the...
Six months after the ice bucket challenge, did it help?
Six months ago, the ALS Association's ice bucket challenge became a viral sensation, raising millions of dollars for the organization. How's the money...
Figuring out what’s real and what isn’t in the media
We've all seen Facebook posts from friends or family members that include links to stories that seem almost but not quite plausible. How can you figure...
Gays in the military photo exhibit opens Friday
Documentary photographer Vincent Cianni recently turned his attention to gay members of the U.S. military. His photos will be featured at an exhibit...
Missouri schools chief Vandeven: Normandy is ‘fixable’; approach must...
Margie Vandeven has been Missouri’s commissioner of elementary and secondary education for less than two months, but she’s hardly a newcomer to the...
Nonprofit helps St. Louis' homeless youth
St. Louis has nearly 2,500 homeless teens and children, according to Covenant House Missouri. The nonprofit says many are fleeing abuse, neglect,...
Author explores the paradox of parenting
Parenting is "all joy and no fun," author Jennifer Senior says. There are great highs, but there also are daily struggles, large and small, she says....
Why was the planetarium blue and green?
The St. Louis Science Center's planetarium was lit blue and green Monday night in honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
How to talk to today's teens about sex
Sex. That little three-letter word strikes fear in many parents' hearts. Today's teens are well informed and tech-savvy. And there's a lot of...
U.S. Rep. Bost breaks down his first month on the job
On Mike Bost's first day as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, he participated in the usual swearing-in ceremonies and co-sponsored...
How to identify, treat eating disorders
Teenage girls aren't the only ones dealing with eating disorders. Boys and older women are two of the fastest growing populations of those affected by...
Legal roundtable explores body camera, civilian review board questions
What does it mean, legally, if a civilian review board has subpoena power? Can law enforcement officers turn off dash or body cameras during an arrest?...
Would Municipalities Be Better Together?
Is the St. Louis region more efficient and effective with municipalities, or as a unified entity? Better Together was created in 2013 to explore whether...
St. Louis County Launches Heroin Education Initiative
St. Louis has a heroin problem. New attention was brought to that problem during the Super Bowl, when the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse...
Former FBI Director Mueller Visits St. Louis
Robert S. Mueller III became director of the FBI in 2001, just one week before the Sept. 11 attacks. He then had the enormous responsibility of leading...
Eagle Forum President 'Adamantly Opposes' Same-Sex Marriage
Ed Martin wants to make it clear that he does not support same-sex marriage, and neither does the Eagle Forum. Martin has taken over as president of the...
Presidents Day: Take A Road Trip With President Truman
In the summer of 1953, Harry and Bess Truman threw 11 suitcases in their new Chrysler New Yorker and headed east. They planned to drive from their home...
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