Critics call it the biggest tax increase in Missouri history. Proponents call Amendment 7 on the August 5 ballot a crucial vote to improve highways, bridges and transit in the state. The 3/4 cent sales tax increase would bring in more than $5 billion dollars over 10 years and add about 8 cents to a ...Continue Reading
As technology becomes ever more pervasive, the people who actually create it have an increasingly influential impact on our lives. Their ability to code allows them to mold our interactions with computers, and define what services computers bring to us. In essence, coders have become the gatekeepers of how our culture uses technology. Because of ...Continue Reading
Shannon North can preach and preach to her students that their aspirations are achievable, that advanced education is attainable. And she does just that, as the college and career facilitator at Hogan Preparatory Academy in Kansas City, Mo. The charter school, at 1221 E. Meyer Blvd., has a student population where virtually all the attendees ...Continue Reading
In The Elephant Who Found A Mom PBS’ new series MY WILD AFFAIR explores the story of a woman who adopted an elephant, and fostered hundreds of others. NOVA reviews earth’s history in Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Awakening.
Museum of the Dog VIDEO
Thinking of a road trip? If you’re heading east, here’s a stop in the St. Louis area that combines two great things–art and canines. Not the ones playing poker either! From KETC.
Missouri residents who have exhausted conventional disease cures will have access to experimental drugs under legislation signed on Monday by Gov. Jay Nixon. The so-called Right to Try legislation gives patients and their doctors the ability to procure drugs that have yet to gain approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration if the pharmaceutical ...Continue Reading