Missouri official investigates day care ‘fight club’ claims

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is launching his own investigation of a St. Louis day care center where two workers were accused of facilitating a “fight club” among small children, his office said Wednesday. The announcement came two weeks after St. Louis prosecutors dropped criminal charges against the former Adventure Learning Center workers. Schmitt’s office says it…

Winter Weather Related Closings

Tuesday 02/19/19 Chamberlain College of Nursing | CLOSING AT 4:00 PM Parkway Schools | No PM Activities Ritenour School District | No PM Activities Rockwood School District | No PM Activities Wentzville R 4 Schools | No PM Activities Alexandra Ballet | CLOSED Chesterfield American Legion 556 | CLOSED EMASS | CLOSING AT 6:00 PM Florissant Valley Memorial Post 444 | MEETING CANCELLED Kirkwood…

SLU And NGA Present Mapping Statistics On Crime, Poverty

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  St. Louis University and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency are using technology to address poverty and crime. Saint Louis University (SLU) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) four part series, “Geospatial 101” explores how geospatial data is used to visualize patterns of poverty, crime, and unemployment. During the second part of the series…

Illinois 1 of 16 States Suing the Trump Administration

Sacramento, CA (AP) Illinois is one of 16 states suing the Trump administration over the President’s emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S. – Mexico boarder. California’s attorney general Xavier Becerra released a statement saying the Trump administration’s action violates the Constitution. The states involved in the suit include California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware,…