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Students march around the Old Post Office in downtown St. Louis on Friday.

It marked the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, which killed 12 students and one teacher. The two students who plotted the attack killed themselves.

Using an iPad program, the Girl Scouts of the Royal Queens robotics team coded a Lego robot that can water plants. On Wednesday, they took it to Houston to compete in the annual world robotics championship.

“We have fun and we get to make memories with each other,” Zoi Williams, 8, said.

The Royal Queens, a robotics team at Fairview...

A seventh-grader from Christ the King School in University City won the state-level competition of the National Geographic Bee on Friday at Moberly Area Community College, the event's organizers said.

With his victory, Jackson Cooper won a $200 cash prize, the “National Geographic Visual Atlas of the World, 2nd Edition,” and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington to represent Missouri in...

A pair of prominent STL men will join the ranks of Churchill Fellows at Westminster College in Fulton.

The local honorees are businessman and philanthropist Sam Fox, who also was the former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium; and Westminster alumnus Neal F. Perryman, of the Lewis Rice law firm.

The ceremony is 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Church of St. Mary...

LEBANON • Of course, she gets just a little nervous waiting to find out which word officials at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Spelling Bee will throw at her, Alice Liu admits.

But Liu is a pro. She’s been through the St. Louis bee before and into the late rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington.

She makes sure...

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