The Hood Report: The Saint Louis Special Edition

Published: October 2, 2019

On this week's episode of The Hood Report, Emily Hood discusses some of the big events happening in St. Louis this week, including...

Looking at the camera, sophomore Austin Barker shows his blind eye. Barker was diagnosed with cancer in his left eye, and that lead him to be blind in
his left eye. Barker luckily lived, and the only thing his left eye does is turn different colors in different lightings.

Sophomore Austin Barker Has Been In and Out of the Hospital His Whole Childhood

Published: May 3, 2019

At the age of 10 and a half months, in April of 2004, Austin Barker was sitting in his highchair when his father, Bryan Barker,...

Missouri Botanical Garden Hosts Annual Orchid Show

Missouri Botanical Garden Hosts Annual Orchid Show

Published: March 4, 2019

The Missouri Botanical Garden held its annual Orchid Show from Feb. 1 to March 2, for a once in a year opportunity. Vivid color...

The Hood Report: Government Shutdown Finally Ends

Published: January 30, 2019

On this week's episode of The Hood Report, anchor Emily Hood discusses the deal made by President Trump and Democrats to temporarily...

How an Airshow Impacts A Community

Published: November 16, 2018

The Spirit of Saint Louis Airshow is a 2 year airshow that showcases aviation. It has a lot of activities and festivities for...

The Kennel Club Museum of Dog sits at 1721 South Mason Road in St. Louis. The museum is open year-round and the admission price is $6 for adults. Visitors are allowed to bring their own dogs to the museum for free.

The Kennel Club Museum of the Dog is an Authentic Experience for Both the Art Connoisseur and the Canine

Published: March 22, 2018

From the outside, the Kennel Club Museum of the Dog may seem like a dainty manor off the corner of Queenie Park, but once inside...

Women March for Justice

Published: February 21, 2018

The women's march is an annual event held throughout St. Louis. Women gathered on January 20th to stand up and expose the inequalities...

Garden Glow Returns to the St. Louis Botanical Gardens

Published: December 26, 2017

Returning for its fifth year with 130,000 expected visitors, the Garden Glow at St. Louis’ Botanical Gardens is being he...

A City Divided: St. Louis Residents Comment on Racial Tensions In The Area

Published: October 13, 2017

"We must be unanimous; there must be no pulling different ways; we must hang together." John Hancock, July 4, 1776. Our founding...

Protesters follow their leaders chants on Sept. 20, at the Galleria Mall.

Protests Form at Galleria Mall Wednesday, Following Acquittal of Ex-Police Officer

Published: September 21, 2017

"Who's streets? Our streets!" These words sparked the flames of an organized protest, with the group's leader calling for change...

Top 5 Things To Do at Steinberg Skating Rink

Published: February 7, 2017

There are other fun things to do at Steinberg Skating Rink besides ice skating on one of the largest outdoor rinks in the Midwest....