Northwest Alternative Spring Break is set to travel to the Carolinas, helping in relief efforts from Hurricane Florence for its yearly service trip this semester. Read more
Missouri legislators passed a bill aiming to make it easier for consumers to tell the difference between plant-based meat and real meat. Read more
Maryville Public Safety has arrested a suspect in relation to the attempted armed robbery at City Star convenience store Jan. 29 around 9:45 p.m. Read more
Maryville faced record-breaking low temperatures Wednesday as an arctic deep freeze engulfed the midwest, resulting in Northwest canceling classes and closing campus. Read more
A retired staff member who committed 45 years of his life to building up and innovating campus as the Assistant Director of Facility Services died Nov. 12. Read more
With Missouri voters passing two new laws since the last city council meeting took place, members spent Tuesday addressing those changes and its future impact on the community. Read more
The city of Maryville is looking to implement wayfinding signs across the town for local attractions as a part of a cohesive city improvement project series beginning this year.
The Missouri House of Representatives advanced one of the nations strongest pro-life bills in an afternoon of debate, leading to what could be a ban of almost all abortions in the state.
The University calendar will go into May from this semester on, but the majority of local landlords have their leases ending April 30, leaving students scrambling for solutions.
A new bill has been introduced to the Missouri Senate which would weaken the Sunshine Law. If passed the bill would limit the transparency required of government officials and their constituents.