KANSAS CITY — Drawing dirty looks in the San Diego locker room was easy after Larry Johnson and the Kansas City Chiefs snuffed out the Chargers’ playoff hopes with a 20-7 victory Saturday.
ST. LOUIS — So who needs Reggie Bush? The San Francisco 49ers got a pair of big runs from backups in a victory over the St. Louis Rams.
JEFFERSON CITY — Thousands of low-income Missourians lost their state-funded health care. Thousands of Missouri businesses got some long-sought relief from the state.
ST. LOUIS — Jerry Toops heard his wife scream his name in the dark. He awoke to hear a roar he could only describe as a calvacade of F-14 jets if combined with a fleet of trains.
ST. LOUIS — Outfielder Juan Encarnacion and second baseman Junior Spivey agreed to contracts with the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday, two more parts of the team’s offseason rebuilding.
Several church-sponsored events featured a manger, a shining star, tunics and painted backgrounds to add authenticity and flair to their depictions of the life of Jesus.
Dreaming of a white Christmas? It might happen, depending on the definition of “white Christmas.”
Like most parents, Robin Reuben has plenty to do before Christmas: cook, buy gifts, decorate the house.
If you find yourself trying to capture holiday memories with a digital camera this weekend, if you happen to find one of these hot items under your tree, or if you want to use some holiday cash to buy one, there’s a good chance you’ll experience a bit of frustration.
At Columbia’s landfill, garbage soon will be used to create clean and renewable energy.
Stephens College is seeking to rezone four tracts of land on campus, including one that has two timeworn dormitories slated for major renovation.
Christmastime in Columbia: Evergreen wreaths dot the facades of downtown buildings, and scarlet bows standout against lush green branches. Strands of lights twinkle through windows flecked with artificial snow, casting light on storefront Christmas trees. Atop Boone County National Bank, a large white flag screams “Noel” to the downtown skyline.
For months, a Wal-Mart Supercenter at the corner of West Broadway and Fairview Avenue was only a frightening idea for those who would live in the building’s shadow.
Rocheport has received a $300,000 federal grant toward planned improvements to the city’s water system.
The Missouri Department of Conservation reports that the 2005 firearms deer kill is the third largest in Missouri history, at 249,912.
MU art professor Jerry Berneche recently reminded seven MU art students that being an artist can sometimes pay.
Randy Morrow has been named interim president of Boone Hospital Center until a new full-time president is appointed.
KANSAS CITY, — If anybody knows how to win in Arrowhead Stadium in December, it’s Donnie Edwards.
ST. LOUIS — This is the kind of season the St. Louis Rams have endured: Rookie cornerback Ron Bartell didn’t even dress for the first six games of the season and now he’s preparing for his sixth straight start.