SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Bonds spent a third day stuck at 714 and watched Albert Pujols hit his 23rd homer of the season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Curtis Granderson’s double keyed a four-run eighth inning Tuesday night and lifted Detroit past Kansas City 8-5, the Royals’ 11th straight loss.
For Helen Jeavons, the sport of Action Pistol Shooting is not about winning and losing. It’s about how she shoots her highly specialized, Italian-made Tanfoglio 9mm semiautomatic pistol.
As Brenda Kurz and her husband, Erich, shuffled among their guests, setting out platters of sandwiches and making sure everything was perfect for their oldest son’s entrance to a birthday and graduation party in his honor Monday night, they had to stop from time to time to answer a question they’ve grown used to hearing: “How’s he doing?”
Seven years after donating $1.1 million in Enron stock to his alma mater and with little to show for the gift, company founder Kenneth Lay asked MU to steer the unspent money to Hurricane Katrina relief.
Park Avenue resident Robert Jackson Jr. doesn’t want to move again if he can help it. But if the Columbia Housing Authority decides to implement a $21 million Park Avenue redevelopment proposal, he might not have a choice.
MU scientist Curt Davis did not have national TV campaigns in mind when he began studying sea level rise in Antarctica 17 years ago. He was caught by surprise when he saw his research used to play down the threat of global warming.
After living in Columbia public housing his entire life, Marlon Jordan finally moved out of his Trinity Place apartment in 1984. But he still has a high stake in what happens to the Park Avenue apartments because he doesn’t want his sister to be forced to move.
The low roar of motorcycles could be heard off in the distance as people waited Monday for over 400 motorcyclists clad in leather and American flags to arrive at the Phillips 66 on St. Charles Road.
As principal, Susan Fales likes to stroll through the halls of Ridgeway Elementary School to “take the pulse of the building.” She likes that students sometimes come up to her, excitedly asking to read to her.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Ethics Commission has raised “serious concerns” about House Speaker Rod Jetton’s work as a political consultant for another lawmaker.
As principal of Lange Middle School, Tom Schlimpert’s days are “totally busy and typically unpredictable,” he said. There is never a dull day — or night — as both are consumed by his work at the school, he said.
After Barbaro’s surgery, the numbers seemed fantastic. Five hours, 23 screws and one plate later, the 3-year-old colt awoke on a raft in a pool and was later moved to a recovery facility. But to veterinarians at MU, this type of surgery is nothing new.
KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. — Barbaro was on his feet Monday in his 12-by-12 stall, and that’s where he’ll be for the next few days, the next few weeks and probably the next few months.
ST. LOUIS — David Eckstein got his first day off on Sunday, not because he needed one but because the St. Louis Cardinals know they need him for the long haul.
With her typically cheerful voice and manner, Charlotte Brumfield provides a homelike atmosphere for her students. She calls everyone “friend.”
As Stephens College works to rebuild its enrollment, one popular department has been upgraded to a school and its department chairwoman has been named the dean.
Farmer Dan Kuebler will soon install machinery that few others in Missouri use. A grant from the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program will allow Kuebler to use solar power to irrigate his farmland and sustain his crops.
Straying from the sturdy trunk, branches curve outward to embrace the sun. They stretch with the same excitement as arms waving out of a convertible on the first warm day of spring.
JEFFERSON CITY — Everyone loves a win-win scenario. It goes something like this: “My idea will save money and increase public safety” or “it will spur the economy while providing good-paying jobs.”