Flexed feet, pitched turns and body-wrenching lifts are mainstays of Claire Magee’s current style of dance: modern and ballet mixed with a determined attitude and a lot of power and strength.
Almost as soon as the April 3 election results were made public, Susan Daly got busy. For about one month, Daly filed through school data and census reports, called town meetings and evaluated public interest.
The Senate has always prided itself on being the chamber where discussion and compromise are encouraged, but recent actions and accusations by both parties may have led to a deterioration of these ideals.
Do you believe in UFOs? Still believe that Santa Claus exists? According to a recent study by Laura King, a professor of psychological sciences at MU, these seemingly irrational thoughts may be a result of your mood.
After Martha Broyles’ husband was diagnosed with brain cancer, she wasn’t able to work and had to spend time at home to take care of him. Bob Broyles was receiving disability pay, but they were having problems paying the bills.
It’s three hours before the show, and the flavorful, buttery smell of popcorn starts to slowly waft through the air, swirling with the gritty dust at the Boone County Fairgrounds Coliseum.
The Missouri softball team ended its season with a 3-0 loss to DePaul on Saturday in the championship round of its NCAA regional at Charlotte West Stadium in Carbondale, Ill.
Kyle Mach singled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning, and Missouri capitalized on two Oklahoma State errors for a 7-4 win Sunday that completed a three-game sweep in Stillwater, Okla.
DETROIT — Detroit’s Justin Verlander stayed unbeaten in May and Brandon Inge hit a home run to help the Tigers win 6-2 on Sunday, completing a sweep of the defending world champion St. Louis Cardinals.
MOBILE, Ala. — Charlie Lord stands at the entrance to Hank Aaron Stadium, under a giant baseball emblazoned with the famed “755” and facing a life-sized cutout of Mobile’s most famous son.
BALTIMORE — No Triple, no buzz.
And maybe no Kentucky Derby winner for the Belmont Stakes, either.
DENVER — Reliever Joel Peralta couldn’t describe his first major league hit. His eyes were closed. Peralta, a converted shortstop, connected on a two-run double in a five-run 12th inning as the Kansas City Royals beat the Colorado Rockies 10-5 on Sunday.
It has taken the World Bank and the Bush administration much time to find a way to remove Paul Wolfowitz as the bank’s preside.
Lawmakers, who often liken budgeting to a family balancing its checkbook, might need to transfer money from the state’s savings account to cover checks written during the 2007 legislative session that ended Friday.
BAD AROLSEN, Germany — Looking back at the first weeks after World War II, a French lieutenant named Henri Francois-Poncet despaired at ever fulfilling his mission of establishing the fate of French inmates of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.