The Lebanese army shell a position being used by a militant sniper in the besieged Nahr el-Bared refugee camp near the city of Tripoli in Lebanon Sunday, June 3, 2007, as the Lebanese army continued to battle against Islamic militants barricaded in the Palestinian refugee camp in northern Lebanon.
Rain washed out Sunday’s NASCAR Nextel Cup race at Dover International Speedway, marking the third time this season that weather disrupted the schedule.
J.P. Howell was one of Tampa Bay’s final cuts at the end of spring training. Now, he’s determined to make the most of his latest chance in the major leagues.
The Anaheim Ducks will have to play without Chris Pronger again.
Albert Pujols hit two home runs on Sunday and nearly had two more, an encouraging sign for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Of all the fearsome players the Eastern Conference has sent West to do battle with the game’s most established stars, who would have figured on ’Bron-Bron and Boobie?
The Missouri baseball team uses a number of utility personnel. They don’t have a batting average, or any RBIs, and they must pay for their own uniforms. Instead of using eye black, they wear mascara.
Chris Dominguez’s hit should have been the highlight of Sunday night’s NCAA regional game between Louisville and Missouri. Dominguez’s home run was the winner in the Cardinals’ 4-3 victory over the Tigers, ruining Missouri’s hopes for an undefeated regional title.
Since 1990, the U.S. government has talked about reducing carbon dioxide, the chief global warming gas. But since then, Missouri has gone the opposite way.
Only a low credit score stood between Alipio Estruch and a mortgage to buy a $449,000 Spanish-style house in Weston, Fla., a few miles west of Fort Lauderdale.
Missourians should be very concerned about the impact of this anti-prevention, anti-sex-education bill, HB 1055.
Today’s discussion is about immigration, migration and even remigration. These issues are a great part of the current debate about immigration reform in the U.S. Congress. We’d like to put some perspective on that debate.
The Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts’ fundraising campaign, “Home is Where the Art Is,” came to an abrupt halt Wednesday with $14,184.99 raised and an executive director in a cast.
Members of the Minority Men’s Network will present a recommendation to the City Council tonight to establish a citizen review board for the Columbia Police Department because of what they see as a widening rift between police and community members.
Columbia Parks and Recreation received a state Department of Conservation grant intended for use toward facilities at Philips Lake.
Mary Lou Forbes’ career started out of a simple desire to redecorate a new home 40 years ago. After 40 years of honing her craft, the 90-year-old painter is putting her work on display for the first time. The Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art in Fayette will feature her work and that of Anna Mae Hodge in “From Fayette to the World.”
In 1967, the Mid-Missouri Mental Health Center became the first federally funded comprehensive community mental health facility in the nation. On Friday, current and former staff members gathered to celebrate the 40-year history of Mid-Mo, as the center is known.
A recent state bill would hold abortion providers in Missouri to the same standards as ambulatory surgical centers, and Columbia’s Planned Parenthood clinic would not be able to provide surgical abortions until significant upgrades are made to its facility.
Don’t let people smoke in your home. Get rid of the ashtray in your car. Have the support of your family and friends. These are some tips that Cindy Brengarth tells her patients who have decided that it is time to quit smoking or to at least start thinking about it.
Luann Jackson, left, and Arthur Wolf, of Neosho, listen to Richard Egan, a cartographer by trade, play an original J.W. Boone piece during the Music Fair on Sunday. The Music Fair is a mid-afternoon introduction for the Original “Blind” Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival, held from Sunday through Tuesday at the Missouri Theatre. The festival is in honor of legendary ragtime artist and Columbia resident J.W. Boone. In all, 33 performers will take the stage during the festival, including performers Butch Thompson and Mimi Blais.