The League of Women Voters of Missouri urges Attorney General Jay Nixon to support continuation of the moratorium on the death penalty.
Efforts to give Missouri manufacturing a tax break on utilities was successful in this year’s legislative session — in a way, too successful.
Nick Rodriguez finds inspiration in different places. “I’ll find ideas from people walking, music, actors, the ballet. Anything that can relate to dance, really,” he said.
Around 120-150 athletes ages 5 through 14 will test their endurance Saturday in the Youth Lions Triathlon at Wilson’s Beach Club in Columbia.
The rainout of Thursday night’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Mets pushed St. Louis starter Adam Wainwright back a day.
A Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force investigation ended in the arrest of a 27-year-old Columbia man on suspicion of first-degree promotion of child pornography Thursday.