If St. Louis rookie running back Brian Leonard ever needs a favor, he knows where to turn. While finishing a stellar college career at Rutgers University, Leonard became acquainted with actor James Gandolfini, a Rutgers graduate who attends three or four games a year.
One hundred twenty professional cyclists will come to the state in six weeks, and routes for the Tour of Missouri are now set.
Buddy Bell chose family over baseball on Wednesday, resigning as manager of the last-place Kansas City Royals effective at the end of the season.
After Tuesday night’s standoff in which two explosive devices were found in a southeast Columbia home, investigators wouldn’t say whether the man charged with possessing them ever planned to use them.
The Rainbow House offers emergency shelter for the homeless, but outreach workers aim to extend care to teens in need of food and shelter for a longer time.
Representatives of several Missouri districts say they made decisions differently regarding new school locations than Columbia Public Schools officials.
Missouri state senator and likely attorney general candidate Chris Koster announced Wednesday morning that he is leaving the Republican Party and joining the Democrats.
Another fair has ended, and it has left Boone County Fairgrounds board members with a lot of positive feedback.
Dorsey, a former MU student, recently published his first book, “Mistakes and Glories: The Journal of Daniel Dorsey,” an unedited look at his stint this summer as a volunteer teacher in Nairobi, Kenya.
MU officials are preparing to welcome a 2007 freshman class that will be about the same size as last fall’s, despite a more than 5 percent increase in admissions applications.
The Columbia Police Department took neighbors' wishes into account in the planning stages of a multi-million training facility, Capt. Mike Martin said.
COLUMBIA - A five-hour standoff Tuesday night between police and a man who allegedly hid a bomb in a fourplex house ended without incident after the man surrendered.
COLUMBIA — Sen. Chris Koster announced Wednesday that he was switching from the Republican to the Democratic Party, as he prepares for a likely run for attorney general.
ST. LOUIS - The former head of the state public defender's office in St. Louis has pleaded guilty to federal charges of arranging a sham marriage to keep his boyfriend in the U.S.
KANSAS CITY - Two teenagers were charged Tuesday with kidnapping and assault after they allegedly kidnapped a pregnant woman and held her in a motel room until one of the suspects left the room and alerted police.
Royals unload Dotel, Cards acquire Piniero in baseball moves. Rangers trade away first baseman Teixeira, closer Gagne in separate deals.
Carlos Silva usually sleeps until 1 p.m. when he’s pitching later that night, but trade-deadline anxiety had him up four hours earlier to turn on the television for updates.
Wide receiver Isaac Bruce, a second-round pick in 1994 before the team’s final season on the West Coast, heads into his 14th season coming off a very productive year.
When it comes to developing front-line starting quarterbacks, the Kansas City Chiefs are 0-forever.
The St. Louis Cardinals climbed back into the NL Central race by twice rallying from big deficits against Milwaukee last weekend. The Pittsburgh Pirates should have known better than to give them a second chance.