Will Franklin wasn’t waiting by the phone when the fourth round of the NFL Draft got under way. With the second day of the draft starting at 9 a.m. central time Sunday, he had other things on his mind.
“I was actually asleep in bed and I got the phone call,” he said. “It was an unknown number, and I was like, ‘Who could be calling me unknown, a reporter or a team?’”
Throughout the year as part of “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” groups of men wear high heels and take a walk to raise awareness about sexual assault and domestic violence.
Christian Head,13, and Ashley Shelton, 14, have passed on playing other sports to focus on becoming top-flight divers.
Tigers center fielder remains one stolen base away from breaking the single-season Big 12 record, and Renth remains needs just one home run short of a new single-season school record.
Chester and Marian Hilgedick navigate a two-step on the gym floor at the Ashland Senior Citizen Prom in perfect time with a grace acquired through 59 years as partners.
The story goes that Marian tagged along with a girlfriend who was going to a dance in Jefferson City. Chester spotted Marian in the room and quickly walked over and asked her to dance with him.
Police have yet to determine if three robberies that occurred over the weekend are linked.
Students at Parkade Elementary School speak their minds about what kind of play equipment they would like with the new grant approved by the City Council.
Cameras record the violation, but can’t confirm the driver, so many simply don't show up to pay fines.
The number of pregnant women with pre-existing diabetes has more than doubled in seven years, a California study found, a troubling trend that means health risks for both mothers and newborns.
Corn farmers are earning more money as a result of the ethanol mandate, but livestock producers, unhappy about the rising cost of feed, want legislators to repeal the ethanol law.
Investigators think the fire, which caused an estimated $5,000 in damage, was started by juvenile trespassers.
President Bush’s meetings with Middle East leaders is one way of trying to leave a mark at the end of his presidency.
The Rock Bridge second baseman and lead off batter was hit by four pitches during the Bruins’ final two games in the Sells Development/Red Weir Classic. He’ll tell you it was five, even though the umpire didn’t agree.
The Cougars beat William Woods 9-0 and pitcher Valerie Teter was named the conference's freshman of the year.
The Tigers' win helps keep them in the running for a solid seed in the NCAA tournament, but the team has been mathematically eliminated in the race for the regular season Big 12 title.
More than 160 people volunteered on Saturday to clean up a stretch of the Missouri River west of Hartsburg.
Columbia TreeKeeper volunteers handed out pin oak, tulip poplar, pitch loblolly pine, bald cypress, Norway spruce and redbud trees in the parking lot of the Activity and Recreation Center on Saturday.