Freshman Wes Kemp highlighted the scrimmage with two impressive catches.
The once defense-minded league has now become a hot bed for great offenses and even better quarterbacks.
‘I thought it was a pretty straightforward case, but it's not,' said Eddie Adelstein, Boone County Medical Examiner.
Denico Sanchez Crawley, 21, surrendered at 7:45 a.m. after a standoff at his relatives' home on Sanford. He had pulled up at a Taco Bell drive-thru hours earlier with a handgun in his lap and a female passenger bound in the seat next to him.
The organization saves 500 animals every year.
Faced with tough economic times, many horse owners find they can't keep their animals anymore.
Columbia native Carl Edwards earned his third victory this season in the Nationwide Series Saturday at Michigan International Speedway.
The Missouri Southern State University Board of Governors has given approval to pursue funding and planning for a medical doctorate program.
A new bill in Congress would require that the public be notified of sewage overflows within 24 hours of discovering contamination.
The two psychology professors accused of sexual harassment said their defense was too costly and they want to protect their families and staff.
Archbishop Raymond Burke is set to begin his final week in St. Louis with a farewell Mass.
This week, we ask you to weigh in on Jim Ritter's appointment as interim schools superintendent, Olympic moments, Columbia's tie to the Russia-Georgia conflict, a potential program that will give students statistics on their energy use and students' return to school.
The job cuts are part of corporate owner Gannett's plan to eliminate 1,000 jobs nationwide.