Missouri baseball unable to sweep Kansas State

Tigers' win-streak ends at four games.

Missouri softball extends win streak to nine

Tigers sweep series against Texas Tech.

Penny slots making lots of cents in Missouri

Many casino customers prefer more modern machines.

Missouri tennis team comes out on winning end of one-point victory

The Tigers won their final home match 4-3 on Sunday over the Iowa State Cyclones, after having lost five matches by one point this season.

UPDATE: 'Empire of the Sun' author Ballard dies

J.G. Ballard, who also wrote the novel "Crash," which was transposed into a film, died Sunday. He was 78.

Probe continues as funeral is held for fire victims

The three children who died in a Holts Summit house fire died of carbon monoxide poisoning, according to an autopsy. Investigators still don't know how long it will take to determine the cause of the fire.

Slick roads cause collision on I-70

While traveling eastbound on Interstate 70, a vehicle sideswiped another vehicle it was passing, traveled through the median and struck a westbound-traveling tractor trailer. Four individuals were taken to University Hospital. Motorists should expect delays while emergency vehicles finish clearing the scene.

271 million pounds of pharmaceutical drugs in US drinking water

An AP investigation identified compound traces of pharmaceuticals in U.S. drinking water and report at least 271 million pounds of drugs have made their way into waterways. Despite that, the U.S. government does not require drug companies to report the amount or type of compounds released into wastewater. The AP gathered data from government agencies that indirectly collect information.

14 arrests made in sobriety check Saturday night

The Boone County Sheriff's Department, the Hallsville Police Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol conducted a sobriety check Saturday night at Shalimar Drive and Missouri 763. They made 14 arrests while checking 233 vehicles.

Mourners feel loss 14 years after Oklahoma City bombing

Survivors remember Oklahoma City bombings with tribute to the 168 who died. Sunday marked the 14-year anniversary of the bombing.

Man stabbed at Broadway Break Time

Witnesses saw two men in a verbal argument in the Break Time lot before one of the men allegedly assaulted the other with an unknown weapon.

Victims say men burglarized wrong house

Victims of a robbery early Sunday morning think three suspects burglarized the wrong home, because the suspects called them by the wrong name. Electronic devices and an undisclosed amount of money were stolen.

MU researchers study fatal disease affecting housecats

Two MU researchers are trying to prevent ticks from carrying a disease called Cytauxzoonosis from bobcats to domestic cats, infecting them fatally.

Speed limit study could lead to citywide slowdown

The city, in conjunction with MU researchers, is studying the effects of reducing speed limits in neighborhoods.

Students hope Day of Silence serves as a lesson

Students at MU and Stephens College spoke up for the LGBTQ community by remaining silent on Friday, as part of the National Day of Silence.

SW Mo sheriff wants inmates to help with costs

Green County Sheriff Jim Arnott wants to charge inmates for booking and medical costs in response to the county commissioner's request for budget-cutting ideas.

KC art museum to display first part of redo

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art went ahead with the $17.2 million upgrade despite recent budget cuts.