The Columbia College softball team lost to McKendree twice on Sunday in the AMC tournament championship in Jefferson City.
Tigers extend winning streak to seven games.
Airstream trailer owners had a chance to connect with fellow owners as well as view other trailers during the open house of the Wally Byam Caravan Club International's Region 8 rally Saturday. The rally itself ran from Wednesday to Sunday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
The Tigers defeated Nebraska 5-0 on Sunday at University Field.
Talladega crash prompts discussion with NASCAR on safety.
Missouri quarterback one of several players hoping for a chance to attend training camp.
But a Times Co. spokeswoman said no agreeement has been reached.
John Edwards has acknowledged that the government is investigating the use of his presidential campaign funds, but says that he is "confident that no funds from (his) campaign were used improperly."
More selenium and metals such as arsenic accumulate in waterways now because power plants were forced to install pollution-control "scrubbing" technology, which keeps contaminants from going to smokestacks, but then stores them as coal ash or sludge, which then contaminates waterways. The EPA estimates utilities produce roughly 130,000 tons per year of these residues.
U.S. health officials said on Sunday that they are cautiously hopeful that the new swine flu isn't as dangerous as initially feared. Officials also said that the outbreak in Mexico is slowing.
Five of six church members charged with sexually abusing girls have had their charges dropped. The prosecutor says the case is difficult to proceed with because the accusers don't want to go through the public hearings.
Legislation to reduce Missouri's intrastate phone access fees was delayed by a Senate filibuster last week because it has both good and bad consequences for customers.
Fred Parry has spent the last six months making the best of a would-be downer. He has lost weight and committed more time to the magazine. He has also made peace with his gentler side, after realizing he could shed the rude personality he adopted for the radio show, because no one was provoking him any longer. There’s more: The prominent, well-connected businessman who can be abrasive and is used to playing by his own rules has uncovered a surprising new spiritual side.
A 480-acre recreational destination with a coliseum, drag strip and more, could be popping up just south of the city of Clark.
Hickman High School students adopted a soldier in November. On Friday, that soldier came back to thank them.
A survey found that more than half of 300 workplaces had plans for a pandemic.
The gang is also being investigated in connection with the disappearance of another man.
A tally of swine flu's impact and scope throughout the United States and the rest of the world.
The unidentified pilot walked away unhurt.