Coleman has missed three weeks with a broken hand.
More people than ever are applying for graduate schools in the face of a tough economy. But with more people earning advanced degrees, the job market is becoming flooded with "overqualified" workers. Is the deflated economy a good opportunity to pursue a advanced degree?
The Columbia native raced twice over the Memorial Day weekend.
The parade ended at the Boone County Courthouse.
The media needs to be thoughtful about when and how emergency recordings are used. Using them for scream-value alone is to risk a valuable means of protecting public safety and endanger the privacy of victims for something that often looks like an inane attempt to turn the news into "24."
The holiday was first begun to honor those who died in the Civil War. Today, we celebrate the brave soldiers who protect the peace at home and overseas.
Are the characterstics and qualities of a great city different for ethnic minority residents?
The Longhorns hope their deep pitching staff can carry them to their seventh national title.
Both accidents happened on the Meramec River.
Oklahoma is tournament's overall No. 7 seed, and Oklahoma State receives an at-large berth.
Although a few participants at the 2009 Scripps National Spelling Bee chose to study at the hotel, the rest were in their element at the spelling bee's annual barbecue and picnic in McLean, Va.
Lloyd David Lewis was wounded as a 23-year-old Army private during an attack near the town of Grosbliederstroff. The town's museum honored him with a special ceremony earlier this spring.
The number of places served by the mobile units would be reduced to 16, from 42, when the state elimates its funding of the program as of Sept. 30.
After the global recession, U.S. farmers were left with too much milk and too many cows. Many are still paying more to maintain a herd than they are paid by processors for their raw milk.
Tyronne Allen, who has been answering questions about the law for more than 35 years, is retiring to travel and spend more time volunteering with his wife.
Aung San Suu Kyi is widely expected to be found guilty on charges of harboring a Missouri man who swam across a lake to her residence. John Yettaw of Falcon has pleaded not guilty to charges against him.