Niyonzima Etienne's family, which includes his father and six siblings, is part of a growing African community in Columbia's First Ward. In Columbia, the refugees have found a support network that has helped them accomplish their goals. In turn, their new friends have learned more about the meaning of community.
Edwards, who is winless in 2009, was convinced Stewart would run out of fuel.
La Russa said Friday that Twitter has agreed to pay legal fees and make a donation to his Animal Rescue Foundation.
Let’s follow the example of Christ and bait the hook of God’s promises and trust Him to make the big catch of that lost and wandering fish. So, the next time you feel like a big fish in a little pond, remember, God has the right bait to catch to put you out and give you just what you need to face to challenges of today.
After a number of recent church shootings, including the killing of George Tiller, churches are looking for ways to increase their security without compromising the sanctity of a place of worship.
Missourian's Neighborhood Newsletters has been fairly successful so far — e-mail newsletters are now delivered to 10 neighborhoods, and almost 1,000 people have subscribed.
Jackson opens an account to avoid problems Cardinals manager Tony La Russa has encountered.
Forearm injury leads to pitcher's first disabled list appearance.
Scott Roeder, who is being held at a Wichita jail, called The Associated Press to express that "other similar events are planned" and that he is not satisfied with the conditions in which he is being detained.
William Theodore Boliek Jr. received a stay of execution from Gov. Mel Carnahan in 1997. After Carnahan's death in 2000, lawyers for his successor, Bob Holden, said the stay was worded in a way that only Carnahan could act on it.
Jakes, who is pastor of The Potter's House, a megachurch in Dallas, gave a sermon at a prayer service for President Barack Obama on Inauguration Day. A Fort Worth fire spokesman says the blast appears to have been an accident.
Reactions to George Tiller's death blur the line between faith and abortion.
Asian carp were once overpopulated in the Missouri river, but recent reproductive problems and lack of food means the species could face a die-off, or drastic decline in population.
Phoenix Programs, a not-for-profit organization in Columbia aiding people with addiction, has submitted an essay to the Show Your Impact contest. The voting deadline has been extended to noon Monday.
The review board would function as a liason between the Columbia Police Department and city residents.
National Trails Day gave visitors a reason to enjoy and preserve Columbia's nature trails as visitors took part in sports events and an educational nature expo at the fifth annual celebration.
An unlikely photographer's career began after he broke into and changed information in his Air Force personell file.
Gary Rhine, an auctioneer and a former cancer patient, pledges to raise over $10,000 in an auction at the 18 FORE Life charity event in Dexter, Mo.
As rumors abound regarding David Carradine's death, his family members are working to enlist the help of the FBI and a forensic pathologist in the deepening investigation.
One nun was killed and another was injured Sunday after being hit by a car outside a suburban St. Louis church.