The St. Louis Big Ballers and the St. Louis Kickball Association played in the championship game of the Show-Me State Games kickball tournament Sunday at Rainbow Softball Center.
For one ecologically-minded team at the Show-Me State Games, the laid-back game of Ultimate Frisbee isn't just a good time — it's a mirror of their community values.
Les Shaeffer, an eight-year veteran of the Marines, coaches the Neosho United soccer team, which won a bronze medal in the under-6 division at the ShowMe State Games.
Karen Knowles, 58, competed Sunday morning in her fourth Show-Me State Games triathlon. Knowles said that five years ago, she was “an overweight couch-potato.”
First Christian Church pastor John Yonker will bike 380 miles to the denomination's general assembly in Indianapolis on July 25 to raise racial awareness in the church community.
In a federal effort to protect trout fish, the hydropower capacity of several dams could be reduced. Some electric companies argue that if federal efforts prove successful and hydropower from dams is reduced, potentially less carbon-friendly power plants might be relied upon as an alternative for customers.
Had it not been for Tyler Egan's quick thinking, he and his family might have been in grave danger during a fire that consumed their house on Wednesday. Tyler applied fire safety lessons recently learned in school to swiftly lead his family away from harm.
James M. Miller, professor of theater at MU, works in a number of media, particularly drawing and painting "everyday people" from Mississippi. His work is on display at MU's George Caleb Bingham Gallery until Aug. 6.
The organizers of the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival have claimed that the festival has a multi-million dollar economic impact on the community. But some downtown business owners say they don't see much benefit.
MU professor Jeff Pasley offers a scholarly take on one of the country's favorite conspiracy theories.
The revised Citizens Police Review Board ordinance does not grant the review board subpoena power and only requires the chief of police to attend meetings when requested by the board.
Sharin Muskrat, 23, was diagnosed with cancer, so her friends have rallied together and thrown a rummage sale to help raise money for her medical bills.
The Youth Fun Horse and Pony Show featured a variety of horses of every shape, size and color while allowing younger riders to test their skills.
Nixon said he is there to show support for the troops, to better understand the National Guard's role in the region and to make a pitch for securing better equipment for the Guard.
The Missouri retirement system is putting $162,258 in staff bonuses on hold because of state budget cuts stemming from the economic downturn. Gov. Jay Nixon's administration declared the move "an appropriate first step."
Swine flu and strep throat cases prompted officials to send hundreds of campers home a day early last week.
The cupcake is 1 foot tall and 2 feet wide with 15 pounds of fudge filling and 60 pounds of yellow icing.
From the highs of Moon, Pa., in 1969 to the ever-illusive nature of Mars, space travel will always inspire the curiosity of adventurous Americans.
A variety of museums, space centers and other institutions are marking the anniversary of the 1969 moonwalk with events, exhibits, concerts and lectures.
A police officer told the kids they were violating an ordinance that bans sales without a permit. The officer later said he did not know the law only applied to persons 16 years and older.