Luis Duran turned his life around by getting serious about kickboxing.
As a major pork-producing state, Missouri could be affected by legislation regulating use of antibiotics in food.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer should support Obama's efforts to provide real solutions to America's health care problems.
The Han Chinese are trying to assimilate an area in which the Uighurs live. As a result, some Uighurs, a small minority in China, began challenging Han domination.
Missouri linebacker was a unanimous All-Big 12 selection last season.
To help accomadate veterans, colleges accross the country are offering new classes and programs to help ease the transition from the battelfield to the classroom.
The word itself might sound ridiculous, but Twitter has spread and grown into a powerful Web entity. Only time will tell whether it has the kind of staying power to outlast new innovations.
While covering the weak economy for the Urban Pioneer, 16 high school students from six states honed their journalism skills during a 10-day workshop.
Almost half of the nation's nuclear reactors will not have enough money to shut down when it is time for them to do so. There are a number of options on how to delay the mandatory clean-up and shut down, but some critics say it is not enough.
Justin Hsing , 17, competed in singles in the Show-Me State Games' junior tennis tournament on Friday morning in a field of 75 competitors. But Hsing doesn’t live in Missouri; he lives in New York.
A carnival game at the Boone County Fair offering live rabbits as a prize has raised concerns among some fair-goers and the Central Missouri Humane Society. Children who play the game are required to have a parent's signature to take a bunny home.
Damon Alshawn Williams, 24, faces 10 years to life in prison after pleading guilty Friday to second-degree murder. He shot 22-year-old Nathaniel Bentley during a June 2008 home invasion robbery of Bentley's home.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Mummert III on Thursday sided with the city of Arnold, which had argued that its red-light cameras didn't break the law.
Nanci Gonder, a spokeswoman for Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, said an investigation will look at Doe Run's use of treated sewage to spur plant growth on the tailings.
About half of the new revenue would be used to make reliability improvements such as putting wires underground and trimming trees, along with covering increasing generation and delivery costs and other expenses.
Visitation and memorial services are scheduled for former Columbia educator Rosie Tippin.
A northbound Chevy truck collided with a westbound Ford Crown Victoria on Friday morning. The truck failed to yield to oncoming traffic, authorities said. A man, whose name authorities did not release, was hospitalized.
Street closures are planned for utility and waterline work.
The UM System Board of Curators met Friday and unanimously approved capital and operations funding requests to the state. The money would help the UM System address increasing student enrollment as well as fund building rehabilitation and construction.
Ninety-seven babies were entered into the contest Thursday night. They were judged on personality, appearance and proper play clothes.