The former Missouri quarterback hopes his performance earns him a spot on an NFL roster.
After playing quarterback in high school, Moe is adjusting to playing a new position and recovering from an injury.
The City Council's choice to expand rather than suspend a law intended to protect cyclists from harassment shows a lack of common sense. Most Columbians, cyclists and motorists alike, are reasonable people, and the ordinance will only serve to sow animosity where none existed before.
The free safety has proved he is among the top at his position in the NFL.
Both drivers helped their chances of making the 12-driver Chase field.
Ronnie Mcmillian, 67, tripped over carpet and pulled the trigger of his high caliber loaded gun.
Brandon L. Winn, 26, died northeast of Harrisburg.
Columbia teachers are turning to nonprofit DonorsChoose.org to combat budget cuts and the failing economy.
The festival will showcase 68 tomato and 40 pepper varieties this year. Salsa tastings and presentations from five experts will also be featured.
Muslims came to the Islamic Center of Central Missouri to pray and break fast on the first day of Ramadan. Observers fast from sunrise to sunset during the Muslim holy month.
Concrete in the smokestacks at the MU Power Plant is crumbling, prompting Campus Facilities to put protective fabric on one and to set the wheels in motion for costly repair work.