A workshop will be held Thursday to train workers on how to reach immigrant women who may be victims of domestic abuse.
In nearly 30 years of restoring cars, Brett Schreiber has never let others discourage his passion for automobiles. Now he hopes to turn his hobby into a full-time business.
Schools across the St. Louis area are planting gardens to encourage healthful habits at an early an age and provide an educational experience as well.
The display at the Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage resembles the town's historic Boots Drive-In. Local leaders hope it make the courthouse an even bigger stop for tourists driving the old Mother Road.
Although it's too late to file a lawsuit under Italian law, 67 fromer students from a deaf school have come forward claiming they were sexually abused or knew it was happening to others.
The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra will play an original accompaniment to Buster Keaton's "Go West" on Tuesday.
A. Mark Smith, an MU history professor, plans to share his fascination with the contributions of the printing press. "The inks, the paper, all of that stuff I find extremely interesting," Smith says.
Columbia City Council members are pushing for a smaller reduction in social services spending for fiscal 2010 after agency representatives argued the recession is the wrong time to cut financial support.
Analysis of pandemic preparations in Missouri and four other states found them unprepared to handle a flood of new patients.
A woman who has worked in the Affton school district since she was in high school says she has no plans to retire.
Mark Milanick, a professor at the medical pharmacology and physiology department at MU, has been making sculptures by balancing rocks, logs and branches on his lawn for the past three years.
Members of Congregation Beth Shalom participated in a Tashlikh service on Sunday, where pieces of bread are thrown into water representing the casting off of sins from the previous year.
Members of the Islamic Center of Central Missouri celebrated the end of Ramadan with an Eid A-Fitr children's carnival.
Sidewalks east of downtown will be repaired over a two-year period to better comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Stimulus funding and block grants will be used.
The Farm Aid concert is coming to St. Louis on Oct. 4, highlighting its relationship with Columbia-based Missouri Rural Crisis Center.
Party lines split the debate over regulation of Internet service providers and the ways they cope with subscriber traffic.
New Census data on the social impact of the recession shows a dramatic effect on the work and travel habits of Americans.
Researchers hope that from their research they will be able to discover how different social aspects of spreading disease works, like how close you must be to a sick person to catch their disease.
Despite a 1-4 record thus far, the Rock Bridge boys soccer team and its coach hope that a tournament in St. Louis this week will put them on the right track.
For the second week in a row, Missouri women's volleyball player Paola Ampudia was named Big 12 Conference Rookie of the Week.