Hickman first baseman Conner Shaw, right, used to play Rock Bridge baseball. This season, he plays for Hickman, which was edged 3-2 by the host Bruins on Monday.
Getting rid of political parties and their institutionalized place in the government would open elections to more people.
After a meeting last week, it appears that the debate over the plans for West Broadway between Garth Avenue and West Boulevard is over. The new plan will make the road more efficient and attractive.
Politicians need to grow up and resolve issues with civil communication. That is, unless we want our state and federal government to be run by 5-year-old children.
The Columbia Police Department announced new "use of force" reporting procedures, including incidents where officers use handcuffs when an arrest is not made, point a firearm at a person or use any physical force to overcome resistance.
MU law students are troubled by a plunge in the 2011 Best Graduate School rankings from the US News & World Report, from 65 last year to 93 this year.
The Senate discussed abortion restrictions on the floor, and ultimately passed a bill (SCS 793) that would directly affect the operation of Columbia's Planned Parenthood center.
The $19.9 million project would rebuild the Interstate 70 and Stadium Boulevard interchange and widen parts of Stadium between I-70 and Broadway to six lanes.
The Columbia College softball team defeated Missouri Baptist in an American Midwest Conference doubleheader Thursday in St. Louis 3-0 and 4-2.
Some runners on the Rock Bridge track and field team have never competed before in the events in which they will run this weekend in Lawrence Kan.
The Career Ladder program has been a target for elimination but was approved by the Senate on Wednesday to keep its $37 million funding.
House Budget Chairman Allen Icet filed a re-appropriation bill that would provide the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center with the $31 million it needs to build a new facility.
After lagging behind Republican Roy Blunt in campaign fundraising, Democrat Robin Carnahan cut the difference by more than $250,000 in the first quarter of 2010.
Missouri News Horizon, a new nonprofit news operation that reports on state legislative issues, was denied media access to the state House press gallery earlier this week.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Wednesday that Nathan Reuter, 51, owes $2.76 million to a group of investors defrauded by his investement group.
To save money, the St. Louis Public Schools' superintendent is considering drastic cuts, including closing schools and eliminating hundreds of teaching positions.
The old campground was damaged by a broken reservoir in 2005.
Residents in Wisconsin, Iowa and Missouri reported seeing a fireball in the sky late Wednesday evening.
Couples from Missouri and California have agreed to suspend their lawsuits over the possession of two frozen embryos.