Buying long-lasting, durable goods that can be reused or recycled cuts down on wastefulness.
The people of Plaquemines Parish know life is tough living along the Gulf, but they've learned to lean heavily on faith.
Instead of investing millions of dollars into a new coal-handling system, the MU Power Plant should make the switch to clean energy.
Sixteen men from around Missouri competed in the event Saturday.
Former NFL player Tommy Burnett keeps his competitive spirit alive with handball, a sport he been playing for nearly 38 years. On Saturday, he showed off his skills at the Show-Me State Games.
The Show-Me State games had its second day of competition Saturday around Columbia. Here are some of the best moments that Missourian photographers found around town.
Legislation being considered by Congress would offer $10 billion in grants to school districts to avoid teacher layoffs. Federal officials said 10 to 15 states could win the grants.
Park naturalist Roxie Campbell explained how bats differ from their portrayal in movies before leading a tour into one of the caves at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.
Photos from the first day matches at the Show-Me State Games.
Donations collected at the event will go toward a permanent pavilion for the Columbia Farmers' Market.
The break sent large quantities of water flowing down Ninth Street.
At age 78, Dave Quevreaux enjoyed being a crowd favorite Saturday in the Show-Me State Games powerlifting competition.
Fourteen students are working with a campaign called OPTFair to promote and expand socially responsible business practices, such as fair trade, in downtown Columbia.
Soccer players from three high schools in Boone County came together Saturday for the Show-Me State Games to prepare for high school tryouts.
A train conductor greeted attendees just as he would have greeted passengers a century ago.
Coyote Hill is an organization that takes in abused and neglected children. The organization held an event that revolved around constructing a fourth home on Saturday.