Missouri legalized the use of the atlatl for this year's hunting season. Do you plan on using it?
With less than a day until they say "I do," the local couple who won the "Today" show wedding contest has only one more detail to wait for: the honeymoon location.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development is using federal stimulus money to fund the grant for the training program, which will include courses available to the public.
The Columbia College men's soccer team entered American Midwest Conference play with a 5-1 win Wednesday night over visiting Harris-Stowe State
Quagga mussels are feasting on enormous levels of plankton, Asian carps' main food source. The Columbia Environmental Research Center in Missouri is researching whether the carp will survive in a plankton-depleted environment.
The Center for Digital Government, which ranked states for their use of technology to serve citizens, gave Missouri a B+.
Sarah Palin has been the target of a lot of media criticism; however, the former governor of Alaska and 2008 vice presidential candidate is undeserving of these attacks.
Progressives need to be stronger in voicing their pro-business, pro-labor ideals combating mindless conservative propaganda.
The Rock Bridge soccer team defeated Hickman 1-0 Wednesday.
Mayor Bob McDavid said unclear language could affect voters' opinions of a proposal to continue the city parks sales tax. The proposal will be on the ballot Nov. 2.
The flu vaccine costs $25 for those 19 and older through the Health Department and for those receiving it at the Student Health Center.
Missouri freshman defensive end Michael Sam has made four major plays for the Tigers in just four games.
The fire is still under investigation.
Missouri is the second state in the U.S. to legalize the ancient weapon for hunting purposes, which is described as easy to use for beginners, but harder to aim accurately than a modern bow and arrow.
Even though the oil stopped flowing in July and the BP well was finally killed this month, some officials say the toll on mental health may get worse as the financial strains of summer persist into the fall.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Missouri's Clean Water Commission disagreed over the impact of shallow-water projects aimed to create habitats for endangered and threatened species.
A new religious knowledge survey shows that atheists and agnostics know more about major world religions than any other group.
Bicyclists and pedestrians will still be able to access the MU by a temporary path, but cars will need to use alternate streets.
The length of summer vacation, a time-honored tradition for American students and teachers alike, will likely stay put as education budgets suffer.
The appeals court ruling marked the third defeat for Alyssa Bustamante, 16, who is awaiting trial for the killing of a 9-year-old girl.