Derrick Washington granted continuance in misdemeanor trial

The next court date for the former Missouri football player is set for Jan. 5. This is the third continuance in the case.

Westboro man elected Missouri Farm Bureau Federation president

Blake Hurst has served as the organization's vice president for seven years and was a board member for the eight years before that.

Alumni warmly remember Oakland Junior High as school celebrates 40 years

Oakland won't be a junior high for much longer, but alumni have plenty of fond memories. “I learned how to be scared of something and to do it anyway," attorney Wendy McGuire Coats recalled about her performing arts experience at the school.

La Russa says Pujols deal could be after season

St. Louis' star player wants to remain with the only big league organization he's ever played for.

Man wants to reopen short-line railroad near Fulton

The owner of the line between Fulton and Mexico, Mo., wants assurances from area businesses that they'll use it to ship freight.

Hickman girls basketball team prevails in overtime

The Hickman girls basketball team came from behind to defeat Liberty 56-51 in overtime Wednesday night at the Blue Springs South tournament.

Workers repaint flaky ceiling at Missouri House chamber

Chips of lead-based paint have been falling from above in the state House chamber in Jefferson City. The ceiling will have a fresh coat of paint when legislators start their next session in January.

J. KARL MILLER: Fox News no more biased than all other media

Despite extensive criticism, Fox News is as fair and balanced as other news sources.

Missouri men's basketball defeats Vanderbilt 85-82

Marcus Denmon's steal and 3-point play helped seal the victory.

Amnesty program encourages rental property registration

Between Oct. 1 and Nov. 15, the Office of Neighborhood Services offered an amnesty period for landlords to register rental units in compliance with city laws. The office registered 225 new units in that time.