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Cassel recovers to lead Chiefs to victory against Rams

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Leonard Pope, center, is congratulated by teammates Mike Vrabel (50) and Tony Moeaki (81) after catching a two-yard touchdown pass during the second quarter of Sunday's game in St. Louis.

The "tough dude" played the full game at quarterback 11 days after an emergency appendectomy.

Brewers go all in with trade for Royals' Greinke

In return, Kansas City acquires shortstop Alcides Escobar, outfielder Lorenzo Cain and right-handed pitching prospects Jake Odorizzi and Jeremy Jeffress.

Walmart, other major retailers increase offering of locally grown food

Whether it's Missouri pecans or peaches, customers at retail grocers are looking for the freshest produce they can find. It's all part of the local food movement, and now shoppers in Columbia can find locally-grown foods at Walmart, Hy-Vee and Schnucks. 

Brown energizes Missouri's women's basketball team in blowout win

The Tigers easily beat the New Jersey Institute of Technology 72-37. 

ANALYSIS: Reality tempers spending recommendations in Missouri

Pay raises have been replaced by layoffs. Federal stimulus money is about to run out. Tax revenues are below last year's levels. Gov. Jay Nixon is projecting a budget gap equal to almost 10 percent of Missouri's general revenues. Reality is tempering recommendations for state spending.

Boone County Historical Society will host a Civil War exhibit

An exhibit hosted by the Boone County Historical Society will showcase Missouri's role in the Civil War, changing artifacts and displays every three months of the 15-month exhibit to reflect different years of the war.

Medical helicopter crash lands in Missouri, injuring 3

The helicopter came down in Sedalia after losing one of its engines. The pilot, a flight nurse and paramedic were injured. No patient was on board at the time of the crash.

Missouri wrestling team earns pair of easy wins at Indiana Duals

The Tigers cruised past Eastern Michigan and Indiana.

Report shows Steelman funds not 'terror free'

Former Missouri Treasurer Sarah Steelman encouraged investors to avoid doing business with companies that sponsored terrorism, but reports show that she owned investments with companies engaged in the activities she denounced.

Man held on charges of killing wife at Jefferson City McDonald's

Pamela Kellner of Jefferson City, 44, was shot Friday night at the fast-food restaurant, and later died. No one else was injured.

K. KENDALL MATHEWS: God calls us to share with others

Sharing is not just about material items, but it is also about our spiritual feelings and knowledge and our lives.

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