The Hickman girls basketball team rolled to a 52-12 victory Saturday over host Marshall.
As Congress discusses health insurance reform in Washington, D.C., the people of Appalachia wait hours for free medical care, revealing societal issues deeper than affordable coverage that affect the health of average Americans.
Losing new businesses to other states, Missouri legislators explore means of attracting entrepreneurs to the state, and keeping them here.
Mine deaths nationwide fell to 34 in 2009, but officials say they won't be satisfied until the death toll is zero.
Advocates seek to minimize confusion about when parents should turn around their toddler's car seat by establishing clearer guidelines.
The Midshipmen had the ball for more than 40 minutes Thursday in their 35-13 victory aginast the Tigers in the Texas Bowl in Houston.
Quilters in Cape Girardeau use scrap cloth to create so-called ugly quilts that are donated to people in need.
Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson was courted by Georgia just days after the Tigers were eliminated from last season's NCAA Tournament.
After being off since Dec. 5, the Cougars stop Lyon College, 65-57
Marching Mizzou prevented the Navy Drum and Bugle Corps members from playing their alma mater.
One critic of the cell phone industry says a pandemic of brain cancer is forthcoming. Studies show now link between phone usage and cancer, however.
The recession wasn't an outright depression. Jobs and home prices took a dive, but it seems as if the loss has lessened. And, now, as the new year starts, it's beginning to look a bit more optimistic.
State Rep. Mary Still, D-Columbia, submitted an ethics reform bill, which addresses concept of "pay to play" in politics. She wants to take elected officials off the Housing Development Commission.
An Ashland man was arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of second-degree assault, leaving the scene of an accident and driving while intoxicated.
The South Butt has challenged rival apparel maker, The North Face, to donate one item of clothing per child admitted on a selected day to the St. Louis Children's Hospital.
The Industrial Development Authority of Boone County has reviewed and preliminarily approved a revenue bond application filed by Phoenix Programs Inc. to finance their new office building on Leslie Lane, near Providence Road.
Adrienne Walker Hoard makes wearable pieces of art — necklaces, bracelets and occasional set of earrings — with pure gemstones.
Following years of his words being excluded from the dictionary of record for American English, Ron Gagliardi is collecting original words into a book of his own, as unique as the words it will contain and the people who created them.
A little-known volunteer organization detects and reports instances of Medicare fraud that cost the government millions of dollars.