A disappointing 57-55 loss Thursday night to visiting McKendree ended the Cougars' six-game winning streak.
The Missouri gymnastics team hosts Illinois on Friday at Hearnes Center in the seventh annual Pink Out event to promote breast cancer awareness.
A verbal confrontation between two homeless men turned into a stabbing, police said.
A new app makes it easier for Roman Catholics to keep track of their sins and complete an examination of conscious before they receive the sacrament of reconciliation.
Missouri Democrat Russ Carnahan will meet Thursday with a VA chief over sterilization concerns at the John Cochran VA Medical Center in St. Louis. Surgeries have been on hold at the facility since Feb. 2.
Adrienne Martin, 27, died of an accidental overdose of the painkiller oxycodone, in December at the Busch's estate according to a medical examiner's report.
The Cougars overcame a slow start to defeat McKendree 60-53 and advance to 10-0.
Kevin Gunn has been a member of the Missouri Public Service Commission since 2008. He agrees with the governor that alternative energy sources could play a role in the state's economic recovery.
Kevin Gunn, the new utility board chairman, will replace Robert Clayton. He will regulate investor-owned electric, steam, natural gas, water, sewer and telephone companies.
Any strategy for improvement must be imbued with rigorous, proactive thought, planning and action. A calendar is a useful resource.
The Advanced Placement exams allow students to receive college credit if they receive a score of 3, 4 or 5 on the test.
St. Louis County prosecutor announced that the death of Adrienne Martin was an accidental overdose of cocaine and oxycodone, a prescription painkiller.
Three hundred to 400 doctors kill themselves every year, which means physicians have a higher suicide rate than any other profession.
The comment comes ahead of an address by Mubarak to the nation.
Egypt's military announced on national television it had stepped in to "safeguard the country," effectively seizing control and assuring protesters calling for President Hosni Mubarak's ouster that all their demands would be met.
The ruling party chief, Hossan Badrawy, tells The Associated Press he expects Mubarak to address the nation and make a announcement that will satisfy their demands.