Tim Muller, father of Missouri softball player Lindsey Muller, has created the ultimate fan cave on wheels. Parents, family members and friends of Missouri softball players tailgate together outside the bus before every game.
Veterans, their families, plane enthusiasts and onlookers show support at the 23rd annual Salute to Veterans Airshow. The show, at Columbia Regional Airport, was cut short because of weather, but Sunday's show is on schedule.
Joplin's death toll is now at least 142, with 100 still missing.
It's difficult to express the magnitude of the disaster through words and pictures. To get the full scope, you have to be there.
Crews continue search-and-rescue efforts while the state tries to confirm victims' identities. The tornado had an EF-5 rating, which designates storms with 200 mph winds, and killed at least 142 people.
The Missouri baseball team beat Texas 2-1 Saturday afternoon to advance to the championship game of the Big 12 Conference Tournament in Oklahoma City.
The government, along with watchdog organizations, uses corporate mascots as scapegoats for widespread issues such as obesity. Although campaigns to promote healthy diets and habits are points well-taken, the decision to comply ultimately lies with the consumer.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer season ended in double overtime Saturday in the Class 3 state quarterfinal game against Glendale High School.
Rock Bridge boys finished seventh and Hickman girls finished 12th in Jefferson City.
A variety of factors— including La Nina, public complacency, global warming and urban sprawl — could be to blame for making 2011 the deadliest year on record for tornadoes.
Residents have been trying to clear their homes of belongings in case the water continues to rise. More heavy rain could lead the Army Corps of Engineers to release more flows from dams.
New emergency sirens in St. Louis County are already operating, with others to follow in the coming weeks.
Bleu Restaurant and Wine Bar, D. Rowe’s and Harpo’s planned special events that will give their customers a chance to help.
Jefferson City native Col. Bernard Schwartze was honored with a public retirement ceremony after 34 years of Air Force service.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans placed more than 270 flags on tombstones of Confederate veterans to recognize their service. The group started the tradition in 2002.
Charles Erickson got a new attorney after Kathleen Zellner made a motion to drop him as a client. It was a preemptive move on Zellner's part in order to avoid a conflict of interest with co-defendant, Ryan Ferguson.
The Sprint Cup driver plans to return to his hometown to assist victims of the tornado. His No. 1 Chevrolet will sport "Joplin, Mo." in the Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 in tribute.
The Missouri baseball team lost 6-1 on Saturday morning to top-seeded Texas at the Big 12 Conference Tournament in Oklahoma City.
Matt Kenseth passed Roush Fenway teammate Carl Edwards with two laps to go and hung on to win the 300-mile Nationwide Series race Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Edwards, who won last week's All-Star race at the same track, held on to finish second.
Charles Coyle was awarded $300,000 in actual damages in a lawsuit where he says a white subordinate was chosen over him. He also received $50,000 in punitive damages.