They were people who didn't know they were heroes until there were friends and colleagues to save. Others' talent and promise won't soon be forgotten.
Defensive mistakes by No. 9 Oklahoma opened the door for Missouri. The Tigers will meet Baylor at 8:30 tonight.
The curfew, enacted to discourage looting, was lifted Friday, but heavy police presence will take its place.
Shooters came out to the 17th annual Rock Bridge Lions Club clay shoot in Boonville to benefit the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
Columbia native Edwards led most of Saturday's Nationwide Series race in Chicago, but Justin Allgaier caught and passed him on the final lap as both cars ran out of fuel.
Students, faculty and alumni gathered to celebrate the 100th birthday of Grant Elementary School on Saturday. Events included a silent auction and musical performances.
The Missouri Beef Industry Council Fun Runs, a new addition to the Show-Me State Games, offer a way to learn about the importance of lean beef in a healthy lifestyle.
The Adult Learning Center held its graduation ceremony at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday. About 300 people gathered to honor the 49 GED diploma recipients.
The faculty members have been training to together for the Paris-Brest-Paris bicycle race, but now one of them has to drop out, and the other isn't sure what he'll do.
Researcher David Marshall helps to unravel the mystery of the periodical cicada courtship and explains the cicada love song that has filled the air in Columbia.
A children's tent at Art in the Park allows kids to choose art by themselves, with no help from parents or other adults.
More than 50 years after it was first held, the annual Phil Cotton Golf Invitational still attracts the state's best amateurs each year.
A St. Louis center committed to raising endangered wolves is streaming video of new pups online in hopes of improving the center's finances.
Reid Meyer qualified for the championships after shooting a par round of 70.
A Missouri man penalized for selling animals without a license might get a reprieve from the government if he agrees to never get a license.
Volunteers from across the country are in Joplin doing whatever they can to help with the disaster relief effort.
The smoking ban, approved by Springfield voters in April, is set to go into effect June 11. The city's response to a lawsuit by a tavern opposed to the ban is expected by Wednesday.
A Delta man is working alongside politicians and civilians to expand Heroes Way, an organization that puts up signs honoring fallen military members along Missouri interstate interchanges.