ANALYSIS: Gov. Nixon faces veto choice on Missouri voting laws

The governor must decide whether or not to allow a photo identification requirement for voters.

Boone County has sandbags ready for Missouri River flooding

Record releases from reservoirs upstream on the Missouri River have prompted counties along the river to prepare for flooding all summer long.

Cities by the Missouri River hope levees hold back flood

The Midwest continues to brace itself for near record flooding along the Missouri River.

Reading, Kan., doesn't qualify for some FEMA aid

Reading, Kan., population about 230, will not get one type of FEMA disaster aid, and it's still unclear if the town will qualify for a second variety of FEMA assistance.

Show-Me State Games youth football offers another chance to play the game

The Columbia Colts youth football team got a head start on its season this year by participating in this weekend's Show-Me State Games.

PHOTO GALLERY: Sights of PrideFest

PrideFest featured many events, including a singing competition called Pride Idol and the Gayest Dog Contest.

Historian Chris Edwards' show on Bill Anderson set for Friday

Civil War multimedia concert to be put on in Boonville.

Mid-Missouri PrideFest brings diversity downtown

About 3,000 people ventured downtown to peruse booths, listen to live music and cheer for their favorite "gay" dog at the Mid-Missouri PrideFest Sunday.

Senior Games shooting events just one activity Columbia couple shares

Darcy Marlow, 52, learned how to shoot from her husband, Jeff Marlow, 56, who also encouraged her when she completed a 60-mile fundraising walk for breast cancer awareness in November.

Senior cyclist's passion is long-distance riding

Although Dan Clinkinbeard of Columbia competed in several short-distance races at the Missouri State Senior Games, his specialty is long-distance riding.

Multiple generations enjoy Show-Me State Games swimming events

Columbia's Lorson family enjoys the chance to compete against each other in the Show-Me State Games swimming events.

Blown engine hurts Edwards at Sprint Cup race

Carl Edwards 40-point lead in NASCAR's Sprint Cup point standings was sliced to six when a bad engine knocked him out of Sunday's race at Pocono Raceway and he finished 37th.