Dan Hoch made the Outland Trophy's list while Zaviar Gooden and Brad Madison were recognized by the Nagurski Trophy list.
The city employee reportedly got trapped between the cab and the bed of a dump truck.
Gov. Jay Nixon cited requirements for special elections in the event of statewide office vacancies and changes to local election regulations among reasons for the veto.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced the veto Friday afternoon, saying the legislation would have limited local authority over regulating the signs.
A former Kansas City-area cop is charged with murdering two women and raping a third. Prosecutors said DNA evidence links Jeffrey Dean Moreland to the attacks.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Friday lowering the minimum age for receiving a concealed guns permit from 23 to 21.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department announced in a statement the name of an employee involved in a workplace accident on Friday.
NASA's last space shuttle voyage got under way Friday, as the space shuttle Atlantis lifted off at 11:29 a.m. at the Kennedy Space Center. Atlantis is scheduled to return on July 20 after 12 days in orbit.
The Atlantis crew, scheduled to come home on July 20 after 12 days in orbit, will deliver a year's worth of critical supplies to the International Space Station and return with as much trash as possible.
Joplin has already issued nearly 1,500 permits to repair damaged residential properties in the affected areas.
Celebrity culture should be blamed for turning a 2-year-old's death into a type of entertainment.
America's legal system was designed to deliver fairness, not perfection. The outcomes of two recent criminal cases — one Casey Anthony, the other Dominque Strauss-Kahn — are the result of that ideology.
Deputy Eric Dudley was on patrol in West Quincy when a mountain lion reportedly walked in front of his patrol car.
Rose Church, 89, reminisced about her days interacting with noted astronauts such as John Glenn and Neil Armstrong.
The accident happened around 9:20 a.m. Friday near Dorsey Avenue and involved two cars.
There will be hordes of biting mosquitoes this summer because of flooding, according to a Southeast Missouri State University biology professor.
Josh Campbell will head the organization.