Two days into fall camp, Missouri's new quarterback is developing an understanding of his receivers.
The work of copy editors encompasses much more than fixing obvious misspellings and grammar errors, which leaves room for the few dozen errors that Show Me the Errors contest participants help us catch.
Housh has been a powerful force in fundraising for MU and has served the university since 1987. He plans to retire in October, and he and his wife have plans to move to Montana soon.
Nixon and lawmakers have been working on an agreement for an economic development package. The governor is planning a special session in September.
A new law, which takes effect Aug. 28, does not outright prohibit teachers from interacting with students on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and other sites. Instead, it requires local school districts to create written policies by January to outline appropriate use of electronic media.
Flooding postponed the race from its original time in July, but the race director still expects hundreds of boats.
Hundreds of trappers from all over the U.S. have gathered for the National Trappers Association's annual convention.
The fair will provide students in kindergarten through 12th grade with free school supplies, haircuts and health screening services.
Police recovered 98 grams of powder cocaine, 110 grams of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
Family Health Center will hold a block party next week to celebrate National Health Center Week.
MU dermatologists plan to offer free skin cancer screenings at the fairgrounds in Sedalia on Aug. 15.
State officials say the severe weather in the central part of the country has created challenges for farmers. Waiving the fee should save farmers some money.
Bradford Research and Extension Center will host a free tomato festival on Aug. 25. Tomatoes and peppers from the center will be displayed during the festival.