Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green said the court will hear new evidence from the defense of Ryan Ferguson in his latest legal effort to to get a new trial. Ferguson was convicted in 2005 in the killing of Columbia Daily Tribune Sports Editor Kent Heitholt.
Nell Atchley celebrated with family members and her friend Tai Tan, 101, who will turn 102 in September. Atchley and Tan are among five centenarians at South Hampton Place nursing home, and there are more than 1,000 centenarians in Missouri.
Jimmy Costello is back for his final year of eligibility, putting other plans aside to act as a mentor to James Franklin and the younger quarterbacks.
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An American version of the prized Japanese beef is becoming more widespread as ranchers throughout the country — including in Missouri — raise and cross-breed more Wagyu cattle.
The scam is an attempt to gather personal information, treasurer Clint Zweifel said.
Jacksonville's quarterback situation got scrambled a bit Tuesday when coach Jack Del Rio ruled David Garrard out of Thursday's preseason opener at New England.
Benefiting from the donation, the Joplin High School students will have a chance to use new Apple notebooks in their studies.
Gas prices have been decreasing in Missouri since Aug. 5, leading to the largest continual decrease this summer. While prices have been steadily declining, they aren't summer's lowest.
Premiums have ranged from $137 to $601 per month, and the cut is designed to make the insurance pool more affordable for those who qualify.
The Osage County District Court picked 52 prospective jurors for the capital murder trial of former Columbia Water and Light director James Kraig Kahler. The court will narrow the group down Friday to 12 jurors and three alternates.
Standard & Poor's is right; national debt threatens not only our current economy but also the standard of living for future generations.
By helping tornado victims and relief workers, prison inmates are benefiting others and building compassion in themselves.
Elizabeth Klaus was transported to the hospital with minor injuries, and Lucas, her son, was airlifted with serious injuries after their car careened off the road, over a creek and into an embankment.
The standards will cut fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for work trucks and reduce fuel consumption in heavy-duty pickups and semis.
Established by local architect Hurst John in 1971, Access Arts serves the goal of making art accessible to every person in the community.
In 2008, the Federal Reserve set its target for interest rates near zero to help with the financial crisis. On Tuesday, the Fed guaranteed low interest rates for two more years.
The Ozarks Minutemen are petitioning to put an initiative requiring businesses to check the immigration status of their employees on the ballot, and several groups are speaking out.
Officials in Joplin and Duquesne signed off on FEMA's debris removal efforts, and now damaged houses can be demolished and cleaned up.
MU received one of 31 grants awarded to colleges and universities nationwide by the U.S. Department of Energy. MU is working to increase the safety of the next generation of power plants.