In what scientists are describing as the "big splat," the two moons collided about 4.4 billion years ago to create the lopsided appearance of the moon seen today.
Commerce Bank is accepting donations through Aug. 12 to help the Food Bank make "Buddy Packs" for students who need extra nourishment.
Trooper Fred Guthrie Jr., 46, of Platte City has been missing since Monday when he disappeared while patrolling flooded lands in Holt County.
The state is roughly halfway done with the project, but may not have the money to complete the entire project.
Justin S. Cannon, 21, was charged with first-degree murder just hours after he had attended his 16-year-old wife's funeral Monday. He is charged with killing Michael Griggs, 24.
Much of the lengthy impasse during the debt ceiling negotiations is due to President Obama's Robin Hood class-envy tactic wherein the wealthy become the villains.
Panelists for the Missouri State Genealogical Association meeting include the executive director of the State Historical Society and an archivist from the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis.
Murdoch is guilty of dishonesty, damaging people's lives and hurting the profession of journalism.
Spending cuts to the programs were part of $172 million Nixon trimmed from the current budget that took effect in July.
The county is seeking an injunction to close the business for one year.
The Boone County Fairgrounds has been losing money and is in need of a new management structure. The fair board and the county commission agree on that, but what's next for the fairgrounds remains to be seen.
Without level-headed parents and a strong, well-grounded educational system to guide the way, a lot of people got lost and drifted in and out of the good life.
It's exactly what the Jacksonville Jaguars expected when they selected the former Missouri quarterback 10th overall in April's NFL draft.
The Columbia School Board is considering two versions of the first collective bargaining policy for Columbia Public Schools. A vote is expected next month.
Following the House's vote on Monday, the Senate followed suit with last-minute debt legislation on Tuesday.
Eleven-year-old Luke Sherman placed fourth in the junior division nationally, and he's getting an all-expenses paid trip to San Diego to compete again — this time, at the world level.
Missouri artist George Caleb Bingham was known mostly for his prints, but his lesser-known works were portraits focused on women and children. Twelve of these works are on display this summer in "Women, Children, and George Caleb Bingham," the exhibit at the State Historical Society of Missouri at MU.
A vial of serial killer Ted Bundy's blood was found in a county clerk's office in Florida. The discovery could potentially solve cold cases from the 1970s.
Phillip Perry died in a car crash early Tuesday morning in Hannibal.
If the seats at Jesse Auditorium feel a little more comfy this fall, it's because they're new. So are the paint and the carpet.