Former Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert got his first NFL start in the Jaguars' 16-10 loss Sunday to the Carolina Panthers.
Two students will research insects and pesticides and send their findings to the Science Engineering and Humanities Symposium.
A class of 31 students at Rock Bridge High School take time out to mentor younger children.
The Parkade September Open on Saturday drew 10 participants, all hoping to earn points toward national chess rankings through the U.S. Chess Federation.
The Central Missouri Humane Society will host the fourth annual Hound Dog Homecoming on Saturday, as well as the first Running of the Bulls to promote adoption of breeds like pit bulls and bull terriers.
Three Rock Bridge seniors not only achieved perfect scores on the ACT, but had some of the highest scores in the state of Missouri on the Preliminary SAT. Their scores on the latter qualified them for the National Merit Scholarship semifinals.
The Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports program at Rock Bridge Elementary School is part of a district-wide effort to encourage social skills and high academic achievement.
Students at West Junior High were urged to participate in boosting school spirit.
The Aggies are the first newcomers to the Southeastern Conference since South Carolina and Arkansas joined the conference in 1992.
The City Council is expected to make an appointment to the review board at its Oct. 3 meeting. There are eight candidates under consideration.
Congress has avoided a partial government shutdown by tackling issues concerning disaster relief and the end of the fiscal year.
The special legislative session is starting to fade as House and Senate leaders play the blame game for why it was not a productive session.
The Bruins scored just one stroke over first place Ursuline Academy, while Hickman High School's girls' golf team placed sixth in the Capital City Classic.
Bob Cassilly, 61, was found at the construction site for his latest attraction, know as Cementland.
New guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture would eliminate potatoes from school breakfasts and reduce potatoes in school lunches, but some say it's not the potato itself that's to blame for unhealthy eating — it's the way it's prepared.
The shelter would be designed to withstand an EF-5 tornado — the same strength as the tornado that tore through Joplin in May.
The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board claims that Brooke Gray's business of smoothing horses' teeth violates a state law that requires a veterinary license for such procedures.
Computers and cellphones get in the way of us knowing how other people really feel.
Teachers are ultimately hypocrites. But then again, aren't we all?
Not every siren sounding is followed by a tornado, but common sense should dictate that people should take precautions, anyway.