Hickman boys beat Ozark High School in final game of regular season

The Hickman boys basketball team beat Ozark High School by 24 points Saturday, capping a five-game winning streak to end the regular season.

Organist with autism speaks through his music

Organist David Kuhns, 38, has autism, and music is how he best expresses himself.

Kansas City groups work to preserve the city's 'urban forest'

As Kansas City removes thousands of old, damaged trees every year, the Department of Parks and Recreation is working with various groups to plant new ones.

Tigers wrestlers fall to Minnesota at National Duals

The Missouri wrestling team lost to No. 4 Minnesota 26-7 in the finals of its regional of the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals on Saturday in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Barbara L. Morefield, March 15, 1962 — Feb. 10, 2012, of Ashland

Cape Girardeau police officers say they're more efficient with laptops

With laptops, officers no longer have to make trips back to the police station to file reports, saving a lot of time. The Cape Girardeau Police Department was the largest Missouri police force to not have laptops in its vehicles.

Romney declared winner of Maine caucuses by state GOP chairman

Despite only a portion of the state's caucuses being counted toward the total, Mitt Romney has been declared the winner of the Maine caucuses.

Stephens College basketball falls to Missouri Baptist

The Stephens College basketball team lost to Missouri Baptist 53-45 on Saturday at Silverthorne Arena.

Missouri dog breeding compromise spurs animal measures

Missouri lawmakers have introduced bills that have come out of debate over Missouri's new dog breeding regulations. The bills would give a tax break for animal shelters and protect farmers' rights.

Slew of 3-pointers pushes Missouri basketball past Baylor

Neither team led by more than five points until the No. 4 Tigers (23-2, 10-2) went on a 17-3 run during the middle of the second half on the way to a 72-57 victory over the No. 6 Bears.