Missouri athletics currently lead Kansas 21-4 in this year’s standings with 14 points outstanding.
The trauma center held a conference to take steps toward ending the threat of driving distractions.
Camp Hickory Hill, a summer camp for children with Type 1 diabetes, is expecting its highest enrollment in five years this summer. The camp experienced financial troubles in 2009, but circumstances have improved.
MU Wheelchair Basketball freshman Joe Dixon was named to the All Rookie Team by the coaches of the Intercollegiate Division. He scored 19 points to help MU defeat Southwest Minnesota State University in the team's final game of the year.
Barton Wechsler was the director of MU's Truman School and the Institute of Public Policy.
City website shows proposed changes to animal control ordinance.
Earth Hour will take place from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 31, with related events starting this week.
The New Orleans Saints head coach was suspended for the 2012 season, and the former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was banned indefinitely. According to the NFL, the team's players were paid bounties for taking out opponents.
Stormaware.mo.gov includes information about tornado sirens and weather alert radios and videos on how to effectively take shelter. It also offers text-message alert services.
On Tuesday, the House voted 102-49 to defeat an amendment that would have cut $1.1 million from substance abuse treatment programs for welfare recipients who test positive for drugs. The drug-testing program was approved just last year, and Gov. Jay Nixon called the proposed cut "dead wrong."
The Hickman baseball team's season opener Wednesday against St. Charles has been rained out. The Kewpies are now set to start their season at 5 p.m. Thursday in a home game against Southern Boone.
The New York Jets acquired Tim Tebow from the Denver Broncos on Wednesday. The Broncos will receive fourth- and sixth-round 2012 draft picks while New York gets a seventh-rounder.
If passed, the legislation would give leeway to businesses in preventing crimes on their properties.
Money saved by the elimination of sales tax exemptions on newspaper equipment would be used to fund programs for the blind, which might otherwise be cut back in a budget currently being debated in the House.
Since Nov. 13, 1990, Livingston County has not resolved or found justice for a woman's murder. The suspect in the brutal killing of Cathy Robertson and the shooting of her husband, Lyndel Robertson, was convicted in 1995, released and found guilty again in 1991 and now might get another retrial.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday raised the standards for defense lawyers by ruling that they must inform clients of plea bargains as well as offer competent advice regarding whether to accept or reject the bargain.
Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter won't start opening day after a setback in his recovery from a bulging disk in his neck.
Republican Sen. Jason Crowell said that officials have simply been trying to patch up the budget instead of addressing what needs to be changed like state tax credits, pensions and prisons.
The city applied for a federal grant that would cover approximately a fourth of the cost of the project.
The bill would expand the law to include taking advantage of an older person's state of mind for financial gain.