Pat Summitt, who won more games than anyone in NCAA college basketball history, stepped down Wednesday as coach of the University of Tennessee's women's basketball team, less than eight months after revealing she had early-onset dementia.
Rockhurst narrowly beat the Rock Bridge boys golf team at the Lake of the Ozarks competition.
Noah Barkovitz of Columbia died Tuesday, April 17, 2012. He was 97.
MU students designed a real-world campaign to promote the 2012 Honda Civic Coupe in a marketing class.
Gov. Jay Nixon and officials from Ameren Missouri and Westinghouse Electric are scheduled to announce plans Thursday that could include the development of the second nuclear reactor in Missouri.
Seventeen high school students from Columbia have been named National Merit Scholarship finalists.
Noah Barkovitz, 97, died Tuesday, April 17, 2012.
The concert will be at 7 p.m. May 5 and feature music from Central and South America.
MU student Trisha Han took a trip to Bahamas, and she shared her photos from the trip with the community.
The Cardinals extended their winning streak to four games Wednesday night.
The opening of a temporary hospital is another tremendous step forward for Joplin. Call it a real shot in the arm for a town that needs to hang on tight to every piece of good news it can get.
Charles Chapman III, the executive vice president of development at Panera, a St. Louis company, will replace John McGuire as CEO.
The Royals have lost seven straight, including their first six games at Kauffman Stadium, the most consecutive home losses in franchise history to start a season.
Although he is nearing the typical age for a running back to retire, Jackson will continue his career with the Rams this season, joined by a new coach and a new batch of teammates.
After Missouri capped the number of insurers that could participate in the Medicaid program, losing bidders filed a lawsuit. If the judge rules that the winning contracts were awarded illegally, the delay could be leave Medicaid recipients in limbo.
An appeals court is allowing a boy to sue the Kansas City school district for sex discrimination under the Missouri Human Rights Act.
The bill would allow people to store physical gold in depositories and use checks or debit cards from the depository.
School districts across the country are grappling with the creation of social media policies that allow students and teachers to use social media sites effectively while keeping children safe.
The bill, passed by the Missouri House of Representatives last month, would prohibit refusing to hire an applicant who has concealed weapon permits or used a legal firearm.
This is the first decision of an appeals court on whether the Missouri Human Rights Act allows public schools to be sued for sex discrimination over actions between two students.