Down 2-0 in their second-round playoff series, the Blues know Game 3 on Thursday night at Los Angeles is vital. Only three teams have overcome a 3-0 deficit and advanced.
Chris Getz's infield single in the ninth inning put Kansas City ahead and allowed the Royals to beat Detroit 3-2 Wednesday for their seventh victory this year.
Baseball's first month of the season sure provided plenty to talk about.
Diane Bruckerhoff, an assistant principal at Rock Bridge High School, will take over as director of the Middle and Upper schools in July. The directors of the two schools resigned earlier this year.
The film documents how The Joplin Globe staff responded to the seventh-deadliest single tornado in U.S. history.
The MU spring graduation commencements will be held May 11-13, celebrating 17 ceremonies for the schools and colleges.
The legislation, which still needs Senate approval, would redirect a portion of casino funds that are currently earmarked for early childhood programs. Those programs would instead receive funding from Missouri's share of a nationwide settlement with tobacco companies.
The bill would require administrators to give top priority to performance in deciding which teachers to cut, while excluding salaries and seniority from consideration.
Trained by three-time Derby winner Bob Baffert, Bodemeister drew the No. 6 post. Six horses have won from that position, the last being Sea Hero in 1993.
Woodworth's lawyer asked the Supreme Court to release Woodworth on bail while justices decide how to proceed.
Lawmakers have delayed formal negotiations on the state budget until at least Thursday. Among the most pressing decisions facing negotiators is whether to cut funding for a health care program for blind residents.
St. Charles police provided previously unreleased information Wednesday in hopes of generating new leads to catch the so-called "I-70 killer."
Rep. Zachary Wyatt held a news conference at the Capitol on Wednesday to disclose his sexual orientation for the first time and to denounce a bill that's been dubbed the "Don't Say Gay" bill.
Net revenues are showing a 3.1 percent growth as opposed to the 2.7 percent that had been projected for the first 10 months of the fiscal year.
Missouri lawmakers need to decided whether to cut health care funding for blind residents and whether state employees should receive raises.
The House of Representatives passed the legislation in a 150-0 vote Wednesday. The Senate gave the bill final approval in 24-3 vote a few hours later, sending it to Gov. Jay Nixon.
The Senate approved a measure shortening the time some offenders spend on probation in a 24-3 vote, shortly after the House of Representatives passed it 150-0.
The bill requires phone companies to help law enforcement track the cellphone signal of a 911 caller.
The eastern Missouri doctor was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The entry box closed Wednesday morning, with the draw to determine post positions set for later in the afternoon. The field is limited to the top 20 horses based on earnings in graded stakes races.