John Hall prefers to take pictures, not be in them. This week he shares his thoughts on photographs of ominous skies, baby birds and toadstools in his front lawn. He also laments about a less than flattering pose captured in a picture that went with a feature article about his effort to preserve the Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri Baseball League.
As part of the 28th Annual Partners In Education Week, Oakland Junior High School students from Jody Spriggs' classes display their artwork at galleries in downtown.
Christopher Ghan met Missouri U.S. Senator Jack Danforth in 1992 as a small child, but 20 years later they met up again at Ghan's college graduation ceremony May 5.
Monir Shababi shares her reflections on the luckiest day of her life, when she survived a bombing during the Iran-Iraq war in January 1987.
Columbia residents can find out the latest updates about the process of the city's new comprehensive plan, Columbia Imagined.
The St. Louis Blues were the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference, and the top team still standing. Hopes were high for a deep Stanley Cup run, but they never got comfortable against the Los Angeles Kings.
Funding for blind health care, some autism services and a portion of the state's tourism marketing are dependent upon the passage of a separate bill creating a dedicated funding source for state veterans' homes.
Will Middlebrooks homered down each of the lines, David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia also went deep, and the Boston Red Sox pounded the Kansas City Royals 11-5 on Monday night to snap a five-game losing streak.
The $240 million slugger finally hit a home run for the Los Angeles Angels, ending the longest power drought of his career Sunday in a 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Casinos want to be able to make loans to their patrons, thus allowing people to gamble with borrowed money.
Former Miami Dolphins CEO Joseph Bailey III will serve as interim commissioner. The search for a permanent replacement will be chaired by Gregory Williams, the president of the University of Cincinnati and a member of the Big East executive committee.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's early estimate indicated 32,310 traffic fatalities in 2011, the lowest number in more than 60 years.
The venture is aimed at Latinos born in the United State who prefer to get their news in English. The network will begin offering online content this summer and be on television next year.
There is still much to be done to correct Missouri's prisons, but the new bill will save money and reduce prison populations in an effective way.
The punishment doled out in response to the Saints bounty program ought to have compelling evidence to prove it was organized and vicious. If that's not the case, the punishment has already exceeded the crime.
By Tony Stewart's standards, his tongue-in-cheek assessment of NASCAR's latest wreckfest at Talladega was tame stuff. But his four-minute Q&A following Sunday's race was vintage Smoke, and boy did he deliver.
A 13-year-old New York boy who played field hockey growing up in Ireland has been told that after two years as a member of the Southampton High School girls' team, he is now too skilled to qualify for an exemption allowing him to compete with girls next season.
State employees earning up to $70,000 a year qualify for the pay raise. More than 54,000 employees would qualify, which includes nearly 97 percent of the workforce.
Researchers will focus on about 1,000 athletes ages 10 to 18 and will follow them for 10 to 15 years in effort to understand the long-term impact of head injuries.
The legislation would allow teens with temporary permits to drive with licensed drivers who are at least 25 and have written permission from the teen's parent.