Young Missouri boy 'beats all the odds'

The family of a handicapped Missouri boy is giving back to the people who helped them during their time of need.

Missouri project begins third year checking black bears

In the last two years, scientists with the project have collared 108 bears.

Free fishing in Missouri on June 9-10

The Missouri Department of Conservation is encouraging people to explore fishing without having to buy a permit.

Contractor sues Joplin schools for $2.2 million

Urban Metropolitan Development of Atlanta had originally sought more than $500,000 in damages. But in an amended petition, the company says it is seeking $2.2 million damages.

Jefferson City might build firefighter museum

A proposal from a city administrator calls for converting the old fire station, which opened in 1935, to look like it did in the 1930s.

Benign algae bloom turning Table Rock brown

Officials at the company that monitors the lake's quality estimate the algae has affected less than a third of the 43,100-acre lake.

Streaker at Cardinals game lost a bet

Collin Grundstrom of Jefferson City was captured on the field before the start of the seventh inning Thursday night.