The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent safety Abram Elam to provide depth behind Eric Berry, who is coming back from a devastating knee injury sustained last season.
Avoid looking directly at the sun during the transit of Venus on Tuesday.
In a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon, Judge William Ray Prince Jr. wrote that he's leaving the high court to return to private legal practice.
A spontaneous idea at a ballgame turned into a memorable summer endeavor. Adam Kremers and Chase Higgins and some friends are riding their bikes across the country, hitting every big league stadium along the way.
Allen Craig hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the eighth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals found a bit of missing pop, beating the New York Mets 5-4 on Monday, stopping their season-worst losing streak at five.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg hopes to ban sodas and sugary drinks in an attempt to decrease obesity in the city that Bloomberg says has reached 58 percent of people.
"Pocketbook" issues remain at the focal point during presidential elections, but this year, demographics may go a long way toward deciding the winner.
Numerous efforts by development lawyers, business executives and political officials are under way behind the scenes to get companies to move from one side of the state line to the other. The recent increase in job piracy won’t stop until responsible leaders act.
Nearly 30 years after Times Beach, Mo., was evacuated, the Environmental Protection Agency is set to return to the site to continue soil testing for dioxin.
The courthouse was deemed locally significant under National Register criteria in the areas of politics, government and social history.
Clay Waller's arraignment was Monday, when a preliminary hearing was set for July 25.
St. Louis attorney Ed Martin said Monday he is particularly concerned about protecting absentee voting rights, boosting awareness of career opportunities and the availability for mental health care for veterans and service members.
Unified Equine is now considering whether to retrofit a closed beef processing plant in western Missouri.
The St. Louis Cardinals picked Texas A&M right-hander Michael Wacha with their 19th overall choice in the June baseball draft, and selected Florida State outfielder James Ramsey with their 23rd overall pick.
The Kansas City Royals have drafted San Francisco right-hander Kyle Zimmer with the fifth overall pick, adding an advanced arm to an organization starved for pitching.
The FastCAT Express proposal, intended to revive the bus transportation system in Columbia, is geared toward bringing in more students.
The Tigers lost to Louisville 11-3, and their season came to an end at the NCAA Tucson Regional.
More than 100 artists showed their work at the 54th annual Art in the Park festival Saturday and Sunday at Stephens Lake Park in Columbia. This gallery includes portraits of five of the artists and their work.
Images from the Memorial Day parade, the fire at the Brookside on College apartments, Shred Fest and the Art in Park festival were some of the best photos by Missourian staff in the past week.
Kent Durk, who travels around mid-Missouri to take pictures of deserted homes with rich histories, was among the vendors at this year's Art in the Park.