The man who went out on top last fall after leading the St. Louis Cardinals to an improbable World Series championship, and now is getting a unique encore, swears he doesn't miss managing.
Kansas City baseball fans haven't had much to cheer about over the years, but they're ready to celebrate Tuesday night when the MLB All-Star Game comes to town.
Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, baseball's youthful dynamic duo, will be watched by millions Tuesday night as the All-Star Game returns to Kansas City and Kauffman Stadium for the first time since 1973.
Fewer people than ever care who wins the All-Star Game, even with home-field advantage in the World Series hanging in the balance, but Tony La Russa still does.
After completing the first phase of the effort, the city and the university are halting participation in the second phase.
The ad calls attention to a donation made by competitor John Brunner's family to an animal rights group.
Missouri could be saving hundreds of millions of dollars and spending it on any number of programs if they fixed the tax credit system. The Post-Dispatch calls upon Gov. Nixon and Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich to lead the charge.
Nixon attended a signing ceremony Monday for legislation authorizing Kansas City to create a so-called "land bank."
A protest to a construction bid has been deemed "without merit" by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
All three representatives, whose appointments were announced by Majority House Leader Tim Jones on Monday, face a primary or general election contest this year.
Both men pleaded guilty this spring to misusing money to make political donations.
Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat, should expect a fight from Republicans after creating a summary of a GOP-sponsored bill concerning health care.
Vice President Joe Biden attended a private fundraiser Monday in Kansas City.
Online campaign finance records show that Fred Sauer made the contribution last Friday.
The pair pleaded guilty to stealing and selling evidence.
Two adults and three children sustained minor injuries Saturday when lightning struck near their campsite at St. Joe State Park.
The 18-year-old slipped into the river near Perche Creek.
Roger Wilson, a 63-year-old Democrat, pleaded guilty in April to one count of misdemeanor campaign finance fraud.