The Cougars beat Carroll College 25-24, 25-15, 25-21.
Today's top stories from The Associated Press include U.S. concern over Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's commitment to democracy, Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu chances to win re-election and a record Powerball jackpot.
Senators from Mississippi River states are seeking an emergency directive that would increase the flow of water from an upper Missouri River dam and expedite removal of rock formations in the middle Mississippi River that impede barge traffic during periods of low water.
The specifics remain to be finalized but could include income tax cuts for individuals, small businesses or corporations.
New data says consumer confidence is on the rise and businesses are investing more, suggesting that the economy is on the uptick as the holiday shopping season begins.
As automatic tax increases and spending cuts, set to be triggered at the end of the year, loom large, the two parties show little indication that they will be able to reach a deal soon.
When the lobbyist who represents other lobbyists suggests something might be illegal, don’t do it.
Exit polls on Election Day made it clear: A clear majority of voters agree that the richest Americans need to pay higher taxes.
Another giraffe is expected to give birth in January.
The parks will be closed that weekend to everyone except hunters who applied during the summer for special permits.
Westinghouse Electric Co. is shipping contaminated soil and waste from the plant site in Jefferson County to a landfill in Idaho that accepts low-level radioactive material.
The report by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Urban Institute said Missouri can expect to spend an additional $1.2 billion from 2013 to 2022 as more people join the Medicaid rolls because of the federal health care law.
It is part of the state effort to move residents into smaller, community-based homes.
The deadly fire, which killed at least 112 people outside of the capital city of Dhaka, has implications for U.S. companies.