Feb. 1 is the deadline for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission to outline how it will transform the Edward Jones Dome into a "first-tier" stadium by 2015. If it fails to do so, the Rams can break their lease — and potentially move — after the 2014 season.
Assistant City Manager Tony St. Romaine said Dallas and Chicago are two cities under consideration.
Dorial Green-Beckham is considered by some college football scouts to be the top high school recruit in the nation. He has narrowed his list of schools down to five, including Missouri.
Heather English, who leads the Cougars with 14.1 points per game, will be key when the Cougars travel to Williams Baptist on Thursday.
After a communications breakdown with the city, MU has hired outside consultants to explore transportation options for students.
Kansas and Mid-Missouri Planned Parenthood are scheduled to offer abortion services again, beginning in February.
Two apartments on Blue Ridge Road were burglarized Monday. That portion of Blue Ridge Road is part of Beat 30, which has had nine reported burglaries in the past 28 days.
The eastbound lanes of Business Loop 70 and southbound Garth Avenue are closed for the day near the intersection of the two streets due to hydrant failure.
Authorities in Missouri were investigating the discovery Tuesday of small stickers resembling gun targets placed near the office doors of several state lawmakers. The stickers were found outside the offices of at least five Senate Democrats and one House Republican.
Solutions are being implemented for the lighting problems at Fifth and Walnut's parking garage. Photo sensors will be installed on the stairways by Friday and light shields will be tested soon.
With the U.S. in the midst of the worse drug shortage in years, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists is keeping track of all the drugs that are in short supply.
The House, by a vote of 102-57, passed a bill that will ensure that all state laws be reviewed regularly to ensure that they remain both relevant and necessary.
Among today's top stories: In Egypt, Islamists and secularists occupied Tahrir Square. President Barack Obama and GOP candidates campaigned in Iowa and Florida.
Nike unveiled its new "platinum" line Wednesday to be worn by nine powerhouse men's and women's teams for one game each later this season. Nike's gaudy football uniforms worn by the University of Oregon football team drew a lot of attention to the school, and others have followed suit.
The proposed bill comes after Kansas City schools lost state accreditation.
Three people were arrested and charged with uprooting an endangered species of Venus flytrap. Wildlife officers issue 10 to 20 citations per year against poachers looking to cash in on the rare plant.
Penney, believed to be 51, was estimated to be the oldest elephant in the zoo. She had struggled with arthritis and had stopped eating.
The new version of this bill would require workers to prove there was a "motivating factor" behind an employer's discrimination. Republicans maintain that the bill is based on federal standards.
Denise Twyman, resident of Eldon died Monday at age 58.