Jefferson Junior High School's gym is in need of serious upgrades and should be a top agenda item for Columbia Public Schools.
Bridget Kapp, an MU senior, is directing the Newman Week Musical, "History of the Bible: Part II," at the St. Thomas More Newman Center. She gives some insight into what her involvement with Newman Week has meant to her.
In his first start in net for Detroit, 20-year-old goalie Petr Mrazek made 26 saves and allowed only one goal in Detroit's 5-1 win over St. Louis.
Blacks are five times more likely than whites to have the dietary patterns linked with the highest stroke risk, a new study finds.
Leaders from 10 states along the Mississippi River will be part of a caucus launched to help commerce and address flooding and drought issues.
Two new studies shed light on what happened to the dinosaurs after a comet or asteroid smashed into the Gulf of Mexico 66 million years ago.
With the U.S. Postal Service losing billions of dollars a year, and mail volume down, Congress has decided that ending Saturday postal delivery might be the best way to ensure the service's survival.
House rules require the Republican and Democratic caucuses to establish smoking policies for legislators' private offices.
A massive asteroid will zip by Earth next Friday, but scientists at NASA's Near-Earth Object program say there is no chance of collision.
In the wake of recent high-profile mass shootings, we should focus our attention on increasing mental health services, which is exactly what Gov. Nixon plans to do.
Principal Nathalie Means said in a statement sent home to parents that the district will review its safety policies and procedures.
The Missouri Republican Party said Gov. Bobby Jindal is to speak Feb. 16 at a banquet for its annual Lincoln Days conference in St. Louis.
The bill would let utilities request approval for a surcharge to get reimbursed for a variety of infrastructure projects.