Katie Rapp, a marketing intern for Orr Street Studios, is excited for the "Longviews" show — on exhibit now until March — and the Art of Food event on March 20.
Three Tigers players will share their home state with their team when Missouri makes a swing through California to open its season.
The Bruins have overcome the loss of post presence Hannah Dressler to maintain control in the paint.
Hickman sophomore Ellie Johnson will be counted on to play big against a tall St. Joseph's Academy team on Friday night.
Rock Bridge wrestlers are looking forward to competing in the state tournament this weekend...and then eating sweets afterwards.
Tigers guard Keion Bell's performance was inconsistent early in the season — sometimes scoring 20, sometimes not scoring at all. But it appears Bell has found his stride in Southeastern Conference play.
Redshirt sophomore Loren Figueroa looks to win an SEC title despite knee, shoulder, and foot injuries.
Frances Mayer Rikli died Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013. She was 93.
Frances Mayer Rikli died Wednesday, February 13. She was 93.
Rep. Rory Ellinger of University City filed a bill this week that would require gun owners to give up their assault weapons within 90 days of the measure's passage.
This week, there have been a meteor explosion in the skies above the Ural Mountains and the passage of asteroid 2012 DA14 near earth.
A motion-activated camera took a picture of the animal walking away from the carcass of an elk at the Peck Ranch Conversation Area.
The Russian Academy of Sciences said in a statement that the meteor over the Chelyabinsk region entered the Earth's atmosphere at a speed of at least 33,000 mph and shattered about 18 to 32 miles above ground.
Ballwin native Cardinal Timothy Dolan might represent the first real prospect of an American pope. Prevailing modern wisdom has been that a citizen of a superpower could not be elected pope.
The Rams finally settled on the 41-year-old Tim Walton, whose top selling point for Jeff Fisher was familiarity with the system.
The St. Louis Cardinals had a rainy day of training on Friday. Rain prevented field practice, but hitters took to the batting cages for practice.
Legislation filed Friday by Republican Rep. Jay Barnes would require Gov. Jay Nixon to personally sign off on all discretionary tax incentives of more than $1 million.
The bill would help military veterans get in-state tuition at Missouri public universities.
The bill would require more people to be screened for tuberculosis.
Schools would be graded from F to A-plus based upon the percentage of possible points they receive.