Missouri S&T reports record fall enrollment

Total enrollment stands at a record 8,130 students, up 6.3 percent from September 2012.

Rams tackle Barksdale steps in for injured Saffold

Joe Barksdale will replace Rodger Saffold as a starter on the offensive line for the Rams this week as they travel to play the Dallas Cowboys.


Calls for special St. Louis gun court increase

Starbucks progressive stance puts it in hot seat on guns

Starbucks' CEO Howard Schultz said customers will still be served if they are carrying a gun.

Obama officials: Rule won't kill coal-fired power

The new proposal would require coal-fired power plants to install technology to capture carbon and bury it underground.

Lightning top Blues in shootout 4-3

Dmitrij Jaskin scored twice for St. Louis, and Jaden Schwarz had the other goal for the Blues, who missed both attempts in the shootout.

What to watch for in Chiefs-Eagles game

All eyes are on Andy Reid as the Kansas City Chiefs head to Philadelphia on Thursday night. Reid coached the Eagles for 14 seasons until he was fired last year.

Navy gunman's mom: 'I don't know why he did it'

Aaron Alexis was undergoing treatment from the Department of Veteran Affairs for mental problems such as paranoia and a sleep disorder.

Missouri hunter who died in sinkhole was a Marine

A south-central Missouri man, a Marine from Fort Leonard Wood, died after falling into a sinkhole on Monday evening.

UMKC opens clinic to help train dental students

Patients can begin receiving treatment this month at a new dental clinic at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Missouri officials to investigate 'pension advances'

Treasurer Clint Zweifel said the deals typically involve an upfront, lump-sum payment to a person under a contract in which the business gets a portion of the person's future pension payments.

Grant will help fight human trafficking in St. Louis area

A $1 million grant designed to fight human trafficking crimes in St. Louis area was announced Wednesday.

Republican House member critical of Missouri speaker

Rep. Nate Walker wrote that he knows fellow Republicans opposing the override are of the "highest integrity," which is "something that I can NOT say for our Speaker Tim Jones."

Missouri Agriculture Department warns against chemical scam

The state Department of Agriculture suggests residents ask any person selling agricultural chemicals for a copy of the product label.

Kansas City Toy Museum to undergo major renovation

The renovation is expected to begin in the spring of 2014 and take about a year.

City administrator ousted in Jefferson City

The Jefferson City Council on Tuesday confirmed that it fired City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus during a closed meeting Monday.