The Rock Bridge volleyball team improved its record to 16-1 by defeating St. Paul Lutheran.
After undergoing renovations, Deb Duren Court is set to make its debut Friday during the volleyball team's home opener against Avila University.
Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company have settled all lawsuits brought against the companies by former and current college athletes over the unauthorized use of the players' images and likenesses in video games and other merchandise.
Missouri wrestling coach Brian Smith on Thursday announced the team's schedule for the 2013-14 season. The first match will be against North Dakota State in Fargo, N.D.
Georgia coach Mark Richt knew that Justin Houston had all the physical tools to be a smashing NFL success. The young linebacker just needed to screw his head on straight.
Hybrid tomatoes and ground cherries were voted the most popular produce at the 9th annual Tomato Festival this month.
A car bashing, a dunk booth and a petting zoo will be part of an event Ashley Berry's friends and family are planning Saturday to raise money for the 23-year-old's medical bills.
Ordinary Americans desperately want to see their elected leaders pull together. Polls show they oppose defunding or dismantling the Affordable Care Act, especially if it means shutting down the government or defaulting on debt.
A cold front will bring a 50 percent chance of evening rain and thunderstorms Saturday evening.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department had been watching the residence in Rustic Meadows Trailer Park for more than five years.
An anonymous donation helped fund the child literacy area, which will be geared towards developing early literacy skills like fine motor control.
Columbia's One Read author Keija Parssinen was born in Saudi Arabia, moved to Texas at 12 and never felt as if she truly belonged to either land. But for Parssinen, her identity as a writer doesn't hinge on her past.
Politicians should not dissuade people from gaining access to health care.
Expansion plans could include a hotel, an aquarium, a research center and many new animal exhibits.
Elizabeth Whitfield Burns died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. She was 94.
After a decade of maintaining his departure was imminent, MLB commissioner Bud Selig put his exit plans in writing Thursday and said in a statement he will retire in January 2015 after 22 years — the second-longest term behind Kenesaw Mountain Landis.
Commissioner of Education Chris Nicastro has expressed concerns that students in Kansas City schools are still struggling.
Between regular shots, nasal sprays, egg-free shots and high-dose shots, Americans have an unprecedented number of vaccine options to choose from.
It was the second straight night the Mariners shut out Kansas City as the teams ahead of the Royals in the wild-card race — Tampa Bay, Cleveland and Texas — won.
Police said the death of Jason Davies is being investigated as a homicide. His body was found last Thursday by Nebraska Game and Park employees who were tracking sturgeon in the river.