Missouri soccer athletic trainer Tara McCleland and assistant team physician Mark Adams have designed a program that helps strengthen parts of the leg to lessen the likelihood of an ACL injury.
Flash flooding and mudslides have prompted evacuations in Boulder County.
Missouri to refund tobacco companies after losing arbitration case, according to Attorney General Chris Koster.
The company is planning to remove 36,000 tons of contaminated soil and needs a place outside the city to dump it.
Women have regained many of the jobs they lost to the Great Recession. Men are still 2.1 million jobs short.
A months-long campaign over the governor's vetoes concluded with Missouri lawmakers overriding a record number of vetoes but falling short on two of the highest-profile measures that sought to cut taxes and nullify some federal gun-control laws.
The Rev. Shawn Ratigan, was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to five counts of producing child pornography in August 2012.
St. Louis fell into a tie with Pittsburgh for the top spot in the NL Central. Both teams are 85-61 with 16 games remaining. The idle Cincinnati Reds are 2½ back.
Junior forward Marko Paunovic netted a hat trick in 4-0 victory over the Blue Jays.
Despite coming up short of overriding Gov. Jay Nixon's vetoes of a controversial tax-cut and gun bill, the Missouri General Assembly overrode a record number of vetoes Wednesday during its veto session.
House Bill 436 was sent to the Senate earlier Wednesday after the House voted to override the veto by a vote of 109-49. The override attempt failed in the Senate by a vote of 22-12.
Marshall Willingham stars on both sides of the ball for Battle High School, and he's piled up some impressive statistics after two games. Willingham talks about his "crazy" persona on the field and his search for peace off of it.
He congratulated Fairview students and teachers on having such a high Missouri School Improvement Program 5 score and for their constant hard work toward being one of the leading elementary schools in the state.
The Missouri House debated HB 253 one last time before rejecting a motion to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of the tax-cut bill.
The House briefly discussed the bill but set it aside without voting on an override after supporters acknowledged that many of their colleagues had concerns about it. Under the bill, people who were younger than 18 when they committed sex offenses would have no longer appeared on law enforcement websites that list the names, photos and addresses of sex offenders.
The Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence decided at its meeting Wednesday to put its initial focus on researching problems related to violence in Columbia before it proposes any recommendations or solutions.
The Stephens College soccer team scored its first goal since the program restarted last season.
Despite orchestrating a prolific offense in the first two games, Rock Bridge quarterback Logan Twehous credits those around him.
Janet Barnes died Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, in Festus, exactly one month before her 85th birthday. Because of an error during her delivery, Mrs. Janet Barnes was a quadriplegic. She was a volunteer at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School and at University Hospital.