Jorge De La Rosa did not allow a hit until David Freese's two-out single in the seventh, answering a pair of pitching gems by St. Louis over the weekend.
Jon Stouffer donated his late mother's collection of Precious Moments figurines to the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks, The Joplin Globe reported. Shirley Stouffer, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, died of heart problems in 2007 at age 67, he said.
Rail supporters want to close the 185-mile service gap between Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Three MU students recently created a YouTube video starring 10-year-old Cole Nowlin, who teaches college men how to be chivalrous. The video has racked up more than 400,000 views in little over a week.
After pitching seven innings earlier in the day to beat Tennessee, Missouri ace pitcher Chelsea Thomas could only muster two innings against No. 1 seed Florida, which won 10-4.
Rock Bridge students attended their prom Friday evening in the Kimball Ballroom at Stephens College.
Tigers senior Malcolm Pennix was called for fouls in the SEC long-jump finals, making it hard to keep up with LSU's Damar Forbes, who had a record-breaking jump Saturday.
A clutch performance in the preliminary round earned Tigers sophomore thrower Kearsten Peoples a spot in the finals.
With graduation season upon us, the Missourian compiled videos of recent noteworthy commencement speeches.
Not only was this an important day for the 541 students receiving degrees from Columbia College, but it was the last commencement address made by the college's president, Gerald Brouder, who will retire in August.
The lack of charging stations makes it difficult for electric models to gain traction in Columbia.
The Missourian covers Columbia City Council meetings regularly, but with DocumentCloud reporters can include more information and notes with their stories.
Senior pitcher Andrew Roseman silenced Smith-Cotton bats to help the Kewpies advance in the district tournament with a 2-1 victory.
Hickman boys tennis player Daniel Shyu played his final high school match Saturday and earned third place in the doubles tournament with Juyni Wu.
Rock Bridge High had athletes advance to sectionals in 18 events at the District 5 meet in Camdenton on Saturday. The top four athletes in each event advanced at the meet. In the 3200-meter run, the Bruins swept all four qualifying spots.
The Tigers ended their five-game losing streak Saturday.
Chase Freidel finished second in the 400 meters.
Five Rock Bridge players advanced to Monday's sectional tournament.
Tolton finish the season 4-11 in the program's second year.
The Hickman track team advanced to the sectionals in nine events at the district meet.