A proposal to build a 360-mile aqueduct would reroute as much as 4 million acre feet of Missouri River water to western Kansas for irrigated farming. Gov. Nixon sent a letter to Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback expressing his concerns.
Ron Richard, R-Joplin, said it should be "a no-brainer" for lawmakers to authorize incentives for Boeing Co. to choose Missouri over other states as the production location for the the Boeing 777X commercial airplane.
Channing Tyler Williams was arrested Thursday in connection with a shooting that took place Oct. 6 in Jefferson City.
A retired journalist who worked at the Missourian when Kennedy was shot describes quick work in the newsroom to make the afternoon edition deadline.
Columbia College cross country runners will compete Saturday in Lawrence, Kan., at the NAIA Championships.
The Missouri men's and women's swimming and diving team conclude day two of the Mizzou Invite in first and second place, respectively.
The Columbia College women's basketball team lost to Ottawa University, 54-53, in the opening round of the Saint Mary Classic on Friday night in Leavenworth, Kan.
David Lee Coleman died Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013. He was 66. He enjoyed fishing, boating and playing with his grandchildren.
The poem stems from a "film-noir-esque" story narrative the author, Zachary Pannell, is writing. In the scene, a movie director writes the poem to a Hollywood detective who is investigating him.
Kansas City Council is considering severing ties between the museum and Union Station.
President John F. Kennedy's assassination defined the generation that has defined the way people look at the world today, writes Ted Anthony of The Associated Press.
Retired Associated Press write Mike Cochran recalls being asked to be a pallbearer at Lee Harvey Oswald's funeral.
Fifty years later, the same army officers who, as teenage cadets, had guarded Kennedy's grave in November 1963, gathered again in Dublin to honor the former president.
A grieving mother finds solace in writing a book about her son's disappearance while helping to heal other parents who have lost children.
Missouri businesses will pay $63 per employee in 2014 in unemployment taxes to help pay down the state's debt to the federal government.
Missouri seat belt use is 6 percentage points behind the national average.
After a quiet first year last season and an underwhelming first half against Southern Illinois last week, Missouri center Ryan Rosburg responded to a challenge from his coach and teammates to step up his play. The second year player finished the game strong with nine rebounds.
The trailer is intended to offer more food options and to reduce crowding in the high schools' cafeterias. On Thursday, Rock Bridge students could buy applewood-smoked pulled pork and pulled chicken barbecue sandwiches and coleslaw.
The people who make up the Boone County Cyber Crimes Task Force strive to separate the horror of their work from the good things in their lives. That's difficult to do when crimes against children are the main focus of that work.
Columbia police think the same man is involved in at least nine burglaries in East Campus. The man enters unlocked homes, and at least one incident ended in sexual assault, police say.