The Pee Wee Showmanship event at the Boone County Fair gave young children an opportunity to practice the basics of showing animals.
The schools in the most powerful and wealthy leagues want more freedom to be able to run their programs the way they want, without the less powerful schools standing in the way.
George Brett's reaction after hitting a home run then being called out for using too much par tar on his bat is part of baseball lore. It happened 30 years ago Wednesday.
Columbia's Mindy Coyle held off a charge from Kansas City's Carmen Titus to win the Third Annual Missouri Women's Golf Association Mid-Amateur Title
A man was stabbed near Scott Boulevard around Bellview and Bethany drives early Tuesday morning.
Egbe Omo Oduduwa of Mid Missouri, a Nigerian cultural organization, will celebrate its 14th anniversary this Saturday. The free, public event will include traditional West African food and a presentation about Yoruba people's fashion.
Ardath Emmons was the first director of the MU Research Reactor and an experienced pilot. He died July 20, 2013, in Sun City West, Ariz.
Ardath Emmons was the first director of the University of Missouri Research Reactor until he was made vice president for research at MU in 1970.
Greg Holland pitched out of a ninth-inning jam, and the Kansas City Royals held on to beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on Tuesday night.
Shelby Miller, starting for the first time in 12 days, threw six shutout innings and Allen Craig drove in a pair of runs to lead the Cardinals to a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night.
The White House on Tuesday released a statement urging swift passage of the deal, which would link student loan interest rates to the financial markets.
On an unseasonably cool morning Tuesday on the campus of Missouri Western, new Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith took the first steps toward fulfilling expectations that have steadily grown ever since he was acquired from the 49ers this past offseason.
President Barack Obama will return Wednesday to Knox College for what the White House is billing as another major address on the economy. Later Wednesday, Obama will speak at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg.
Since the recession, more college-bound students have eliminated schools from their searches based on costs and have relied less on their parents once they get to campus, said a report released Tuesday.
Supreme Court revisits case of survivor seeking compensation after partner died in line of duty.
From diet tips to "little baby, little problems," sleep-deprived and super-stressed new parents have heard it all. And they want you to stop it.
The outpouring of public and official enthusiasm showed that Britain's royal family is back in its subjects' affections, especially now that it has an adorable infant heir, third in line to the throne.
His name has not yet been announced; that's expected in the next few days.
The FDA sent warning letters to 15 companies, both in the U.S. and abroad, ordering them to stop selling diabetes treatments which violate U.S. drug laws.
The reaction to the GOP proposal to offer eventual citizenship to some immigrants brought illegally to the U.S. as children underscored the difficulties of finding any compromise in the Republican-led House.