The Kansas City Chiefs have players from smaller schools who've made a difference in the team's 10-win season.
The measure unveiled by Ryan and Murray blends $85 billion in spending cuts and revenue from new and extended fees — but no taxes or cuts to Medicare beneficiaries — to replace a significant amount of the mandated cuts to agency budgets over the coming two years.
The treasurer's office currently holds $810 million of unclaimed property belonging to 4.7 million account holders. Treasurer Clint Zweifel estimated that if everyone with a $50 claim donated half of it to charity that would raise $18 million for charity.
Alice’s passion and devotion to excellence created lively, compelling classes that were irresistible to her students.
Kellen Clemens is set to make his seventh start as Sam Bradford's stand-in Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, his most action by far since making eight starts for the Jets in 2007.
Sprout Pharmaceuticals plans to appeal a letter from the FDA that denied approval for the production of its drug, flibanserin. The pill is designed to increase libido in women by acting on brain chemicals linked to mood and appetite.
New monks to continue blessing Christmas fruitcakes in Ava.
The 110-year-old chandelier is one of two from the master bedroom of the Wright-designed Francis W. Little House in Peoria, Ill.
The 87-year-old singer who was famous for "Johnny B. Goode" will perform in St. Louis on Jan. 15, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday.
Missouri State University says it will induct former President Harry Truman, former U.S. Sen. John Danforth and Donald Suggs into its new Public Affairs Hall of Fame. A ceremony will be held April 11.
The Newport Jazz Festival is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a 17-city tour that kicks off Feb. 8. The touring ensemble will include artists from around the world who represent different eras and styles of jazz.
Time managing editor Nancy Gibbs said Pope Francis had changed the tone, the perception and focus of one of the world's largest institutions in an extraordinary way.
A Pew Research Center report states that if the trend of the past three decades continues, women's hourly earnings will slip further behind men's by their mid-30s.
The Missouri Department of Corrections said Tuesday that 59-year-old Elroy Preston was found dead Friday at Potosi Correctional Center in Mineral Point.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not decide the fate of Missouri death row inmate Allen Nicklasson before 8 a.m. Wednesday, it told the state attorney general's office late Tuesday.
Columbia police were dispatched to an off-campus housing complex Tuesday night after two women said a man robbed them.
Ryan Ferguson, his parents and his girlfriend will talk about the month since Ferguson's release from prison after an appeals court vacated his murder conviction.
Newsy President Jim Spencer said Newsy's partnership with the Missouri School of Journalism and the Reynolds Journalism Institute won't be affected by the sale.
In its Oct. 21 session, the Columbia City Council denied CVS Pharmacy's proposal to rezone the southeast corner of Broadway and Providence Road for a new store. The company has signaled it will develop the land anyway.
Parents, hoping to receive state subsidies for child care, can face long wait times for approval, lost paperwork and a time-consuming application process. Day care providers said difficulties with the application process make it difficult for parents to get the financial help needed to work or go to school.