A group that includes the American Heart Association has issued new guidelines for fighting obesity, a development that comes not long after the AMA labeled obesity a disease. By next year, most insurance companies are expected to cover counseling and other obesity treatments.
The improvement project around the Gateway Arch will not be completed by the Arch's 50th anniversary.
After a car crashed into the historic Conley House, MU's Campus Writing Program is adjusting to the changes caused by the damage.
Three panelists spoke at the "When the State Kills" event Wednesday night, held in advance of the planned Nov. 20 execution of Joseph Franklin.
Three high school volleyball players signed Wednesday to play for Missouri.
Penn State, which opens its dual season Saturday at Rider, could be the first team since Oklahoma State (2003 to 2006) to claim four straight NCAA team crowns.
Wide receiver and return man Kyle Williams was claimed off waivers by the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday, one day after his release from the San Francisco 49ers.
After a tumultuous summer, the Marshall Henderson road show is returning for a second season.
Missouri and 35 other states are allowing the federal government to run their health insurance exchange. The shopping site is a key part of the 2010 health care law signed by President Barack Obama.
The first 50 children to arrive at MU Women's and Children's Hospital for the event will receive a free bicycle helmet and fitting.
Elaine Buddemeyer moved from Mountain Lakes, N.J., to Columbia to attend Stephens College. She graduated in 1954.
Gail Finch Hubbell was a member of the King's Daughters, Delta Delta Delta sorority, Boone County Medical Society Alliance and the MUMC Breakfast Group Church Circle among other groups around Columbia.
Hubbell was a member of the Argonauts Investment Club, Missouri Theatre Board of Directors, University of Missouri Friends of the Library, and the Daniel Boone Library Foundation Board among other things.
After graduating from Stephens College, Elaine Buddemeyer worked for 35 years as a lab receptionist for the Boone Hospital Center.
With the undefeated Chiefs next on the schedule, Manning sat out of the week's first practice to give his tender ankles — which make him feel like the James Caan character in the movie "Misery," as Jim Nantz recounted Manning telling him — a bit of a rest.
Ameren Missouri has already paid almost $22 million and is to continue rebates for consumers who install solar systems until reaching $91.9 million.
Dwayne Bowe, who was cited for possession of marijuana, will play for Kansas City against Denver Sunday.
SEC teams are working to spruce up their bowl resumes for better-paying games in the season's final weeks.
Our founding documents are worthless if principles of truth are not operating in our government.
The state and local decriminalization of marijuana does not nullify nor attempt to nullify federal law and none threaten legal action, civil or criminal, for enforcing federal law.