Located on Virginia's rural Eastern Shore, the flight facility at Wallops Island is small in comparison to major NASA centers like those in Florida, California and Texas. On Wednesday, a rocket test launch on the island could turn it into a major player in the U.S. space program.
Obama administration officials have said that cyberterrorism is the leading worldwide threat to national security, yet local police don't have widespread know-how to investigate cybercrimes.
The project, called, "Live Through This," allows for suicide survivors to share their stories and is part of a national movement to help survivors feel they can come out in the open about their lives.
Jonathan Lucroy hit a solo homer in the 10th inning as the Brewers rallied past the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Sunday and avoided a sweep. The Brewers had been shut out in 32 innings before Ryan Braun hit a two-run homer off reliever Trevor Rosenthal in the eighth that made it 3-2.
Lack of military support causes Kansas City Air Show to cancel, making a $2 million impact.
UMKC offers help to three gay students left unsupported by their families.
About 60 people had their heads shaved Saturday at Mojo's to raise money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, a national childhood cancer research foundation.
Peter Sokolowski, an editor at large with Merriam-Webster Dictionary, was the keynote speaker at the 17th annual American Copy Editors Society national conference. And, he added a bonus of playing a couple of tunes on his trumpet.
Missouri pitcher Chelsea Thomas and Arkansas pitcher Kimmy Beasley pitched 11 innings each, but it was the Razorback offense that was finally able to get the advantage.
Columbia volunteers — 1,570 were signed up to participate — gathered in various spots around the city on Saturday to pick up trash during Cleanup Columbia 2013.
MU's Trulaske College of Business brought together teams of Master of Business Administration students from each SEC school to compete in the inaugural MBA Case Competition.
The Columbia City Council is scheduled to hear public input and vote on both proposals during it's regular meeting on Monday night.
Hickman's Ben Brooks won the boys 100-meter race, and Rock Bridge's Taylor McDannold won the girls 100 meters Saturday at the 11-team Capitol City Relays in Jefferson City.
Abby Pulliam, 8, saw her pitching coach Maria Imhoff play Saturday while attending her first Columbia College softball game.
Mr. L'Hote died Friday, April 12, 2013. He was 72.
For 35 years, Larry was a math and science teacher at Hickman High School where students and coworkers enjoyed his wit and dry sense of humor. Prior to Columbia, he taught in Hannibal and Monroe City. Later he found a passion for art.
Missouri is one of the few states that print concealed weapons endorsements on driver's licenses and appears to be the only state that has its license bureaus also issue those permits.
Campaign finance and ethics reform have taken a secondary position at the Capitol, where much of the focus has been on economic development, taxes and the state's Medicaid health care program for the poor.
The Manda Packing Company recall announced this past week has been expanded because of a possible contamination with the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes.