After Tuesday's fire destroyed their home, the Ewings managed to salvage precious items.
Members of the MU School of Medicine's class of 2018 received a white coat Friday, a tradition that symbolizes their first steps to becoming physicians.
The results, released Wednesday, are from the first Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education survey conducted at MU.
Scott May, 57, was charged with first-degree promoting child pornography and felony possession of child pornography Thursday after an investigation that began in May.
A pond near routes J and EE is being drained and searched in response to a tip the department received in the Charles Bell case. Bell was reported missing Sept. 18, 2011.
Brady Deaton will receive a 2014 Missourian Award on Sept. 27. The award is given to Missouri citizens who have made contributions to their community and the state's vitality.
The Heart of Missouri United Way distributed funds for projects at 10 local agencies addressing affordable housing, homelessness, food security and domestic violence.
Local Jewish organizations will host an event Sunday evening supporting Israel in its current conflict.
The couple are planning a May 24, 2015, wedding at Peace Lutheran Church in Washington, Missouri.
Former state representative and family farmer Tom Loehner conceived the idea for Amendment 1 while sitting on his tractor. The bill will protect farmers, not harm them, he says.
The language of this bill is to keep "farmers" from being accountable. This helps corporate-style large farms, but hurts the family farmer, Ron Macher writes.
If Amendment 7 passes Aug. 5, it will help upgrade and sustain Missouri's transportation system over the next 10 years, and beyond.
The organization has been providing non-profit care for 46 years. Ellis Fischel Cancer Center will be at Hometown Homecare, in Fayette,on September 2 from 8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. to perform mammograms on site
Amendment 5, known as the "Right to Bear Arms" amendment, is unnecessary and will make it easier for violent criminals to possess firearms.
The Peace Corps is working to bring the volunteers home as quickly as possible and following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that say people without a known exposure don't need to be screened but should monitor their health.
Kansas City put together a four-run seventh inning to secure the win.
Gov. Jay Nixon's request was in reaction to The Kansas City Star's recent investigation of the validity of claims made by the Henry W. Bloch School of Management that may have led to the rankings.
Kansas City councilmembers have unanimously voted to ban people from openly carrying firearms within city limits.
Statewide voter turnout on Tuesday is projected at nearly 1.1 million people — about 27 percent of the almost 4.1 million Missourians registered to vote.