Nell Atchley celebrated with family members and her friend Tai Tan, 101, who will turn 102 in September. Atchley and Tan are among five centenarians at South Hampton Place nursing home, and there are more than 1,000 centenarians in Missouri.
An American version of the prized Japanese beef is becoming more widespread as ranchers throughout the country — including in Missouri — raise and cross-breed more Wagyu cattle.
The nonprofit investigation outfit inspects the property of clientele who think they could be in the presence of uninvited guests.
Those who died when a U.S. military helicopter was shot down in eastern Afghanistan all had something in common: a love of family and country. Friends and families shared stories of some of the fallen.
Trapping and skinning were the highlights of the National Trappers Association convention at the Boone County Fairgrounds this weekend. Trappers came from all over North America to attend.
"My Life, My Town" documents a slice of time in the lives of teenagers from small Missouri towns. Our hope is that getting to know the children these villages raise will provide a unique look at the day-to-day joys and struggles of rural life.
It's not just a place to lick a stamp, one resident said. The small-town post office is a place where neighbors run into each other, gossip and gain a sense of community.
Marc Adams travels the country to spread awareness of increasing suicide rates among gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youths.
Eleven-year-old Luke Sherman placed fourth in the junior division nationally, and he's getting an all-expenses paid trip to San Diego to compete again — this time, at the world level.
A collection of watercolors and black-ink paintings by Ran In-Ting is on display through mid-August at the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology.
Susan Stewart, a clothing designer from Pittsburg, Kan., organizes Project First Day, a movement to get clothes to Joplin students affected by the tornado.
Evan Walton, a former MU biology student, is canoeing 1,080 miles of the Mississippi River from its source at Lake Itasca to his hometown in St. Louis County, to raise money for breast cancer research. His mother, Cheryl Walton, died of the disease two years ago.
Take a journey with Gary Whitby in his hot air balloon as he and his wife describe their passion for flying, and why they love hot air balloons.
With bee colonies diminishing in rural areas, governments and hobbyists are setting up hives on top of buildings and in vacant lots in cities across the nation.
The event is one of five annual Wine Trail events. Wine and food will be served at serveral stops. Visitors can also win gift certificates as well as a night's stay at a Hermann bed-and-breakfast.
Four young men produce a biweekly podcast to provide entertainment, news and discussion for gamers not living on a coast.
To escape the heat, here's a list of five ways to stay cool Friday night.
Bernadette Dryden, who loves her kitchen and garden with equal passion, wants her cookbook to wake up readers to the essence of Missouri foods.
Studio B Dance Center held a benefit Saturday to help offset high medical costs for a woman severely burned in an apartment fire in February. The Russian native has also received support from Columbia's Russian community.
Ninety people paid $30 to spend a night in the newly constructed Cole County Jail. As the food left many unsatisfied, the one-night experience was plenty for the voluntary inmates.