An agreement has been settled to sell 60 percent of the St. Louis Rams to Shahid Khan, a man from Illinois. The deal will need to be approved by the NFL.
Robert E. "Bob" Fisher Jr. spent 30 years coaching football and track for Fulton High School.
McGwire said in a statement sent to The Associated Press on Monday that he used steroids on and off for nearly a decade, including 1998, the year he broke the home run record.
The parks are open for ice skating and fishing respectively, but note the safety guidelines.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo said five or six players had flulike symptoms Thursday.
St. Louis Rams fan Jacob Glazer and Kansas City Chiefs fan Theresa Musket won't be selling their season tickets anytime soon.
In Missouri, hunting is something of a holiday. There is a Super Bowl like buzz around opening weekend of deer season. Schools close. Families gather. Money is spent. People make statements like: “Northern Missouri has some of the best deer hunting in the world.” In the spirit of our good state, I asked, show me.
Whether the race can collect enough money to hold its fourth annual event remains unclear.
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh and St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts placed a bid Tuesday to buy the St. Louis Rams.
Preregistration for what will be St. Louis Cardinals' World Series tickets, pending the team's qualification, started at 10 a.m. Monday and will end at noon CST on Oct. 15.
Cyclist Lance Armstong called Gov. Jay Nixon to thank him for funding the Tour of Missouri bicycle race.
Italian Francesco Chicchi received a special Pony Express statue from St. Joseph Mayor Ken Shearin.
American David Zabriskie won a 19-mile time trial Friday in the Tour of Missouri.
Just hours before the fourth stage began, Team Columbia-HTC announced the withdrawal of former leader Mark Cavendish from the competition.
Britain's Mark Cavendish, of Columbia-HTC, had won the first two stages but finished fifth.
After taking the first stage on Monday, Mark Cavendish prevailed to win the second stage Tuesday in Cape Girardeau, maintaining his overall lead.
Last year's winner decided not to continue Tuesday because of an injured hand.
Ryan Hauser won Columbia's Heart of America Marathon by 9 seconds. It was the first marathon the 28-year-old had ever entered.
The 50th Annual Heart of America marathon held Monday is considered one of the most difficult in the United States because of the heat and the grade of hills. Most competitive runners avoid it because of its potential impact on their national standings.