Boston "Life, Love & Hope" (Frontiers)
Give Tom Scholz credit for knowing one of the core tenets of business success: If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
From Iberia R-5: First State Bank Frisco League Tournament canceled Friday night and also canceled Saturday.
We are beginning to hear about the next scheduled “strike” at McDonalds.
Winter weather presents an additional series of challenges for Missouri motorists.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to incentives for Boeing to assemble to a new passenger airplane in the St. Louis area.
A dangerous mix of snow, ice and sleet hammered southern Missouri for a second straight day on Friday, causing numerous accidents, including a wreck that killed a small-town mayor.
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program touted
A statewide education conference aimed at improving Missouri’s schools drew four top Jefferson City Public School administrators to Columbia on Thursday, where they heard Gov. Jay Nixon applaud the state’s teachers, but also call for more accountability.
In his second attempt at an appeal, a Jefferson City man hopes to convert a pair of death sentences into life in prison. Brian J. Dorsey was sentenced for killing his cousin and her husband in their New Bloomfield home.
A mainstay of Downtown Living Windows has been local church participation.
Hairdresser Melinda Peak cut nearly 12 inches from Tina Sellner’s hair Thursday at Wave-Lengths Hairstyling Salon. Sellner plans to donate the locks to Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths, which makes real-hair wigs from the donations and distributes them free of charge.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded several area improvement projects, including an $8 million project to resurface U.S. 63 between Columbia and Jefferson City.
One petition approved for circulation
Missourians have until Dec. 19 to comment on 10 proposed initiative petitions submitted this week to Secretary of State Jason Kander’s office.
The vast majority of feature-length silent films made in America have been lost due to decay and neglect over the past 100 years, allowing an original 20th century art form to all but disappear, according to a study released Wednesday.
The Blair Oaks Falcons and the Eugene Eagles will square off tonight for the Eugene Tournament title after semifinal victories Thursday.
The Missouri Tigers will look to extend their undefeated volleyball season tonight when they host an opening round match in the NCAA Tournament.
Gov. Jay Nixon has named a former top aide to a commission that helps select judges in St. Louis County.
A massive federal complex in south Kansas City will be demolished beginning in 2016, essentially ending a federal government presence that began with supplying engines for warplanes during World War II.
State agriculture officials say about 1,450 pounds of possibly contaminated beef and pork products have been returned to a southwest Missouri processor.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching ads backing eight-term Republican Rep. Mike Simpson, who faces a primary challenge in Idaho, and two GOP candidates in West Virginia as the business organization ramps up its political activity for next year's congressional elections.
“Cannibal sandwiches,” an appetizer featuring raw, lean ground beef served on cocktail bread, may be a Wisconsin tradition, but they are not safe, health officials said, noting that more than a dozen people became ill after consuming them last holiday season.