The St. Louis Zoo will continue to be free to the public.
A southeast Missouri man has claimed half the prize in a $1.1 million Missouri Lottery jackpot.
This year, Georgia is from Oklahoma — Georgia Frazier, that is, a cancer survivor and daughter of a former New York Yankees pitcher who holds an inauspicious World Series record.
STAMFORD, Conn. — The second-place finish of Triple Crown winner American Pharoah at the Travers Stakes was watched by 3.4 million viewers on NBC.
Before Cheryl Strayed became a household name from the tremendous success of her memoir, “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail,” she was the anonymous advice columnist, “Dear Sugar,” on TheRumpus.net.
Vin Scully said Saturday that 2016 will be his last season in the broadcast booth for the Los Angeles Dodgers, which would mark the end of his record 67-year tenure with the same franchise.
"Friction" (Grand Central Publishing), by Sandra Brown
What starts as a custody battle soon dissolves into a conspiracy in Sandra Brown's latest romantic thriller, "Friction."
Leona Williams will return to the stage in Mid-Missouri with a concert Sept. 11 at The Millbottom Event Center in Jefferson City. And she promises to deliver what she deems real, classic country music when she performs with her son, Ron Williams, and Irish country musician Tony Kerr.
Not since Saigon in the 1970s has an American operation in Southeast Asia been as ill-conceived as "No Escape," a taut, well-made and entirely dubious thriller.
"Kanye West: God & Monster" (The Overlook Press), by Mark Beaumont
Anyone who's glanced at a tabloid recently knows Kanye West as a flashy rapper who is married to reality TV star Kim Kardashian. But "Kanye West: God & Monster" by Mark Beaumont argues West's talent and influence stretch well past the gossip headlines.
Fox News chief Roger Ailes said Tuesday that Donald Trump owes the network’s Megyn Kelly an apology for an unprovoked Twitter attack that “is as unacceptable as it is disturbing,” but Trump isn’t backing down.
"100 Days of Happiness" (Pamela Dorman Books/Viking), by Fausto Brizzi
Italian director, screenwriter and film producer Fausto Brizzi adds "author" to his list of credits with "100 Days of Happiness." In this novel, Brizzi encourages readers to analyze their lives, tackling tough questions about the realities of life, love and reconciliation.
Scene One Theatre in Jefferson City is presenting the drama “Grounded” by George Brant.
Lincoln University students are in the spotlight again this year, in the annual “Blue Tiger Fest” co-sponsored by LU and the Downtown Jefferson City Association.
A Jefferson City man’s love for electronic dance music spurred his motivation to bring a festival celebrating the genre to the area.