The old Liberal Arts Bridge, connecting Government Drive to Pagoda Circle, was demolished in September and rebuilt.
The governor's proposed budget blueprint would deliver a record $6.1 billion to schools.
Candi McNeal was killed in January 2015 while walking back to her car with her husband after leaving dinner at a Greek restaurant.
Team will count population of Great Grevy's, and also giraffe breed
Fourth-graders Taliyah Williams and Zamylah Alexander from Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Bermuda Elementary were among the winners of the “Bonkers for Birds” writing contest. This year’s annual Masters of the Sky contest presented by the National Great Rivers Museum received over 2,102 student submissions. One winner was selected for each bird species found in the state of Missouri.
Matches, 89, provided many faithful years feeding the hungry in Lubbock, and continues to provide inspiration to others to carry on that service.
Shawn Roundtree was chosen to be the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. University staff humanitarian winner by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He is a social worker and athletic director at the university’s East St. Louis Charter High School. “He supports students socially and emotionally, so they can succeed academically,” said Alison Reeves, the professor who nominated him.
Decisions by Wagner, McCaskill, detoured much of the controversy past the Show Me State
Details of the shooting and about the man's injuries were not immediately available.
The program will provide down payment assistance and educational resources to low-income Columbians looking to buy a home.
Following the survey on Thursday is a resource fair for the homeless at Biddle House, where volunteers also are needed.
Water Street, the restaurant and cocktail bar at 7268 Manchester Road in Maplewood, will close Jan. 30.
Gander Mountain formerly operated local stores in Chesterfield, Fenton and O'Fallon, Ill.
GALLATIN, Mo. — Chicago chef Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's popular "Bizarre Foods" program, paid a visit to Daviess County Sheriff Ben Becerra. Viewers will have a chance to see the program involving Jesse James at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30.
A man who caused a fatal head-on collision while driving a concrete mixer under the influence of alcohol was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The two sites will provide low-income Missourians with free tax return preparation.
Two vehicles were involved in a head-on collision and a gasoline tanker veered off the road at the intersection of Tom Bass and Deer Park roads Tuesday morning.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Last fall when the Missouri Department of Transportation announced plans to rework traffic signals and vehicle flow at the intersection of South Main Street and the U.S. Highway 71 bypass, most motorists were thankful that improvements were coming at what always has been a troublesome intersection.
A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, at Memorial Funeral Home and Memorial Park Cemetery, 1217 Business Loop 70 W.
Deputies are investigating, but it's not clear who fired the BB.
Yeo felt Hutton deserved another chance after team failure on Saturday. Blues will go with seven defensemen vs. Ottawa to get Gunnarsson back in the rotation.
One by one, SEC schools have hired proven head basketball coaches. And one by one, these schools have been upgrading their talent base as a result.
Out of 50 U.S. states, Missouri manages only No. 32 ranking
Eastbound lanes were closed for four hours after the crash.
Officials in St. Louis and St. Louis County are seeking volunteers to help count homeless people across the area.
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About 14 percent of Missouri's hospitals have armed security guards.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 26 at St. Thomas More Newman Center, 602 Turner Ave., Columbia, Missouri, with Father Rich Litzau officiating.
Olivia DiMaggio recently earned a scholarship while helping a program that trains area law enforcement officers to better interact with those facing a mental health crisis.
Andwele Jolly will study international solutions to health-care issues
The 50th Annual Missouri Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show was held Jan. 5-7 in Columbia, where Kenadee Barnitz, of Dent-Phelps Cattlemen, was crowned the 2018 Missouri Beef Queen.
During the regular meeting of the commissioners Jan. 22, usual roadwork and maintenance were discussed, as well as the upcoming Meramec Regional Planning Commission Day at the Capitol set to occur today (Tuesday), which Presiding Commissioner Darrell Skiles would attend.
The Salem Public Library Board meeting was held Jan. 11, 2018.
During the Jan. 16 alderman meeting Tod Kinerk officially announced the next tour of the Timber Fun Day. The event will be held Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3, and highlights the local lumber and timber economy that is so prominent in the Ozark region. The event is an official Salem Chamber of Commerce function which will feature a parade, concessions and stands all highlighting the area’s lumber production. The alderman voted unanimously to allow the parade.
HALE – The warmer weather on Saturday led to the cancellation of one of the main Hale Yes Winterfest activities. But that didn’t stop attendees from getting in on all the other fun to be had during the 10th annual event, hosted by the Hale Area Association (HAA).
Shopping in the Ste. Genevieve area ranges from unique boutiques and antiques stores to diverse specialty shops. Local businesses offer hand-crafted goods, food, oddities, and hard-to-find home decor that is sure to impress.
Louella Wiederholt Hall
Discussion of the new Construction Trades Program and updates on the Chromebook technology use and collection in school were the main topics at the Thursday school board meeting.
EAST TAWAS – Members of the East Tawas Fire Department (ETFD) and Tawas City Fire Department were dispatched to a structure fire at 700 W. Westover St. in East Tawas at 2:05 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 20.