Needle-exchanges encourage human interaction, helping lead to recovery, advocates told lawmakers Monday.
City Manager Mike Matthes’ choice of words and examples were startling but appropriate although it made me squirm a little.
Valerie Ervin is the keynote speaker for the 38th Anniversary Celebration of the Organization for Black Struggle and the Youth Council for Positive Development. The dinner program is Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 4:00 pm. The event will be held at the Omega Center located at 3900 Goodfellow Avenue.
Q • I am a big fan of Seoul Taco, and I always enjoy their tacos and burritos. The restaurant is now offering a spicy pork belly stew, and I would love the recipe so I can re-create it at home. — Oren Katz
The crash happened after 8 a.m., east of South Mason Road.
Social workers will visit with victims to try to prevent them from getting injured again.
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.
Warrensburg – Natalie Halpin, known as “Nat Jr.” in her youth, said her parents, Natalie Wilson Prussing and Max Prussing, were “doers” who never boasted about their many accomplishments during illustrious careers.
"You can’t catch a llama if it doesn’t want to be caught,” said Julie Wier, who has raised the animals in Wildwood for 25 year. Fortunately it seems this one wanted to be caught.
It was a classic Tinder mistake.
The governor's $28.7 billion spending blueprint will now go to the Legislature for further deliberations.
Members of Congress should speak out when Trump uses vulgarity, lies and absurd attacks to further his goals.
It will come as no surprise to those who followed the EPA’s lax regulation that the likely result is Missouri’s polluted lakes staying polluted.
Google’s latest update to its Arts and Culture app has catapulted the smartphone application to viral fame: A new feature lets users match their selfies with artwork from around the globe and people have shared over 38,200 posts using the hashtag “artsandculture” on Instagram alone.
On Friday, a concerned parent from the West County School District took to social media to share videos that had been sent to her daughter by another student of West County Elementary. In the videos, the girl mocked the other girl's appearance and made threatening statements about wanting to shoot the other girl.
The St. Francois County Commission approved a request made last week by the city of Farmington and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) to sign an agreement to allow funding for construction of a J-turn at the intersection of Perrine Road and U.S. 67.
"We shall overcome," Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan said, invoking not only the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but the Gospel for which he lived and died. Dolan was in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, by the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. It was packed, with over 10,000 people, many of them high-school or college students, most of them having come on buses from places like Florida, Ohio and New York.
When Eric Ziegler set out to plan Friday night’s concert at the Centene Center his intent was very simple ... to highlight the sounds true to St. Francois County. Ranging from the soulful bluegrass sound of Shannon Cox to the heavy metal riffs of Triple XXX, and a fusion of the two with his own style of music, Ziegler had put together seemingly an all-encompassing line-up.
The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end - and former St. Louis Ram - donated his entire salary this year to education equality programs for underprivileged students.
Blues coach can’t order a punitive practice every time his team drifts. While team standards don’t waver, enforcement of them must vary over the course of the 82-game marathon.
On Jan. 23, 2006, Ford announced plans to close its assembly plant in Hazelwood, taking 1,445 jobs with it.
From the archive: This article was originally published on Jan. 24, 2006.
BURLINGTON JUNCTION, Mo. — The North Nodaway Mustangs and the Worth County Tigers gave early-bird fans at the Northwest Missouri Tournament in Burlington Junction a treat with a highly-competitive girls’ game that tipped off on Monday at 4:30 p.m.