A Bethany woman received what the Highway Patrol called serious injuries when the car she was driving traveled off a lettered route northwest of Princeton, went airborne, and traveled down a steep embankment,
The Missouri Arts Council, on Friday, announced it will award 360 annual grants this fiscal year, totaling more than $4,200,000, to support arts events, performances, education, and services throughout the state.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Jay Cutler spent the afternoon dodging Chiefs defenders behind a patchwork offensive line, trying to find somewhere to throw the ball without his top two wide receivers. It just made his fourth-quarter comeback even more impressive.
(CNN) - Janet Pack flips through a coloring book at the Hillcrest Community Center. Some of the designs are basic, similar to those in children's coloring books. Others have patterns that look like outlines of an intricate stained glass window.
(Newspress Now) - The reach of the first and only regional jail in Missouri has expanded its impact by gaining some national attention for its approach to problems impacting many rural communities: space and money.
The Missouri Department of Conservation has appointed Justin Pyburn as the new conservation agent for Caldwell County. Pyburn is among eight new agents in the Departmentâ€™s agent graduate class of 2015.
(Columbia Missourian) - The Islamic State flag was dropped into a cauldron and set ablaze Thursday afternoon after a speech calling for students to â€śunite in our cries for liberty and justice for all of mankind.â€ť
The U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s Natural Resources Conservation Service announced November 20 as the first cut-off date to apply for fiscal year 2016 funds through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.
Calling all Missouri high schools to compete in the 2015 "It Only Takes One" campaign for an opportunity to win prizes for your school while educating young drivers about safe driving habits and safety belt use.