GoFundMe Campaign Sends Pizza To Striking West Virginia TeachersLita Blanc, president of the United Educators of San Francisco, started a GoFundMe page on Mar. 4 to raise money to feed the protesters at the West Virginia state capitol building.
MAC Has First Father-Son Soccer Award WinnersIan Harkes of Wake Forest is a 2017 Hermann Award recipient. His father John won honors in 1987.
Derleth Returned to Madison County For Alleged KidnappingChristopher Derleth, 39, has been booked in Madison County.
Extradition Hearing for Alleged Granite City Kidnapper TodayChristopher Derleth is scheduled to appear before a judge in Charleston, West Virginia for his extradition hearing.
BREAKING: Missing Teen Mother & Baby FoundMadison County sheriff's deputies say alleged abductor Chris Derleth (R) is in custody in West Virginia
5 Questions With Barry OdomAs Missouri gets ready to kick off the 2016 season at West Virginia on Saturday, Barry Odom is about to make his debut as the Tigers’ sideline boss.
Gov. Nixon Bets On NW Missouri State VictoryBearcats won Division II title game, so West Virginia governor must pay up in apples
College Football Spotlight: Conference Perception Key As Big 12 Makes StatementConference play will begin picking up this week, but there will also be some key non-conference match-ups as well. Defending SEC champion Auburn heads to Kansas State for a Thursday night match-up. This could be the Big 12’s last chance to leave a huge impression on the selection committee.
Missouri Has Nation's Fourth-Highest Smoking Rate; Illinois 20th26.2 percent of Missourians say they smoke. Kentucky has the highest smoking rate, West Virginia is number two, and Oklahoma is third.
Teen Pregnancy Dropped in Missouri, IllinoisThe overall teen birth rate in Missouri and Illinois fell between 20 to 29 percent, right at the national average of 25 percent.
Big Winners Share Lessons, Risks of Powerball WinPast winners of mega-lottery drawings and financial planners have some more sound advice: Stick to a budget, invest wisely, learn to say no and be prepared to lose friends.
Jailers Worry About Dental Floss As A WeaponWhen a group of New York prisoners sued last month to demand access to dental floss, officials said they had to consider "security issues."