Is the pathologist hired by Michael Brown?s family a phony?
FERGUSON, MO ? The folks in Ferguson, MO, have something to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving. Their town survived the night without flames, teargas, and the general uncivil disobedience from earlier in the week. National Guard members watched over the city?s police headquarters, keeping eyes on the few dozen protesters who braved the snow [?]
Area athlete college reports: Wilson helps Drury reach No. 1 ranking
A former Bartlesville High School athlete is starting on the best women?s college basketball team in the nation ? at least in the NCAA-II universe.
Bearcats well prepared for winter
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? In the hours leading up to kickoff of Saturday?s 31-14 win over Washburn, Bearcat Stadium turned into a winter wonderland. It was a beautiful scene of winter?s first snowfall in Northwest Missouri, but it was a nightmare for putting on a football game.
Saturday's Fall Classic moved from Arrowhead due to snow chances
Due to an unforeseen chain of inclement weather events expected to take place in Kansas City, Saturday's Fall Classic has been relocated to Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, MO, from Arrowhead Stadium.
Northwest claims MIAA football title in 'Snow Bowl'
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? While Arrowhead Stadium sat empty and snow-free Saturday afternoon, No. 7 Northwest Missouri State rolled over Washburn 31-14 in a wintry Fall Classic in front of 3,136 at Bearcat Stadium.
Northwest will travel to unbeaten Duluth
Northwest Missouri State junior safety Bryce Enyard is lifted in the air after returning an interception for a touchdown during Saturday?s game against Washburn at Bearcat Stadium. The Bearcats will travel to play Minnesota-Duluth in the first round of the Division II playoffs Saturday.
Northwest game moved from Arrowhead
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? Before practice Thursday, Northwest Missouri State coach Adam Dorrel addressed his team to tell them the bad news.
Chiefs beat Seahawks for fifth straight win
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The calendar says it November, but the Kansas City Chiefs approached their game on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks like it was January.
Missouri, Kansas colleges start food pantries
Colleges in Kansas and Missouri are among a growing number nationwide opening food pantries to help students survive the ever-increasing costs of higher education.
As college costs rise, more food pantries sprout on campus
Just before fall classes this year, Tyler Huddleston found out a friend wasn't coming back to Emporia State University because he couldn't afford to eat. Click to Continue »