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Missouri News Anchor Apologizes After Placing Racial Slur Into Dr Martin Luther King Jr.’s Name
A TV newscaster in Missouri has apologized after he “unfortunately mispronounced,” Martin Luther King Jr.’s name using a racial slur live on air. Kevin Steincross, of KTVI-TV, was talking about an upcoming tribute for the civil rights leader at St. Louis University but accidentally referred to him a
This Old Fashioned Variety Store In Missouri Will Fill You With Nostalgia
Let’s travel back in time for just a little bit today, Missouri! Who remembers the days of the good old five and dimes? We could find anything we wanted – from candy and souvenirs to toys and decorations – at the local 5 & 10 and for pretty good prices, too. Feel like you’ve stepped back in time whe
Enjoy The Best View In All Of Missouri At This Unique Lookout Restaurant
Ambiance just adds that special touch to a dining experience. When you pair a unique ambiance with a scrumptious menu, you’re in for one of those culinary experiences you’ll likely never forget. Next time you’re on the hunt for a restaurant that boasts a sensational backdrop, reserve a table at this
This gay college runner in Missouri found he doesn’t have to be the best to be accepted
I grew up in a very small town in west central Missouri. My high school had only about 300 students and the only thing to do in town was get involved with extracurricular activities.
Missouri linebacker hearing from Arizona
It’s early in the recruiting process but it’s fair to say that a guy like St. Louis (Mo.) Desmet 2020 outside linebacker Lanell Carr could easily see his three star ranking receive a bit of a bump in coming months.
Balanced offense leads Alabama basketball past Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. — The unicycle-balancing, bowl-flipping performance of Red Panda was the halftime showcase Wednesday night for Alabama’s visit to Mizzou Arena. The Crimson Tide orchestrated their own balancing act in a 70-60 victory over Missouri, which broke a two-game losing streak.
Cold weather safety tips for pets from Humane Society of Missouri
With another wintery blast of weather set to hit, the Humane Society of Missouri is sharing tips to make sure pet parents are prepared to keep their animals safe! It’s tempting to think your pet’s fur will keep them warm while they’re outside, but remember – if it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold f
TOM’s NCAA Wrestling Dual of the Week: #17 Northern Iowa at #6 Missouri
Normally we don’t get to see high-profile dual meets on a weeknight, but this week we are in for a treat as 17th ranked Northern Iowa travels to take on number six Missouri. It will be a good ole MAC rivalry, just like the old days. And by good ole days, I mean 2013-17 when these two schools compete
Ms. Missouri Sr. America Contestants Sought
Celebrating the “Age of Elegance,” the Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant invites all women of 60 years or better to audition to participate in the pageant, which will be held July 14.
First look: Missouri’s 2019 projected depth chart on offense, defense and special teams
Just after Missouri’s heartbreaking 38-33 loss to Oklahoma State in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl on New Year’s Eve, Mizzou senior offensive lineman Kevin Pendleton stepped out of the locker room and walked up the concrete ramp toward family members who had gathered there. But before greeting them, befo
After ‘awesome career’ at Missouri, Rylee Pierce ‘excited’ to be at Arizona
Rylee Pierce had spent two years on the Missouri softball team. Then, suddenly, just weeks before her junior season was set to start, her head coach was fired. Pierce stuck through the season and ended up a Second Team All-SEC selection in 2018. The righty put up career highs in batting average (.31
Missouri Supreme Court Halts Upcoming Talc Trial of 13 Women
The Missouri Supreme Court has temporarily halted an upcoming trial of 13 women or their spouses who allege that Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products caused their ovarian cancer.
Missouri Corn: Snow and rain will help make grain
The big snow in many parts of Missouri is helping move Missouri further away from the drought of 2018 and the dryness off late 2017. Gary Marshall is CEO of Missouri Corn, “I’ve talked to a lot of farmers over the last two or three weeks who received significant rains in December and early in Januar
UMass adds Missouri, Penn State and more to future football schedules
The UMass Minutemen have added the Penn State Nittany Lions, the Missouri Tigers, and several other opponents to their future football schedules, Director of Athletics Ryan Bamford announced on Thursday.
Missouri House rejects proposal to include protections for LGBT staffers
Missouri state lawmakers rejected a proposal to include protections for LGBT people in the House's internal rules, according to The Kansas City Star. The rejection came in the form of a voice vote that occurred on Tuesday. The proposal had been devised by Rep. Greg Razer (D), the only openly gay mem
Missouri announces hire of former Texas Tech defensive coordinator David Gibbs
Missouri announced the addition of assistant coach David Gibbs to Barry Odom’s staff on Thursday. Gibb is a 25-year coaching veteran having served on coaching staffs in both college and the NFL.
Update on The Plastic Merchant – Missouri AG Not Pursuing Legal Action
Update on The Plastic Merchant – Missouri AG Not Pursuing Legal Action. Last year we broke the terrible news that The Plastic Merchant was bouncing checks and appeared to be insolvent. There was hope that TPM would bounce back since they had had payment issues in the past as well and still made ever
Missouri State Lady Bears Down Southern Illinois 66-51 For Sixth Straight Win
The Missouri State Lady Bears get 18 points from Alexa Willard and a third straight double-double from Jasmine Franklin to beat the Southern Illinois Salukis 66-51 Sunday afternoon at JQH Arena.
The Massive Burritos At This Missouri Restaurant Will Satisfy All Your Cravings
Bigger is better. It’s an old cliche our English teachers would surely take away points for using in an essay. But, sometimes that old cliche rings true. If you’re craving a flavorful burrito, for example, you don’t want one you’ll finish in a bite or two, right? You want something huge that leaves
Gorilla women top No. 19 Central Missouri
Pittsburg, KS - RELEASE FROM PITTSBURG STATE ATHLETICS:. PITTSBURG -- The Pittsburg State University women's basketball team built a 19-point first-half lead and rode that momentum to a 76-68 victory over No. 19 University of Central Missouri Saturday (Jan. 12) at John Lance Arena.