Arkansas opens 2015 at home against UTEP
Arkansas is back in the Associated Press Top 25 for the first time since 2012 and looks to pick up right where a successful end to the 2014 season left off.
The Razorbacks return 16 starters, including nine on an offense that will rely on improvements from senior quarterback Brandon Allen under new offensive coordinator Dan Enos and its physical, pounding run game.
"He has been very ...
Most stay dry this weekend
While most of the area will by muggy and hot this weekend a few places will get a pop-up showers. Highs will make it into the lower 90s. ...
Late Missouri trooper eulogized as Christian, ethical
A 25-year-old Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper killed last week in an on-duty crash is being remembered as a dedicated law enforcer guided by his spirituality.
Hundreds of mourners who attended Friday's services for James Bava in the St. Louis suburb of Dardenne Prairie included Gov. Jay Nixon and dozens of fellow state troopers.
The patrol has said Bava died in the single-vehicle crash Aug. 28 after ...
Consumer Reports: Best toilet paper
Consumer Reports’ latest tests covered 21 different kinds of toilet paper. Not all lived up to the claims on their packaging.
Scott Extra Soft wasn’t one of the softest. But it did do the best in the test that measures how fast toilet paper disintegrates. And that’s important if you have trouble with plumbing that clogs or with your septic system. If that’s your house, Scott ...
Doctor suggests convicted killer Glenn Miller has only few years to live
An expert says the man convicted of killing three people at separate Jewish sites in Kansas will live only five to six more years.
Jurors are hearing testimony before deciding whether Glenn Miller of Marionville, Mo., should be sentenced to death or life in prison for the shootings in April 2014.
Miller, 74, an avowed white supremacist, has represented himself at trial. On Friday, he called Dr. ...
Contractor soon begins 9-month bridge rehab at Kimberling City
Drivers should plan for delays and backups on the Missouri 13 bridge over Table Rock Lake for the next nine months, starting on Tuesday, Sept. 8. That's when a rehabilitation project begins.
The Missouri Department of Transportation says drivers should anticipate up to a six-minute wait to cross the bridge as contractor crews remove the bridge deck or driving surface, one-half at a time. Temporary traffic ...