Hindman to seek fifth term

Mayor Darwin Hindman’s decision to seek a record fifth term as Columbia’s top elected official brought enthusiastic responses from fellow council members.

Book stirs teens to fundraise for health

For some people, a class is just a class, a book is just a book. But for Rock Bridge High School students in the contemporary issues class, a class and a book have inspired several events held throughout Columbia to raise money for a public health charity.

Marathon to celebrate start of smoking ban

Jim Linville and his friends are going to be laughing out loud Tuesday as they run, walk, skip and jump a giant lap around the city of Columbia.

Memories of Im preserved in book

Friends, family and colleagues of slain MU microbiology professor Jeong Im gathered at Memorial Union on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the life of a man they remember as a stimulating teacher, a skillful carpenter, a pragmatist and much more.

Supportive survival

The crucial ingredient to Bill and Sue Brannon’s 50 years of marriage, they say, is the fact that they bear through every trial with a cheerful attitude.

Missouri sinkhole keeps on growing

SPRINGFIELD — City officials have no plans to plug an expanding sinkhole near Sequiota Cave outside of Springfield — at least for now.

Game slips away

It looked similar to the recent past, a past the Missouri Tigers did not want to relive.

MU women get back on track

After hitting just her second 3-pointer of the season, Tiffany Brooks let out a slight grin. She had just put Missouri up by nine with just a few minutes left in the first half.

Winter trout fishing

A dreary Friday makes most people depressed and anxious for the weekend. For fisherman, the day couldn’t be better.

School interrupted

The bell rings, and Josh Harvey walks into Room 139. He sits in the second desk in the third row during his seventh class of the day at Hickman High School, the fourth Columbia school he has attended.

The last laugh

Iowa State guard Mike Taylor got the best of his old roommate and teammate on the first offensive possession of the game when he cut to the basket for a layup past Missouri guard Stefhon Hannah.

Typesetting's romance

While visiting the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, Germany, Clarence Wolfshohl didn’t mind that he couldn’t try the printing presses set out for the public because so many children were occupying them. Wolfshohl already knew the joy of creating a page of typed words by hand.

Saving face

The injection occurred at 4:54 p.m. CST inside a conference room at University Hospital. There were 10 witnesses.