Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Phyllis Chase is set to receive a raise and a contract extension when the school board meets tonight and for the first time, part of Chase’s salary review will take place in public.
Donated bikes get fresh start with new owners.
It’s hard to walk all the way to the back of the Buckle, a clothing store inside Columbia Mall, and make it back out without being offered help by a salesperson.
Seven weeks before the deadline to leave University Terrace Apartments so the complex can be demolished, all but 10 students and their families have moved out or worked out other housing arrangements.
Failing isn’t always bad, Sen. Claire McCaskill told high school graduates, because the setbacks can lead to bigger and better opportunities.
ST. LOUIS—An avid angler accused of cheating in a bass fishing tournament last month is finding that fellow fishermen aren't forgiving his transgression.
JEFFERSON CITY — With time quickly running out in the Missouri General Assembly, legislators are rushing to come to a compromise regarding a bill that would allow Missourians greater rights to kill intruders entering their homes or vehicles.
Uncle Sam might be willing to give refunds to illegal immigrants who have paid more than their share of federal income taxes, but Missouri and Kansas aren't so generous.
POTOSI, Mo.—One after another, the condemned men arrive. Five CPs (capital punishment offenders) have agreed to tell their stories and share their fears.
CHICAGO — Pink bats were all the rage around the major leagues on Sunday. The Kansas City Royals might not want to put theirs away.
Missouri finished its season with a 17th place at the NCAA Central Regional at the University of Michigan Golf Course in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Freshman Aaron Senne drove in a career-high six runs to lead Missouri to a 10-8 victory against Oklahoma on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Missouri was one of six Big 12 Conference programs named to the 64-team NCAA softball tournament on Monday.