A replacement for the Columbia Public School District board will be elected at a school board meeting 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Administration Building. The board will interview and then elect a replacement from a pool of nine candidates.
Columbia author Barri Bumgarner had been writing her novel, “Dregs,” the story of a school shooting, for years before its slated release on April 20, the eight-year anniversary of the Columbine massacre.
Every summer, Stephens College’s theater department organizes a six-week program for students, mostly women, to perform once a week, each piece hitting the stage only once.
The presence of voter fraud, as with beauty, is firmly fixed in the eyes of the beholder.
ST. LOUIS — Clark County Clerk Leih Ann Hayden recalled the day the ceiling tile fell in the middle of trial. The Courthouse, near the Iowa border in northeast Missouri, has no maintenance budget.
Muddled facts, conflicting testimony and a courtroom full of angry family members — that was how the first day of the trial of Nicholas Forler, a former Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy, began Tuesday.
A controversial amendment allowing midwives to work in Missouri without a supervising physician, which was created by Sen. John Loudon, R-St. Louis County, passed to the governor by a seemingly unaware legislature.
Cold winds and rain couldn’t keep Michaela Karrick and Madison Butcher away from the blow-up basketball station outside Columbia’s Activity and Recreation Center Tuesday night.
ROBY — Neldon Neal, wanted for murder, eluded capture for nearly two months in the thick forest of south-central Missouri, often hiding for days inside a hollow tree.
Would you like to remember special people and pets in a unique way? Consider planting a memorial garden.
SAUGET, ILL — No. 17 Missouri defeated Illinois, 12-5, Tuesday in a wood bat game. The Tigers hit three home runs in the game and picked up their 36th win of the season.
BALTIMORE — It appears trainer Todd Pletcher will have two chances to win Saturday’s $1 million Preakness and end an 0-for-26 losing streak in Triple Crown races.
WASHINGTON — When your team has one of the worst records in baseball, and attendance is down, and people are complaining that the hot dogs are half-cooked, it can seem as if the spirit of the old Senators is alive and thriving at RFK Stadium.