Columbia police are looking for two men they believe may have information about a shooting Thursday outside of Club Tropicana in downtown Columbia.
Participants of the summer reading program “Get a Clue!” had to solve the case of Mr. Owl's disappearance from the Columbia Public Library.
Missouri abortion providers will face new regulations for their clinics and new restrictions on teaching sex education classes.
A Liberal-based biofuel company has been given the go-ahead by federal regulators to begin soliciting investors for a new ethanol plant to be built near Nevada.
Julia Semon is a day lily enthusiast and one of the more than 140 people who belong to the Central Missouri Hemerocallis Society, which is holding its annual day lily show Saturday in the Friends Room at Columbia Public Library.
Speaking at a signing ceremony at Lenoir Woods retirement community Thursday, Gov. Matt Blunt praised lawmakers for cutting taxes on senior citizens’ Social Security benefits.
Beginning this coming school year, GPS devices are being installed on all 170 school buses in Columbia. They will be ready before school picks up in August.
The first Mushroom Festival will be held in Bugtussel this weekend, beginning at 9 a.m. today and continuing through Saturday at The Mushroom Farm.
This Saturday will be a monumental day for environmental awareness in Columbia and across the globe. In conjunction with the worldwide “Live Earth” celebration, the Columbia Climate Change Coalition will cosponsor “Local ‘Live Earth’” in Peace Park on Saturday.
While most other fireworks sellers were watching sales wind down from yet another Independence Day on Thursday, John Kemp was getting ready for his own, belated blast.
Tyson Foods and the Central Missouri Food Bank have cooked up a juicy deal to help feed the hungry.
Amid late-night fireworks, residents of two duplexes south of Columbia didn’t hear the bullets that hit their houses late Wednesday night.
Columbia police were looking for a man Thursday they said shot MU basketball player DeMarre Carroll and a 23-year-old man at a downtown nightclub early Thursday morning.
More mistakes of President Bush. One: He said he would veto any bills trying to regulate oil prices, as this would be price fixing. Wake up, Mr. President.
The U.S. Supreme Court has made its decision. Race cannot be a factor in deciding how schools select which students may or may not attend.
Adam Wainwright carried a five-hit shutout into the eighth inning and Juan Encarnacion hit a three-run home run in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 3-2 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday night.
Perhaps Zack Greinke’s moody, restless talents have finally found their niche.
Missouri wrestling coach Brian Smith named Shawn Charles and Lee Pritts as assistant coaches Thursday. Smith also named former MU wrestler Ben Askren as a volunteer assistant to the team for the upcoming season.