Missourian reporter Rebecca Delaney is blogging this weekend about "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" and she really wants to hear from you.
Kansas lawmakers are upset about a new law in Missouri that eliminates an income tax deduction for Kansans who cross the state border to work.
Police are investigating the fatal stabbing of an Arkansas man at a Branson motel late Thursday.
If the case is determined to be a homicide, it would be the first slaying this year in the resort town and only the third since 2000.
Federal regulators today cited a chemical company for a series of alleged safety violations tied to an explosion at the company’s Kansas City distribution plant in February.
Target won zoning commission approval for its overall project to expand at Columbia Mall, but not for its plan to add parking by cutting open space.
A Q & A with Kelly Sly, owner of Diggit Graphics.
The subject of a 2005 manhunt has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of a Missouri state trooper.
Thursday night was the check-in for the annual ham show at the Boone County Fair. The energy was palpable.
Alcohol, tobacco, increased noise and traffic levels were among the concerns raised by neighbors.
Authorities in Missouri and Iowa are asking for the public’s help in locating a sexual predator believed to be hiding at truck stops along interstates.
The Tigers’ recruiting class was ranked second in the nation by InterMat.com on Wednesday. Ohio State placed first. Hickman’s K.C. Pescaglia leads a group of four in-state athletes including Dom Bradley (Blue Springs), Trever Collins (Nixa) and Brandon Wiest (O’Fallon).
The number of special tax districts keeps growing and there’s no way to know whether the money is being used properly.
Only weeks after the death of her husband, Shirley Berg watched as smoke poured from the attic of her photo studio, gallery and home.
Ritter said her goals as principal include looking for ways to establish a more personal environment for students in a school that is growing steadily and having open communication with staff and parents.
The Missouri Supreme Court reinstated campaign contribution limits Thursday, but it’s unclear whether politicians will be forced to return millions of dollars they have collected since the limits were lifted in January.
In a matter of hours, J.K. Rowling’s spellbinding book series-turned-cultural phenomenon will draw to a close as fans the world over tear into their copies of the seventh and final novel, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”
Four Columbia residents will soon join the ranks of the Columbia Water and Light advisory board to decide the future of the city’s power supply.
Local businesses and organizations sponsored the event, so the four days of activities, meals and learning were free to participants. Camp counselors were officers from the Columbia Police Department, Boone County Sheriff’s Department and the Jefferson City National Guard.
Register was good. Really good.
But in 1994, an injury changed everything.