The Community Choices Open House will allow Columbia residents to choose which issues they want the city government to focus on.
A coloring set from Toys “R” Us is the latest in a line of products manufactured in China to be recalled.
Take some lessons from the recent Missourian article, entitled “The Saga of the Warrens” (Aug. 25) if you want to know how African-Americans are really regarded by some of the Columbia community and MU.
It’s easy to get lost, whether on a winding drive home or along life’s many curves. Being a good pathfinder means knowing where you’ve been and where you’re going.
With continuing advances in medicine, breakthroughs like medicinal patches are being widely accepted for their convenience and practicality. Along with their growing popularity, however, there have been reports of serious side effects such as blood cots and even death.
John Gilbert is a two-time MVP for the MU wheelchair basketball team and an All-American from 2005 through 2007. Now the MU junior can add gold medal-winner.
Hickman and Rock Bridge are set to play in the Great Eight high school girls tennis tournament
Matt Albers (4-6) walked four and struck out three, shutting down the Cardinals’ offense for the second time this season.
The Tigers’ right fielder continues his torrid hitting to help Detroit attempt to get back in playoff race.
The Chiefs and Rams played their final preseason game Thursday night. It was the first time Larry Johnson took the field, since ending his holdout earlier in the month.
Mid-Missouri bike riders will participate in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Bike Ride 150 on Sept. 8 and 9 in Columbia.
Five years ago, Brad Smith first showed his talent against Illinois in St. Louis. Another talented quarterback could figure into Missouri's game Saturday against the same team, at the same venue. This time, though, he's not playing for the Tigers.
The massive economic redevelopment legalizes ticket scalping, provides a tax credit for cattle ranches, provides for urban redevelopment and bolsters Gov. Matt Blunt’s Quality Jobs Act.
Sen. Claire McCaskill embarked on a 13-county tour Tuesday in her ethanol-powered sport utility vehicle as the Senate prepares to address the 2007 Farm Bill in September. McCaskill said the tour provides an opportunity for her to hear directly from Missouri farmers.
A man with a rifle walked into the Drury Inn early Thursday and robbed the hotel’s cash register.
A bomb threat at Hickman High School Thursday morning led to a temporary lockdown at the school.