A handful of Columbia residents met Saturday to discuss ways to gather support for a presidential bid by Al Gore. Though the former candidate and vice president hasn’t entered the race, he has a wide lead in several polls.
Stephens College’s opening convocation formally kicked off the academic year.
A 15-year-old Centralia girl died of ehrlichiosis at University Hospital on Wednesday.
The bill allows Missourians to sell tickets above face value. Proponents say the bill will help the “regular guy,” but opponents say the ticket brokers may drive up ticket prices.
A bomb threat at Hickman High School this morning led to a temporary lockdown at the school. About 11 a.m., a student found a message typed on a library computer.
Seven years ago, the future of Stephen’s lake park was in jeopardy. Now, it has grown into a thriving community outdoors center with more improvements yet to come.
Missourians understood the stem cell amendment when it was passed, and efforts to reverse it are undemocratic.
COLUMBIA — When Stephens College added a cross country team to the athletic program in 2006, the administration found a coach ready and willing to head the team in its own gymnasium.
COLUMBIA — Heading into the MU volleyball team's home opener on Friday against Notre Dame, coach Wayne Kreklow feels confident with four players. Setter Lei Wang, libero Tatum Ailes and outside hitters Julianna Klein and Na Yang will be among the starting six for the Tigers.
Citing the financial, moral and relationship costs of the war, six community panelists agreed at a town hall meeting Wednesday night that the war in Iraq needs to end.
MU football players from St. Louis say Cornell Ford became like family to them when they were being recruited.
Parkour combines the agility of gymnastics with outdoor settings to create a sport that encourages those who practice it to be efficient and quick. A short film clip from a group of friends who practice parkour in Columbia will be shown at the next True/False Film Festival.
An officer discovered a stolen car and followed it until the car pulled in to Phillips 66 on Providence. Five individuals were taken to the police station for questioning.
A judge ruled Wednesday in favor of Missouri’s funding distribution method and against school districts' claims that funds are distributed in an unacceptable manner, but Phyllis Chase, Columbia Public Schools superintendent, was quick to say that follow-up decisions could still change the outcome.
This extravaganza is a free, family event to teach people about watersheds, storm water, streams and wildlife.
A city ordinance allows citizens to file a complaint if faced with discrimination. On Thursday, the monthly Community Circle topic is unlawful discrimination.
Official opening will follow a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 6.
First-day enrollment increased 1.6 percent at Columbia Public Schools this year, and schools are still adjusting to the change.
Having missed their scheduled appearance at the True/False Film Festival, the Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars will perform at the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival