Spectators who filled the sidewalks of Walnut Street on Friday afternoon were eager to catch the speeding cyclists of the Tour of Missouri whiz by.
The crowd was a mix of young and old, families and couples, avid cyclists and curious spectators.
The Missourian has made coverage of Columbia's new high school site a priority.
Environmentalist couple live in an off-the-grid home to reduce their impact on the environment.
Will Franklin is situated in front of a helicopter at the University Health Center. The Tiger wide receiver has arrived slightly later than the agreed-upon 6 p.m. meeting time.
A scam using checks that appear to be from a Kansas City-based utility company has surfaced across the country.
The advertising publication has been sold to two Columbia businessmen. The new owners say they plan to keep the operation the same.
Aquilla Butler's voice is her instrument, and she uses it to spread the gospel through her public access TV show and other performances.
Click on a picture to find out more about MU's receivers.
Though he’s still near the beginning of a life in football, A.J. Ricker, 27, has some life lessons to share.
The helicopters that transport people from accidents to the hospital must be flown by someone. Kyle Rehagen is one of those pilots.
A grant now provides women and girls who do not have adequate insurance with the Gardasil vaccine, or the HPV vaccine, for free. The vaccine is offered at four locations in Columbia.
The citizens committee charged with recommending a site for Columbia’s next public high school will now have two and possibly three meetings, according to an e-mail sent Thursday by committee facilitator Jim Ritter to the group’s 20 other members.
Pete Szkolka writes music, he plays instruments, he records tracks, he mixes tracks and he creates a finished project. He does all these things by remaining a musician first and foremost.
Several roads are closed today and more will close later as the Tour of Missouri rolls through Columbia. The cyclists are expected to arrive here between 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
Golf has always played a big role in the lives of Tigers siblings Madison and Kyle Marcolla
Although the Columbia College men’s soccer team is winless, many Cougars remain optimistic.