Seven fathers of children diagnosed with a rare cancer are cycling 3,700 miles across the country to raise money for a more effective treatment of the disease.
The area at the corner of Champions Drive and Providence Road, a popular tailgating spot for fraternity members known as “frat pit,” has been closed, and it has created a stir in MU’s Greek community.
The preschool program has spaces available in Boone, Howard and Moniteau counties.
The Midwest Fight League presented a competition Friday for the welterweight title.
This fall, Capt. Doug Dunlap of the Guard will lead a team of four or five guardsmen to Afghanistan to lay the groundwork for a pilot project designed to effect a sea change in the agriculture industry.
This week's topics include First Ward filing, activism over alcohol, energy experiment, open government and sites for new school.
Rewarding thought processes and life experiences is important because it helps a person feel included and gives them the confidence to stand out.
So far, one more case of the virus has been reported this year than in 2006, when four cases were reported in the county.
Meggie Malm, a former Missouri soccer player, died Thursday afternoon in a car accident.
Traffic has more than doubled near Overton as construction of a Budweiser Clydesdale breeding facility gets under way.
The Columbia Localvore Challenge will test if participants can eat locally-produced food for one week.
Calvinists often summarize their faith into the acronym TULIP
Spoken word poetry, a growing form of youth expression, takes a new approach to something many have enjoyed for a long time.
Amr Khaled, known as the "anti-bin Laden," is stirring up controversy with his feel-good, upbeat form of Islam focused on coexistence.
Two of MU’s ensembles-in-residence have new members this year. Susan Jensen has joined the Esterhazy Quartet, and Bill Mann has joined the Faculty Brass Quintet.
Yossi Feintuch, who grew up in Israel, is the rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom. He talks about why he likes Columbia and his favorite aspects of Judaism.
The Columbia School Board has learned that choosing a high school site in secret doesn’t always generate the best site and can lead to a public backlash.
Public bodies that only give the party line are dangerous to the health of meaningful talk in our town.
The chance to play with Marching Mizzou in front of 50,000 fans will give high school bands an experience they won’t soon forget
The Name Game: Six Missouri football players go by aliases. Can you match the player and real name.