Sixth Ward City Councilwoman Barbara Hoppe said she is worried that new engineering estimates won’t include costs to the city.
The Tigers' Chelsea Schriewer and Lindsey Haupt didn't make the cut at the 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur, but they said they gained valuable experience at the event.
Annual community service project shows prisoners that the community cares.
Columbia College’s volleyball team is ranked No. 10 in the country, but coach Melinda Wrye-Washington says she is frustrated and is pushing her players harder in practice.
The governor’s proposal to make it easier for faith- and community-based groups to provide services for Missourians in need was greeted by a standing ovation at the second annual Faith-Based Initiatives Answering the Call Conference in Jefferson City.
Visitors can spend a day on the farm learning about MU’s agricultural and life sciences research at the park off of U.S. 63.
The monkey bit two children at Stephens Lake Park.
Recent foreclosure levels have been correlated to the high number of adjustable-rate mortgages that allow buyers to borrow with artificially low interest rates.
A policy revision, effective Oct. 1, means that applicants to full-time and part-time faculty and staff positions at MU will be required to submit to a criminal background check before being hired.
Applications for Boone County government panels will be accepted until the positions are filled.
Planned layoffs at 3M’s plant in Columbia would affect 200 hourly and 40 salaried workers by June 2008.
A four-person panel of experts answer high schooler’s questions about aging.
A Rhesus Macaque believed to have bitten a 7-year-old boy Saturday is also believed to have bitten an 11-year-old girl at the same event, a health department spokeswoman said.
A new hybrid variety of tomato surprised some fans by winning the top tasting prize at this month’s Tomato Festival.
Truman Veterans Hospital and up to 75 residential neighbors, including fraternity and sorority houses, lost power Thursday morning when Columbia Water & Light workers were fixing a city power connection.
Seventeen bulls died after a truck overturned on a bridge ramp. The incident occurred exactly a year after a horse trailer crashed on Interstate 44.
Sally Field had a right to say what she wanted, but Fox Entertainment also had the right to censor what was broadcast.
Instead of running the risk of creating a monopoly by luring one airline to the area, the airport would be better served extending the runway and bringing in more traffic.
On Sept. 1 Missouri' Jeremy Maclin took less than 10 seconds to show the countless hours of rehab from a devastating knee injury had paid off. His 66-yard punt return for a touchdown against Illinois proved he was fully recovered.