Corn mazes, pumpkin patches, and wine tasting are just a few things to do with family and friends while the weather is still desirable.
Eating out and eating right don’t have to be mutually exclusive alternatives if you learn to swap out fast food favorites for their lighter counterparts.
Pizza delivery guys dish on folks who don’t tip and the downside of their jobs.
In a college town, you can go out on some bad dates. Columbians tell us what to do if you get stuck on a bad date.
The sacrament comes in many forms and, depending on one’s denomination, may be received as either an infant or adult.
The religion places an emphasis on commitments based in love for God rather than skin color or ethnicity.
A car collision on Route Z Thursday sends one driver to the hospital.
The Center Reading Series started a new season where graduate students and guest poets read a variety of poetry in an effort to inform more people about the art.
Kevin Walsh’s business endeavor was only supposed to last nine months, but his unique partnerships with other local business has helped make his music shop popular.
Unless Congress stops the payment cuts from going through by January, many doctors say they will limit the number of Medicare patients they accept.
A bull is on the loose in downtown St. Louis after the truck carrying it overturned on a bridge ramp.
Anthony Sims enjoyed many winning football seasons in grade school, but academic problems and a rough season stalled his high school career. Now as a senior, Sims and the Kewpies are winning again.
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.