The author of Columbia’s One Read book elaborated on what she learned from her experiences with elephants, circuses, and history of the Great Depression while researching for the novel.
The insecticide Anvil 2+2 is being sprayed in the neighborhoods where the infected men live.
“Water for Elephants” is the current focus of the One Read program, coordinated by the Daniel Boone Regional Library.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for a Columbia playground designed for children with disabilities will be dedicated Thursday
Chris Kelly, 60, has had a made boating his life-long hobby and now plans to canoe the Grand Canyon portion of the Colorado River.
Four months ago, Chris Wright, senior defenseback for the Columbia College soccer team, lost his father, making something he has loved since the day he could walk almost too hard to play.
Martin Rucker spurned the NFL draft to help expel a 10-year-old ghost from Faurot.
Missouri sent 435,000 people to World War II. Veterans Stanley Nichols, Vernon Sievert and Rex Bandy share recollections of the war.
The mall, as the city’s newest transportation development district, will collect the tax to help pay for future improvements to the Stadium Boulevard corridor.
The agreement was drafted to prevent universities from taking kickbacks from student lenders.
A proposed overlay district in North-Central Columbia would add new zoning regulations meant to create an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood.
Sara Gruen, author of the book "Water for Elephants," signed autographs Tuesday afternoon at the Columbia Public Library through the communitywide One Read program.
New “storm-based” warnings from the National Weather Service use specific landmarks to more accurately show areas that are threatened.
Steroid users say the drugs aren’t dangerous and don’t warrant the attention they get from the government.
Only one person showed up to the morning meeting.
Academic freedom is all well and good but it shouldn’t promote obscenity.
The Rock Bridge girls golf team earned a berth at the state tournament Monday with a second-place finish at the Class 2 District 4 tournament at the Innsbrook Resort Golf Course in Foristell.
A weekend filled with upsets has the Missouri football team ranked among the Big 12 Conference’s elite heading into league play.