The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security spoke Wednesday at Westminster College in Fulton, and students had the opportunity to ask him about U.S. policies.
The state provides as much public school funding as the Missouri Constitution requires, a Cole County judge ruled Wednesday in rejecting a lawsuit filed by almost one-half of the state’s school districts, including Columbia Public Schools.
Gov. Matt Blunt announced a plan to spend $2.3 million to cover the cost of rape forensic exams for Missouri rape victims
The city projects that Wabash Station will be the location for Greyhound services in the future, but funding is a major obstacle to accomplishing the move.
Community-acquired Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, a type of staph infection, is a recently found illness that is more easily treatable but capable of more damage.
Nebraska ended the Missouri volleyball team's five-match winning streak with ease Wednesday night, and extended its winning streak in Columbia to 23.
The state provides as much public school funding as the Missouri Constitution requires, a Cole County judge ruled Wednesday.
With the Democrat-led House set to attempt to override a presidential veto of an expansion of a federal health insurance program for low-income children Thursday, Rep. Kenny Hulshof, R-Mo., opposes expansion of the program he helped create.
High school Homecoming activities scheduled for the next week showcase spirit and alumni.
The Columbia Special Business District has alerted its members that counterfeit American Express gift checks are circulating downtown.
John Fry tells his story of his uphill battle with the health care system and his struggles to live without insurance.
The Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is sponsoring a student essay contest to raise awareness about the impact of domestic violence.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected contractors for three projects that will affect U.S. 63 and Interstate 70.
About 7:15 this morning, Columbia residents were treated to one of those rare moments of living art -- a double rainbow to the west as the rain clouds gathered, and brilliantly lit clouds to the east, shaped almost as if a string of curtains had been hung, as the sun rose. Did you shoot a photo? Go to MyMissourian.com to share it with other mid-Missourians.
Applicants interested in participating in city government should apply by Nov. 2 to fill the current vacancies.
A Wednesday morning collision resulted in one woman in serious condition at University Hospital. The other driver was not injured, police said.
The regional amateur sports competition will be held with the Show-Me State Games. Athletes in the State Games of Mid-America may qualify for the biennial State Games of America in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Storms might bring tornadoes, hail and 60 m.p.h. winds through the area Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
At the Big 12 basketball media day, Bobby Knight spent most of his time talking about baseball.
In his recent opinion piece, “National Defense Deters War”, Col. J. Karl Miller quotes George Washington as saying: “There is nothing so likely to produce peace as to be well prepared to meet the enemy.” In other words, war preparation deters war. The basic question regarding that assumption is: “How’s that working for us?”