During a Tuesday night meeting between Central Missouri Community Action officials and residents in the North Central Columbia Neighborhood, many residents seemed wary of the organization’s proposed apartment complex for homeless youth.
A dinner series at MU's Eckles Hall offers upper-level undergraduates a chance to put into practice the knowledge and skills they have developed while studying in the university's Hotel and Restaurant Management program.
Sweney, the executive vice president and general merchandise manager of women’s apparel for the department store, gave two lectures on the MU campus Tuesday as part of the Textile and Apparel Management’s “TAM Executive in Residence.”
The construction of Columbia's newest high school will be discussed Thursday during two Chat with Chase sessions.
The MU Women’s basketball team is dealing with the possibility of having a short bench because injuries have reduced the roster to 10 players.
Neighborhoods could gain a say in the type of streetlights that go up in their area.
After 18 days navigating rapids on the Grand Canyon portion of the Colorado River, Chris Kelly, 61, can safely say, “It was the trip of a lifetime.”
Two weeks after more than 240 Missouri school districts lost a lawsuit requesting more state funding, the Show-Me Institute held a conference where presenters said that additional money for school districts has no effect on student achievement.
The team’s leading tackler, known for his vocal leadership, is an emerging talent in the Big 12 Conference.
Two “gas-to-energy” projects are under way at the Columbia Sanitary Landfill that will catapult the city far beyond its 2008 alternative energy target.
Coming from a family with a successful athletic history, junior Ryne Fisher is moving out of its shadow with his own burgeoning golf career.
Zach Kinne was elected national FFA president in at the 80th FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
Rosemary Porter announced Monday that she has decided to retire within a year. Her last day will be Sept. 1, 2008.
Whether it’s peeking out at a horror movie from behind a couch pillow, listening to a friend whisper spooky stories around a campfire or even being hurtled through the air on a roller coaster, some people thrive on the rush of being frightened.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to let stand an appeals court decision granting former Columbia police Officer Steven Rios a new trial.
Brian Laoruangroch, the president of an upstart used cell-phone retailer, was arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
From sculptures to plastics to old farm tools, artwork has found a place in the American home garden.