One day after insisting he’d stick with Marc Bulger, St. Louis Rams coach Scott Linehan benched his banged-up quarterback.
At “The Issues Facing Aging America,” the first of four Speak Your Mind forums to be held at Hickman High School this year, students learned and asked questions about retirement, age discrimination and health care.
COLUMBIA — With road games against two top-10 teams looming for the Columbia College volleyball team, Wednesday night’s game at home against Illinois-Springfield could have been troublesome.
A study group is trying to create a funding strategy for all of Missouri’s public four-year universities.
The Historic Preservation Commission recommends as many as 22 alley names.
A firm hired by the UM System to complete background checks on new MU hires will use a name-based search method, rather than a fingerprint search, under a policy revision that took effect Monday.
Financed by a voter-approved sales tax, the project will add two floors to the courthouse annex.
A Break Time convenience store clerk reported an attempted robbery of the store, at 901 N. U.S. 63 Connector, on Sept. 29, but police said he later admitted the report was false.
First Ward Councilwoman Almeta Crayton has called a public discussion for later this month.
Mohamed El-Sayed Deif, a Quran reciter from Egypt, is reciting parts of the Quran daily at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Dennis Sentilles tells how meals can use local ingredients and produce a taste some say is “to die for.”
Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Thursday in a Kansas City federal courtroom in the trial of Lisa Montgomery, who is accused of kidnapping and strangling pregnant Bobbie Jo Stinnett and removing her eight-month-old baby with a kitchen knife.
Judge Patricia Breckenridge, the newest judge on the Missouri Supreme Court, questioned attorney’s claims in rape case on her first day on the job.
Several northeast Missouri communities were assessing damage Wednesday, a day after strong storms and several tornadoes moved through the area.
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.