The Tigers' loss to Oklahoma produced one thing: a new fight song written by Jeff Garwood and his 12-year-old daughter, Lydia.
Pakistanis in Columbia and across the U.S. mourned Benazir Bhutto and worried that her assassination could destabilize their homeland and threaten the safety of family members living there.
Boone County is in line for $801,921 in federal disaster aid after President Bush approved a request from Gov. Matt Blunt for a disaster declaration in the wake of early December ice and snow storms.
The assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has dealt a severe blow to U.S. efforts to restore stability and democracy in a turbulent, nuclear-armed Islamic nation that has been a critical ally in the war on terror.
Here's a rundown of who's playing when and where.
Omar Davis has served as director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations since September and now will head the Department of Revenue.
A conceptual plan filed with the city shows a 50-acre retail and residential development in a fast-growing part of town, but one of the property owners says he won’t sell.
Police are investigating the robbery of a check-cashing store late Thursday morning in south Columbia.
The Missouri Foundation for Health surprised the Central Missouri Food Bank with a $70,000 grant to help cover a food shortage. The grant was not competitive.
With more than 75 performances at 15 venues downtown and on the Stephens College campus, First Night Columbia will celebrate the New Year with an alcohol-free display of its diverse art community.
Two intruders tried to kick in the door of an apartment, leading one of the people inside to fire a gun and wound one of the intruders, police say.
Pakistan is a nation with a complex history and an uneasy relationship with the world community. Here's some of what you might need to know to understand the circumstances surrounding the attack Thursday on a Benazir Bhutto campaign rally.
Columbia's contract with the Sikeston Power Plant has been amended to allow the city to collect credits for nitrous oxide and mercury emissions, but they're unlikely to generate much revenue.
Columbia was one of 57 cities that applied for a grant from the federal Recreational Trails Program. The city received more than $95,000 to help fund two bridge projects.
Click here for a list of links to other news stories and blogs about the killing of Pakistan's opposition leader.
Missouri statistics: We marry more than we divorce, but we spend $1,200 below national average in school spending
These tidbits and others come from the federal government’s 127th annual Statistical Abstract of the United States, which provides a statistical snapshot of the nation.
The man fled while awaiting sentencing in Jackson County for first-degree murder in the 1990 slaying of his mistress’ husband, which the court rules limits his rights to appeal.
MoDOT warns that delay in repairs could cost up to $600,000 each day.
New Year's resolutions are usually broken within the month. This year, consider staying the course.