The Missouri women's team has been one of the best in the Big 12 from the three-point line, but poor outside shooting in the last two games has caused the offense to struggle.
Chelsea Clinton, 27, answered questions about Hillary Clinton’s stance on a variety of issues with just more than a week before Missouri’s Feb. 5 primaries.
Sean M. Quick, 26, of 1133 Ashland Road, was the subject of a four-month investigation by the the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force.
Volunteers participate in an outreach effort by distributing bundles, collecting demographic information and counting Boone County’s unsheltered homeless population.
Unseasonably warm weather ending as cold front moves in
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof is expected to announce his gubenatorial candidacy Tuesday. The Columbia resident would be the third Republican candidate.
The accidents that killed a 23-year-old and 22-year-old happened within 10 hours of each another.
The state’s Roman Catholic bishops are telling lawmakers and statewide elected officials to stop trying to “vie to see who can be tougher on illegal immigrants.”
Republican Sen. Kevin Engler of Farmington says it costs about a half-million dollars and the information is already available online.
Missouri’s governor and attorney general both support a pending proposal in Congress that would provide up to $600 to working Missourians.
Read excerpts from tonight's State of the Union speech by President Bush, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.
Eric P. Saverson, a convicted sex offender, was sentenced to 14 years in prison today.
Adopting a practice that dates back to the early nineteenth century, Art Smith hosted the premier "Burns Night Columbia" on Sunday at the Riechmann Pavilion in Stephens Lake Park.
Illegal immigrants are invading America, and Ron Paul is the only presidential candidate who offers a real solution to the problem.
From the Columbia School Board to the president’s administration, elected representatives should be discussing important long-term decisions with voters.
After some “soul searching,” Rep. Jo Ann Emerson decided against a gubernatorial campaign in favor of remaining in the House.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she has a breadth and depth of support that can help her win in Missouri.
Chelsea Clinton spoke at a packed student lounge Monday morning about her mother’s bid for the Democratic nomination.
The latest polls are in, showing that McCain and Clinton are the favorites among Missourians who plan to vote in next week’s primary elections.