Columbia native Carl Edwards won the rain-delayed Auto Club 500 Sprint Cup race on Monday, finishing ahead of Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon. “I hope it’s an indication we’ve caught up with them,” Edwards said after the eighth victory of his career.
ST. LOUIS — A group of researchers led by Washington University will announce that it has mapped the genetic sequence of the corn plant.
On Windsor Street sits a small blue house and next to it a plot of land, vacant during the cold winter months. In just a short while, however, that land will be teeming with life, of both plants and Benton-Stephens residents, as their community garden is revived for 2008.
Westminster College’s board of trustees named George B. Forsythe the 20th president of the Fulton school on Saturday.
A survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City confirms the strength in rural real estate values, with a decrease in urban real estate values.
Baker's announcement places her among two Democratic and three Republican candidates running for the seat in Congress.
Faced with rising numbers in the amount of accidents caused by deer, Cape Girardeau may allow bowhunting of deer.
Three linemen recently traveled to Yei, Sudan, for three weeks to help expand the village's electrical grid and bring power to homes.
The MU School of Medicine is looking for volunteers for an international diabetes study, which is aimed at preventing or delaying the onset of the disease.
School board candidate Kevin Horner filed a statement of withdrawal this morning to remove his name from the ballot in April, saying did not think he had the right motivation.
Here's how four Columbia exercise groups have committed to staying in shape.
It’s getting harder to find a job in America, and our economic situation isn’t getting any better. A change in the ruling party isn’t going to help.