The parking lot of Rock Bridge High School was full to capacity on Thursday night as 143 residents turned out to elect delegates to the district nominating convention.
The annual Black History Month Bowl was closed by 7:30 p.m. Thursday, a half hour after it was scheduled to start because no one showed up.
The Columbia College men's basketball coach is the winningest in school history.
The team will play their 1,000th game this Saturday.
Teammates Katie Dunham and Sofia Ayala bond on the open court.
The beginning of Baylor’s turnaround began in last season’s Big 12 men's basketball tournament, when the Bears upset No. 6-seed Missouri.
Students at Grant Elementary School held their annual Read-a-Thon on Thursday, celebrating the end of a two-week fundraiser that raised money for their PTA.
Lorenzo Williams and others intend to prove themselves on the Tigers' upcoming Pro Day.
The event will pit the No. 14 Missouri gymnastics team against No. 4 Michigan, No. 22 Ohio State and Cal-Berkeley.
Sid Sullivan, a former candidate for Missouri’s 24th Congressional District, has filed to run for a seat on the Boone County Commission against incumbent Karen Miller.
A Cole County deputy tasered an angry parent twice Thursday morning when he refused to leave a middle school.
A report detailing the launch and early implementation of a multimillion-dollar project to increase biking and walking in Columbia is now available online.
School district officials are now saying the fight never happened within the halls of Hickman High School, according to a letter posted on the school's Web site.
Tickets for the True/False Film Festival are limited, but the festival is offering a range of events that do not require tickets or passes to attend. Some of the events are free for the public or have a small cost to attend.
The True/False film festival is under way. When you're not checking out one of the documentaries, check out these links to coverage of the festival.
The chair of the Senate Public Health Committee has filed a bill to create a pilot program to bring vaccines into schools.
The offices will be filled in the November general election after party primaries in August.
Abandoned houses aren’t beautiful to most people. To Kent Durk, they’re what he lives for each weekend.
JEFFERSON CITY — Senators unanimously passed legislation Thursday meant to reverse a Missouri Supreme Court decision that could allow millions of dollars to flow to the families of disabled workers after their deaths.