Candidates for the Columbia City Council and School Board faced off Thursday night at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters. About 40 community members gathered at the Columbia Public Library to ask critical questions of the candidates.
The women's basketball team scored a 63-56 overtime victory to make the finals.
A concert at MU Sunday evening by violinist Itzhak Perlman has been canceled due to a non-life-threatening medical condition. The University Concert Series reports it is working with Perlman's representatives to arrange a makeup date. All tickets would be honored for that date.
Students and community members gathered Thursday evening as part of a national movement to remember Lawrence King, an openly gay teen who was shot to death.
With his blazing speed and leaping prowess, wide receiver Will Franklin stood out Thursday during the series of drills and tests.
The town of 182 people regularly packs the seats of Harrisburg High School's basketball court.
On Wednesday, Missouri won a double overtime game against Iowa State, and is now focused on resting up for Saturday's game.
A Missourian analysis of 384 establishments showed local restaurants serving ethnic cuisine receive more citations than other restaurants. A spokesman from the health department believes this is because such restaurants are more likely to make their food from scratch.
For most teams, another habitual afternoon practice isn’t something that makes players come running. But for the Columbia College men’s basketball team, the work they put in isn’t a chore.
Martha K. John’s home at 2011 N. Country Club Drive was named one of Columbia’s 10 notable properties for 2008 earlier this year. The house has several interesting features, such as a rosette window of stained glass in the attic.
A potluck dinner will be held at the Newman Center in order to bring awareness of poverty in Nairobi, Kenya’s Kibera slum.
Jann Carl of Entertainment Tonight will return to Columbia, where she graduated from MU, to host the show, which will feature designs by students and local boutiques.
Charges against a St. Charles man were amended to manslaughter in connection with a vehicle crash that killed an MU professor.
Legislative staff estimate the state will collect about $160 million on the rebates unless the legislature does something.
Read about and watch the ad, which also features the Aflac duck. The spot will begin airing on March 10.
Public schools will be required to send parents of sixth-grade girls information about human papilloma virus and its vaccine under a state Senate bill passed Thursday.
Boone Hospital Center has followed Columbia Regional Hospital in deciding to stop releasing birth announcements. The hospital’s decision is part of a national trend to keep the information private in hopes of protecting the safety of newborns and their families.