Parents in attendance on Tuesday night at the forum at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School agreed that overcrowding needs to be addressed.
Missouri baseball, with its strong pitching staff, is more ready than most to handle new NCAA schedule.
Coach Gary Pinkel announced the dismissal of sophomore reserve linebacker Marquis Booker from the Missouri football team following the squad’s fourth spring practice Tuesday at Dan Devine Pavilion.
The Unitee Market and Barber Salon, whose receipts read “black owned” at the top, can inspire young entrepreneurs, Unitee worker says.
The highway patrol conducted a sobriety saturation enforcement on Saturday.
Nearly five months ago, the Missourian reported that a project to add street lights to a section of Forum Boulevard was being put on hold. As of mid-March, the issue remains unresolved and the street unlit.
After two decades without a formal gathering of jugglers at MU, the University YMCA has launched a juggling club. With about six regulars, the club has been meeting every Monday afternoon on Lowry Mall since September.
A 16-year-old boy escaped from the Juvenile Justice Center in Columbia on Tuesday, according to a release from the Boone County Sheriff’s Department.
Any additional rainfall tonight in the Columbia area should be limited to about one-tenth of an inch.
Last Friday’s explosion of a house in the East Campus neighborhood was caused by natural gas, the Columbia Fire Department said Tuesday. A retired MU professor was killed in the blast and fire that followed; his wife was critically injured.
WASHINGTON — College kids are so frazzled they can’t sleep or eat. Or study. Good grief, they’re even anxious about spring break.
Parvez Ahmed, chairman of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy group, will be discussing the political role of Muslims at a forum at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, in Room 22 in Tate Hall at MU.
Boone County Internet crimes investigators are asking parents to contact them if their children have spent time at the house of a suspect in a sex crimes case.
A 32-year-old man was injured Monday night when he walked into the path of an oncoming vehicle, Columbia police said.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Matt Blunt is asking lawmakers to spend $3.1 million to repair the 137-year-old home for the state’s chief executive.
The invention and universal acceptance of the Internet has transformed gardening, and for the better.