Many people showed up to offer input on the Ridgeway busing cuts. Other comments addressed cuts to counseling and ending insurance for part-time employees.
A lecture giving Muslim voters the tools to get active in American politics dispelled common stereotypes surrounding Muslims, like the idea that Islamic political issues differ greatly from those of the general public.
North Carolina star Tyler Hansbrough has earned a reputation for toughness. But his toughness pales compared to that of his older brother Greg, who defied a life-threatening brain tumor and strenuous rehab.
The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 5-3 in favor of rezoning a tract of land at the northeast corner of Alfred Street and Old 63.
A quick exit from the NCAA championships has the MU wrestlers more focused this year.
Redditt Hudson spoke about the need for civilian review at the Mid-Missouri Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union meeting Thursday.
Shpend Ibraimi talks about his home country, Kosovo, as a group of Missouri’s National Guard troops prepare to leave on a peacekeeping mission in the country.
Columbia’s Planning and Zoning Commission moved one step closer Thursday night to annexing property under ABC Laboratories. The commission voted to recommend approval of the annexation to the Columbia City Council.
Margaret Proctor Mulligan’s donation can fund the work of more than 10 professors who study breast cancer and cardiovascular disease.
KFRU has pulled the plug on Fred Parry, co-host of a popular morning talk show, until after the April 8 election after his challenger for a seat on the Boone Hospital Center Board of Trustees filed an equal-air challenge under FCC rules.
St. Louis man arrested on suspicion of sending obscene materials via Internet to undercover investigator posing as a girl
After nearly five months of investigation by the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force, Jordan R. Pickeral of Breckenridge Hills was arrested on suspicion of attempting to transfer obscene matter over the Internet to an undercover agent he thought to be a 13-year-old girl.
Jennifer Kimball is an MU junior majoring in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is also the president and co-founder of Stop Traffic, MU’s anti-human-trafficking organization.
Teeth are made for collisions. They mash hamburgers and break hard candy into tiny pieces. But when they grind together, they can wear down and lead to other health problems.
Tooth grinding is a condition that affects many people, but exactly how many is not clear.
Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday on Route N.
Flu numbers declined sharply last week across Boone County and Missouri.
The National Weather Service is forecasting record flooding along the Meramec River near St. Louis.
WICHITA, Kan. — Two Kansas landowners have sued for compensation after the government converted old railroad lines into recreational trails on their property.
After a five-year break, the Columbia and Boone County planning and zoning commissions have resumed joint meetings in order to coordinate a plan for the northeast urban fringe, where the new high school will be built.