Aaron Senne, a former Minnesota State Player of the Year, was drafted by his favorite team and recruited by his home-state school, but chose to come to Missouri instead.
Three airlines submitted plans last Friday to take over air service at Columbia Regional Airport.
About 60 people gathered in front of the Boone County Courthouse on Monday afternoon to remember lives lost in Iraq, both American and Iraqi, since the war began in 2003.
The Fowlers' Beefalo farm near Sedalia produces crossbred cattle-buffalo stock for sale as meat.
A week after the rains came to Missouri, causing floods that killed five and forcing thousands from their homes, life is slowly returning to normal in most locations.
A Missouri family is left to clean up after floodwaters have receded.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology is writing guidelines to help doctors become aware of the affordability of cancer treatment options.
Village Wine and Cheese located at 929 E. Broadway closed Saturday.
The next public meeting will be on April 10 at Parkade Elementary School, according to a press release from the committee.
A homeless man was found dead Saturday night at Flat Branch Park. He is thought to have died of natural causes, said Sgt. Ken Hammond of the Columbia Police Department.
The Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation is holding a vigil on Monday to honor the memory of those who have died in the Iraqi war.
The second plant is part of the company's overall strategy and would be about the same size as the current reactor. New technology would allow it to put out more electricity than the current facility.
By planting from the three varieties of lilacs, you can have blooms for up to six weeks. The plant's arrival in America dates back to the mid-1750s.
Unless we deal with the cause and effect of our nation’s problems, we’ll never be able to move past the disasters.