In practice on Wednesday, coach Ben Loeb had the Bruins play matches against each other in order to prepare for Friday’s Columbia Duals, where the team will face two tough opponents, Edwardsville at 10:30 a.m. and Joplin at 2:30 p.m.
Pitcher Drew Mitrisin, second baseman Brandt Frye and catcher Thad McVeigh helped the Hickman baseball team defeat cross-town rival Rock Bridge.
Alicia Hatcher was an energetic child, always running and jumping around, so gymnastics was a perfect avenue to let out her energy. She started gymnastics at Dave’s Gymnastics Factory in Lee’s Summit when she was 4.
Breaking down election results into precincts provides a more precise look at how voters felt about the candidates and issues on the ballot.
A con artist has been soliciting money from downtown churches, businesses and individuals for two months, Columbia police said.
The state House finalized the content of its omnibus immigration bill Wednesday, a bill that includes stripping state grants from cities with sanctuary policies.
Two Columbia men were arrested Wednesday morning after leading Highway Patrol troopers on an off-road chase in eastern Boone County.
A man accused of assaulting his pregnant girlfriend was arrested Tuesday after trying to run from police, Columbia police said. It is the second time in three days he has been arrested on suspicion of domestic assault.
Eleven co-workers from the assisted-living facility jointly won the $200,000 Powerball prize from the Missouri Lottery, making each one richer by $18,181.
A flash flood watch was posted for Boone County into Thursday night as another storm system brings the threat of heavy rain and severe weather.
Grant recipients plan to use the money to provide improved health care opportunities for area residents.
In 2004, Stephens College announced that it would allow small pets ranging from bunny rabbits to dogs under 40 pounds, to live on the first floor of Prunty Hall. After a positive response from students and faculty the program has since expanded; Searcy Hall is now a “pet friendly” residence, and some prospective students are basing their future at Stephens on whether they will be accepted into this residence.
Tomatoes, peppers, squash and cucumber can be damaged by frost or begin to rot if planted too early, according to Mary Kroening, a MU Extension horticulturist.
Federal investigators are looking for a man in connection with a bank robbery in Sweet Springs on Tuesday.
Sen. John McCain is unfit to be president of the United States because he has confused moral values.
The state of Missouri should partner with homeowners to make homes energy efficient. Although energy independent additions to home are expensive, they save money over time.
CrimeStoppers is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Columbia resident Garrett Murray.
Search our interactive map of election results by voting precinct and census data to find out how your neighbors voted on county and city ballot issues.
Elections took place across Missouri on Tuesday.