Yet another round of severe weather closed nearly 200 roads in Missouri, forced the emergency evacuation of a newspaper office and had flood-weary residents along the Meramec River bracing for more high water.
The property owner, Jon Livingston, said he wants to redevelop the property for a mix of businesses and apartment units.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea infection rates in Boone County exceed the state average, so local health officials are in the beginning of a three-year effort to address the problem.
What makes Maureen Modesto special is not beating opponents that are supposed to be better than her, but at 5 feet 1-inch tall, she’s doing it against players much bigger than her.
Missouri freshman Alex Gold and LSU gymnast Samantha Engle met in Allen, Texas, but the sport took them in different directions.
The injury is one of several Alexander has suffered over the course of his career with the Missouri football team.
Coach Andy Materer has the team work on unusual drills in practice to make up for a lack of firepower.
Already 1,937 volunteers have registered with the city. The event will take place regardless of weather.
Clare Adrian has lived in the Benton-Stephens neighborhood on North Ann Street for the past 29 years. Her love of writing and the arts has been evident throughout most of her life.
Swollen creeks present a challenge that only the most experienced paddlers should try.
The Silver Screen Film Festival will be held at MU on Friday and Saturday in an effort to provide amateur filmmakers a means of developing and displaying their skills.
The challenges faced by the Christian community in the U.S. as its global role continues to expand will be the topic of a free lecture at 7 p.m. Monday in Memorial Union’s Stotler Lounge.
Benton-Stephens residents met Monday at Memorial Baptist Church to discuss ways to get involved and implement the Neighborhood Watch program in their neighborhood.
Three airlines were proposed for Columbia Regional Airport. Hawaii Island Air was eliminated because the flight times were unacceptable. Great Lakes and Mesaba have their advantages and disadvantages.
A kitchen fire Wednesday night caused an estimated $50,000 in damages to a Columbia residence.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been posted for much of the western half of Missouri until 9 p.m. The watch does not include Boone County, but does extend to its western boundary at the Missouri River.
The Democratic candidates for Missouri’s 25th District kicked off their campaigns Wednesday night at the Columbia Public Library by agreeing on two things: education and health care are the most important issues facing mid-Missourians.
With a growing number of headlines devoted to environmental concerns, many of us appease our consciences by purchasing organic fruit and turning off lights. But global warming and other environmental issues have not forced most to make living adjustments. Instead, those living in poverty are bearing the burden more often than not. When it comes to the allocation of dwindling resources, the low-income demographic tends to get the short end of the stick as spiking food and energy bills translate to major lifestyle changes. Although everyone is complaining, rising costs may be easier to handle if more income is coming in.