Hickman girl's soccer team loses final game of regular season

The Kewpies continued its struggle to score, losing to Helias 1-0.

MU golf coach continuing winning ways

Stephanie Priesmeyer, a former Missouri golfer and Hickman golf and basketball coach, leads the Missouri women into the NCAA East Regional in Georgia.

Mo. lawmakers approve $22.4 billion budget

The budget would increase state spending at a greater rate than its expected revenue growth. The state is able to spend faster than its projected tax intake by tapping into money left over from previous years. offers new connections, but only to college students

Brothers with MU ties have started a network for college students to provide more than entertainment.

Swim site conflict opens debate over sport's video rights

When USA Swimming banned the swimming Web site Floswimming’s press credential, it opened debate over its new partnership with a media company.

Governor turns table on critical representative — asks for e-mails

Gov. Matt Blunt expanded his fight with Democrats over e-mail archives on Wednesday by requesting digital archives from Columbia Rep. Jeff Harris, a candidate for attorney general.

House offers tax break to attract airplane manufacturer

The Missouri House overwhelmingly passed a plan Wednesday that would give the world’s third-largest airplane manufacturer a $240 million incentive to build and operate a facility in Kansas City.

Police release surveillance photo of suspected peeping tom

Columbia police have released a surveillance photo of a man suspected of using a mirror to watch a woman in a Target fitting room on Sunday.

New School Board vice president thinks a more positive sell would help

Steve Calloway sat down recently to answer questions about the voters’ rejection of the levy increase and about life on the new Columbia School Board.

Suspect in Florida killing arrested in Columbia

Boone County deputies arrested Quentin Tyrone Madison, 31, outside his residence in Wagon Wheel Trailer Park north of Columbia on Tuesday evening for a Florida warrant for first-degree murder.

Columbia residents learn to relax through yoga nidra

Frances Hayashida lies on a mat in a quiet room as a soothing voice washes over her, guiding her toward a tranquil place.

She listens as the yoga nidra instructor talks her through the emotional and spiritual process of becoming aware and letting go.

As she slips into a serene state, Hayashida is suddenly startled by a familiar sound.

The person next to her snoring.

Flash flood watch in Columbia until Thursday morning

Columbia is expected to see another 2 to 3 inches of rain in the next 24 hours.

Teen arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and drug distribution

A Columbia teen was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, and officers found evidence of drug distribution in his car during a search, according to a news release from the Boone County Sheriff’s Department.

Three men robbed while preparing to deliver newspapers

Three men were robbed early this morning by two men carrying guns. The victims were preparing to deliver newspapers, and one was injured.

Obama inching closer to Democratic nomination

Democratic presidential candidates still running close race. Indiana voters choose Hillary Clinton; North Carolina voters select Barack Obama.