The documentary “At the Death House Door,” showing at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the St. Thomas More Newman Center, focuses on the Rev. Carroll Pickett and the 15 years he spent as the “death house chaplain” in Huntsville, Texas.
Columbia Animal Control has processed more than 400 complaints about barking dogs over the past three years, and the number of complaints so far this year is on track to meet or exceed last year’s total of 151.
Despite recent budget cuts by Kansas City, donations are helping to keep the Liberty Memorial alight until July 4, but more donations will be needed to keep it going afterwards.
A Columbia mother credits her faith in God for her son’s recovery after he was shot in the head by a sniper in Afghanistan.
The public has an opportunity to voice in on the future sources of Columbia’s growing energy needs.
Reports that Angeuser-Busch might be purchased by Belgium-based brewer InBev have St. Louis residents worried they might lose a company as closely identified with their city as the Gateway Arch.
A library worker in Poplar Bluff says she was disciplined for refusing to work at a “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” promotional event.
Emergency management officials urged residents living below the dam to seek higher ground.
The change in interest rate discounts, which takes effect June 1, will only apply to new loans, not existing ones.
The incident that happened on Hinkson Avenue in Columbia is still under investigation, and no charges have been filed, police said.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court sided today with employees who faced retaliation after complaining about race and age discrimination in rulings that drew support from conservative and liberal justices.
Police said the first driver left the scene where Troy Boerner, 25, of Foxfield, Colo., was injured.
America has the technology to let loose of our dependence on oil; now all that’s needed is the will to move forward.