A judge is considering whether the Department of Revenue violated laws by raising fees on driver's license records.
Sen. Claire McCaskill made an appearance on comedian Stephen Colbert’s show Wednesday night. She was asked why, as a woman, she didn’t support Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama.
High gas prices should make regional air travel a viable option, but travelers in this area seem content driving rather than dealing with airline hassles.
The report focused on alternative ways for Columbia to save power, such as wind power and solar panels.
People suffering psychological challenges can benefit from properly trained service dogs.
The $3.4 million extension of Chapel Hill Road from Scott Boulevard to Gillespie Bridge Road cost $500,000 more than the city originally planned.
Rock Bridge Memorial State Park opened its first new hiking and biking trail in more than eight years with the help of a boy scout troop from Columbia last month.
Last week it was Tony Bennett. Tonight, it’s Buster Keaton, as the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts continues its grand re-opening celebration.
On May 27, the license office notified owners Daniel Veros and Rashid Kikhia of the revocation of the licenses for Athena night club, New York Famous Pizza and Nikai Grill, all located at 1101 Locust St. The owners appealed on Wednesday.
The company, which supplies a broad swath of industries, blamed the up to 20 percent jump in prices to soaring energy costs.
After restoring a number of local landmarks, John and Vicki Ott will be named the Outstanding Local Historic Preservationists. This is the first time this award has been presented.
A St. Louis-based hospital is going to cut out water bottles in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of producing bottles.
First National Bank at Broadway and Garth Avenue was robbed on Wednesday afternoon. After a 15-minute chase, Columbia Police arrested a suspect on suspicion of robbery near RE/MAX Boone Realty at 33 E. Broadway.
Attorney General Jay Nixon’s office has agreed to pay $26,000 to a quadriplegic woman who claimed employment discrimination. The settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing.
Another unmarried couple is being told by a suburban St. Louis town they’re not welcome.
An accident on a busy St. Louis-area interstate left a sticky mess.
Angela D. Wilburn, 44, whose husband is a founder of the Ozarks Minutemen, faces a possible six months in prison and $500 fine.
A Springfield utility plans to inject carbon dioxide into the ground to test whether air pollution from power plants can be stored safely.
Two 12-year-old Jefferson County boys are recovering after being attacked by a dog that got out of a fenced yard.