Though the rain had grounded their planes, VA-65 veterans at the 20th annual Salute to Veterans Air Show still celebrated the time they served together.
Thunderstorms delayed the final event Saturday by four hours. The competition has taken place in Hallsville for 30 years and attracts competitors from all over the globe.
A Columbia man was arrested on assault charges after a woman was stabbed Friday night in Douglass Park, according to a Columbia police news release.
Missouri's 2008 legislative session is mercifully behind us.
A record number of students took part in the 2008 graduation ceremony at Columbia's only alternative high school.
Top contenders in four competition categories of the Bianchi International Speed Event will compete Saturday in Hallsville.
No matter the topic — an earthquake in China or the new Missouri Theatre — photos give a story the human element.
PETA protesters wrap themselves in cellophane.
“Acting white” is a social offense that minority students are sometimes accused of committing when they try hard to get good grades, read books for fun or join clubs. It is also leveled at students for making the wrong kinds of friends.
On May 29, Perlow-Stevens Gallery will celebrate Kevin Crown’s 90th birthday and his art at a gathering from 6 to 9 p.m. at the gallery, 812 E. Broadway. Several of his paintings are on display as part of a larger show through June 28.
“This is a unique opportunity that you don’t often have,” said gallery owner Jennifer Perlow. “This is a retrospective of his life as an artist and what his life has meant as an artist to the community and nationwide.”
Looking at some key stats shows Missouri has a lot in common with No. 3 Alabama.
Had the Tigers held on to beat Oklahoma on Thursday night in the Big 12 Conference tournament they would have secured a spot in the championship game.
Smith Creek is small compared to most other national wilderness area, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in charm. Members of the Missouri Wilderness Coalition say that's something worth preserving.
The downtown restaurant closed unexpectedly Wednesday night for financial reasons, said Manager Moses Cortes.
With temperatures expected to reach the mid- to upper 80s by Sunday, the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department is planning to help residents keep cool with an early opening at the Oakland pool.
The proposed legislation would impose criminal penalties over harassment via computers, text messages and other electronic devices.