Major League scouts say they expect Missouri pitcher Kyle Gibson to get better as he grows bigger. The only question is how much size he adds.
The statewide strategy would have to be adapted to fit Columbia’s frequent interchanges and limited space.
The Parks and Recreation Department has lowered admission to the Douglass Park Family Aquatic Center to $1 to increase accessibility and attendance.
Samples of Missouri’s largest bur oak tree have been grafted in order to preserve its DNA.
The Neighborhood Response Team works to address city code violations in an effort to improve the quality of central Columbia’s neighborhoods. The team is expanding its boundaries this year to include new areas.
Columbia residents are facing a surge in ant infestation because of heavy rainfall and hot weather. Ants are normally seen more in the spring and summer, but according to Steven Sides Jr., technician for D&L Pest Control, this year it is worse than usual.
Most of the damage was in the back bedroom of the duplex on Nelwood Drive. No one was injured.
A Columbia man was arrested Tuesday evening on suspicion of firing at a perpetrator’s fleeing vehicle after a shooting Saturday at the Petro Mart gas station in which another man was shot in the mouth.
A Missouri Supreme Court judge told a conference audience Wednesday that keeping nonviolent criminals away from violent criminals helps them to not reoffend.
A 7-year-old boy drowned Wednesday after losing his footing and being swept into a culvert by the current of Big Buffalo Creek in central Missouri.
Gov. Matt Blunt expressed disappointment Wednesday that California’s highest court declined to delay until after the November elections its decision legalizing same-sex marriage in that state.
A Jackson County judge has postponed Kansas City’s ban on smoking in bars and restaurants.
An outbreak of salmonella food poisoning first linked to uncooked tomatoes has now been reported in nine states, U.S. health officials said Tuesday. However, as of Wednesday afternoon, no cases had been reported in Missouri.
Thirty-nine of the 58 participating newspapers reported using at least 50 percent recycled newsprint, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Thirty-five fifth-graders marked their graduation with reflections and a slideshow on May 29 with their families, classmates and teachers.
Rather than creating new programs, City Manager Bill Watkins said, the next fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1, will be focused on efficiency through redirection of funds and strengthening of partnerships with community organizations.
Monsanto Co. plans to develop strains of corn, soybeans and cotton that can yeild more grain and fiber while consuming less water by 2030.
Missouri collected $7.2 billion in May, which is higher than the growth rate anticipated by the budget.
A frequently ignored state panel that sets salaries for judges and elected officials appears to be missing almost half its members.
Benton-Stephens residents gathered Monday evening next to “Sol House” on Moss Street to enjoy hamburgers and hotdogs and to learn about starting a successful Neighborhood Watch program, with preventive crime tips from guest speaker Officer Mike Hayes.