Summer Welcome, a program for incoming freshmen, kicks off at MU.
Columbia’s chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Gays and Lesbians will be out at PrideFest this weekend to show their support for their children and other parents.
Crews worked all day Tuesday to get fields at Rainbow Softball Complex ready for evening games, but they couldn’t accomplish the task. With this year’s excessively wet weather, recreational softball teams have seen a lot of rainouts.
Members of prominent university mathematics departments in Missouri are calling for a change in the standards the state sets for K-12 math education.
Mid-Mo LGBT Coalition Pride Fest grows in its 5th annual celebration.
Businesses consider two options for their recycling: Columbia’s commercial recycling program and private recycling services.
It’s been a thoroughbred racing season of extreme ups and downs, but racing experts say the downs haven’t been all that out of the ordinary.
The program is for ex-offenders and is designed to help them find jobs and adjust to being released back into the community.
A 22-year-old Columbia man was fatally shot in the head early Tuesday morning in a duplex in southeast Columbia, and three suspects are being sought, Columbia police said.
Youth Enrichment Services, offered by the Department of Parks and Recreation, offers reduced-price season passes to outdoor pools along with other choices to qualifying youth ages 2 through 17. The program also benefits supervising adults.
These effort is aimed at ensuring the pool remains family-friendly.
An investigation, including lightning mapping, revealed that a strike matched the latitude and longitude of the apartment building, confirming the cause of the fire.
Record-setting rains have drenched the Midwest, but the stage has not been set for another Great Flood in central Missouri.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s Faith-Based Initiative is hosting a disaster relief symposium June 23 and 24 at Broadway Christian Church in Columbia.
Columbians are saving energy with just the flip of a switch. Last month, Columbia ranked fourth in the nation for compact fluorescent light bulb usage.
Under the new law pharmacists will use electronic logs to track purchases of cold medications with pseudoephedrine, which can be used to make meth. The law also allows some nurses to prescribe controlled substances.
The road won't re-open until July 14.
McCain says Obama plans to raise taxes. But Obama says his plan would cut taxes for 95 percent of American workers, while increasing taxes on corporations and the wealthy.
A 22-year-old Columbia man was fatally shot in the head early this morning in a duplex in southeast Columbia, and three suspects were being sought, Columbia police said.
The National Weather Service forecasts moderate flooding in St. Louis and near 1993-level flooding in some river towns.