Two men end up in the hospital with stab wounds. Police say they don't know if they're victims, suspects
or both. Two hours later, police are back at the park, breaking up a growing crowd and looking for a weapon.
Columbia runners in training for the Heart of America Marathon will practice covering a 17-mile loop in the course.
Columbia School Board members were encouraged not to award employees any scheduled pay increases for the upcoming year.
Boy Scouts who came to each others’ aid after a tornado that killed four of their comrades and injured 48 people were hailed as heroes Thursday for helping to administer first aid and search for victims buried in their flattened campsite.
Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Katie Smith gave the thumbs up to Missouri-grown tomatoes by placing them on the FDA’s “safe to eat list."
Old Glory hasn’t seen too many changes over her 200-year reign, so we asked local artists to draft a new version more in keeping with our time.
Council members are looking for ways to streamline meetings, including moving comments and some planning and zoning issues to the consent agenda.
The Missouri River was expected to crest in northwest Missouri this weekend, but more concern was focused on the Mississippi River, where more significant flooding was expected the middle of next week.
MU’s Sinclair School of Nursing announced Thursday the appointment of Judith Fitzgerald Miller as its new dean. Miller, who is currently interim dean of nursing at Marquette University, will begin her position Aug. 1.
Damon A. Williams was arrested on suspicion of shooting Nathaniel Bentley on Tuesday in Columbia’s first homicide this year.
J. Kraig Kahler is director of utilities in Weatherford, Texas, and his appointment takes effect July 14.
Philippe Quint and Vadim Gluzman will play in “dueling” fiddles style and individually.
The $500 scholarships should be available for the 2008-2009 school year, State Treasure Sarah Steelman said.
The public is encouraged to make comments regarding the 2008-2009 budget during an upcoming meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Students with the Missouri Scholars Academy retreat to campus for a learning experience incorporating academics, social interaction and goal-setting.
McCain needs to stop smiling so much and return to his impromptu speaking style. With comparisons to Kennedy, Obama’s the man to beat, but his great oratory skills don’t necessarily mean he will win.
A judge has ordered the Police Protection fund to pay Missouri for requesting money from residents after being asked to stop.
Outdated war rules may not be serving overseas soldiers well.
Several ideas for city development were discussed, with stakeholder views in mind at the City Council retreat.
A man was arrested Thursday after being found by residents in their kitchen eating their food.