Competitors at the Missouri State Senior Games say there are several reasons they enjoy spending time at the bowling alley.
The Columbia Public School District will be auctioning off eight of their properties.
National Cancer Survivors Day brought out survivors and their families for a celebration of life Saturday evening at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
Minutes after the final bell rang at Ridgeway Elementary School a few weeks ago, fourth-grader Cole Nelson was pressing dirt around the delicate stem of a newly planted flower, a rose turtle head.
Little green thumbs like Cole’s are sprouting up all over Columbia, thanks to students, teachers, volunteers and parents tending elementary school gardens. The idea is to give kids a hands-on learning experience and encourage them to play outside, away from TV and video games.
Kaleb Baurichter, a 15-year-old bull rider, was injured at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals last weekend but came back to compete the next night.
Although 88-year-old Ed Burnham’s 15-minute mile pace would have put him last place in the Missouri State Senior Games’ 10K run, he says he doesn’t care. He runs because of his love for it.
Raging Midwest floodwaters that swallowed crops and sent corn and soybean prices soaring are about to give consumers more grief at the grocery store.
The National Weather Service reported the Mississippi cresting at Canton on Sunday. The service forecast crests in Louisiana and Clarksville on Monday.
Graffiti has been a growing problem in Columbia, especially in the downtown area. City Council has worked with other departments and the community to research ways of combating this.
Because of increasing legal debate about the issue of red-light cameras, the city plans on taking pictures of drivers to ensure proper identification for ticketing purposes.
Journalists take a look at the war in Afghanistan and discuss how it has evolved over the past several years.