Preseason buzz has injected Columbia with a rush of anticipation for Saturday’s season opener against Illinois that city leaders and business representatives say they haven’t experienced in recent memory.
By choosing a sitting senator for his running mate, Barack Obama has elected to try something that's only been done once in the last 108 years.
In preparation for the Democratic National Convention, we heard from a variety of speakers, many of whom employed sports factoids and comparisons in their remarks.
Lauren Gash was sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty last month to kidnapping a pregnant woman.
No one was injured when the courthouse was evacuated because of dust from construction.
AAA Auto Club's latest fuel price index on Wednesday indicated Missouri has the nation's lowest gasoline price with an average of $3.42 for a gallon of regular unleaded. Some Missouri cities are even lower, including St. Louis, with an average price of $3.31.
Campbell man found dead by railroad tracks, police believe he was struck by Union Pacific train
The Associated Press, Kansas City Star and St. Louis Post-Dispatch can join the lawsuit to gain access to Governor’s e-mails.
Obama’s values not consistent with our country’s history.
Democratic delegates talk about the events they've attended and the experiences they've had at the convention in Denver.
The unit touts its experience against top quarterbacks during its time at Missouri as a key factor.
Missouri-Illinois matchup expected to bring influx of fans' business to downtown.
But in Missouri, SAT scores from the graduating class of 2008 were close to 100 points higher than the national average.
The request to reduce Daniel Sanders’ $250,000 bond was denied Wednesday by Boone County Circuit Judge Gene Hamilton, according to Missouri Case.net.
A man is in fair condition after being thrown from a vehicle that lost control on Interstate 70 in Columbia.
Former Gov. Bob Holden urged all delegates to come together and vote for Barack Obama. Other delegates described what the day has been like.
One eliminates limits to campaign contributions, and one lowers the threshold for boating while intoxicated from 0.10 percent to 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content.
Six residents of Cameron have filed lawsuits against the owners of a long-closed insulation factory, Rockwool Industries, they claim helped cause a rash of brain cancers and other illnesses.
The Power Team will display their feats of strength Wednesday through Saturday at the First Nazarene Church.
Two 9th District delegates speak about their time in Denver and relay the energy of the convention.