Columbia has been a fairly frequent stop for presidents, vice presidents and those seeking the nation’s loftiest elected posts over the past 20 years.
Kansas City is having a hard time coming up with funding to repair damaged street lights, meaning some streets will remain dark as they await repairs.
Despite fears of voting calamities, a review of national Election Day readiness by a nonpartisan research center rates Missouri as one of the six most prepared states. Concerns do remain over the possibilities of long lines and voter fraud.
The EPA has released a list of the state's impaired streams and lakes. Five in Boone County appear on this list.
Two men were arrested Sunday on suspicion of assault at Wagon Wheel Trailer Park.
Sen. Claire McCaskill praises Judy Baker for her courage and independence. Meanwhile, Baker's Republican opponent for the 9th Congressional District seat, Blaine Luetkemeyer, hosts Vice President Cheney at a Monday fundraiser.
Hertzfeldt hits the road with a 16-city tour to show off a collection of his animated films, including his latest film, "I Am So Proud of You." He will introduce his work in person to several art house theaters across the country, including Columbia's Ragtag Cinema on Wednesday.
A possible stabbing victim would not provide a statement to the deputies regarding the wound he sustained.
Sen. John McCain stopped in Columbia on Monday afternoon. The Republican presidential nominee from Arizona landed at the Columbia Regional Airport around 12:30 p.m. He shook a few hands before leaving in a motorcade.
Two months before Election Day, most candidates are preparing for the final push of campaigning. But when Ryan Asbridge, 31, spoke to his campaign staff last month to discuss the direction of the campaign for the next several weeks, it was to formulate a very different kind of strategy.
After two decades in Missouri politics, Mary Still was ready to slow down. With her children out on their own and an option for early retirement, Still, 54, decided it was time to start the next chapter of her life.
A deal that would combine two of the largest beef processing plants in the country is being called dangerous to consumers and ranchers alike.