Missouri guard J.T. Tiller is from Marietta, Ga., which is about an hour and a half from the University of Georgia campus. Tiller's parents are coming to Saturday's game in a group of about 20 family and friends, and several of Tiller's friends from Wheeler High School will be there, too.
Columbians share their resolutions and hopes for 2009.
The Campaign for Family Farms and the Environment looked at five years of payments from the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.
Changes are guaranteed both nationally and locally as we see transition in government leadership. But not all changes in 2009 are going to be positive: The economic picture continues to worsen.
Community members discuss what they believe needs to be improved in police regulations, snow removal policy and power supply laws.
Projections indicate the state will average just over 57 inches of precipitation, a fraction above the record set in 1993, when the final numbers are official.
Chet Pleban said he considers the settlement unacceptable and will file an objection during a hearing on Monday . He said a decision on whether Matt Blunt's office violated laws on open records and document retention should be made through the judicial system, not by the investigators.
The use of the projected $130 million annually in new casino taxes figures to spark debate during the legislative session that starts Wednesday — partly because new tax dollars are expected to be scarce.
An appeals court in St. Louis has ruled that a Kansas-based payday lender — which does business in Missouri as Quik Cash — can't prevent customers from filing class-action lawsuits over its lending practices.
Economic news in 2008 and rumors of the Columbia Mall closing don't bode well for 2009. But Boone County governments could resolve to cooperate and create a more industrial-friendly environment.
Westlake wrote more than 90 books. Aside from his own name, he also used several pseudonyms — including Richard Stark, Tucker Coe, Samuel Holt and Edwin West — in part because people didn't believe he could write so much so quickly.
The unabashed liberal represented Rhode Island for 36 years and was the force behind the grant program that has aided tens of millions of Americans go to college.
Tanya Fredman moved 8,000 miles away from her St. Louis family to spend a year volunteering in Rwanda and the Middle East.
Dairy Farmers of America is accused of buying large amounts of cheese to manipulate dairy prices.
More than 200 people gathered Thursday morning at the Activity and Recreation Center to jump start their New Year’s resolutions of staying fit and healthy.
Michelle Pruitt was involved in the successful campaign to revise the math curriculum in the Columbia Public School District.
One vehicle struck another shortly after midnight. At least one car caught fire.
The Alaska governor said that contrary to press reports, Levi Johnston is enrolled iin a correspondence program.
With Missouri men recording low sperm counts, one Missouri legislator is proposing a bill that would require health insurance companies to pay for infertility treatments.
Columbia drummer Keith Lottes thought rheumatoid arthiritis would keep him from ever playing again. Ten years after the diagnosis, he's keeping the rhythm for two local bands.