A man was arrested as a result of an ongoing investigation after police witnessed him make a drug transaction, a Columbia Police Department news release said.
MU placekicker and former diver Jeff Wolfert will be returning to dive for the Tigers at the 2009 Big 12 Conference meet.
Calls for bipartisanship can be heard from both parties, but President Obama should remember why America chose him and stay true to the policies he promised.
Jason Thornhill, 38, co-owner and broker-salesman at Weichert, Realtors — First Tier has joined the race to fill the City Council seat in the Second Ward vacated by 18-year incumbent Chris Janku.
Mary Burke's performances in the Black and Gold gymnastics meet and in practice earned her a spot as an all-arounder, a rare position for a freshman.
Columbia Public School principals have been meeting with their staffs to help decide on additional cutbacks to address a $4.4 million shortfall.
Mr. Obama did not lead us into false hope and dreams that nothing is wrong but stated clearly and precisely what was broken and that we, all of us, were responsible for the repair to our national body.
“Politically Speaking,” the latest exhibition of the Columbia Art League, includes 62 pieces of art that focus on a variety of political topics, such as the economic recession, abortion, dictatorship and the effects of war on children.
The budget shortfall would have been even more severe had the state not been able to cover part of the gap with money that had been set aside by lawmakers and former Republican Gov. Matt Blunt.
David Bond, 29, slid his Kawasaki motorcycle sideways into a car Tuesday afternoon. He has not been released from the hospital as of 6 p.m. Thursday.
Attendence at Missouri men's basketball home games isn't what it could be, but this season's numbers are slowly improving season.
Christine Flores, a freshman on the Missouri women's basketball team, says she is ready to contribute.
If the bill passes, it would revoke a state law that prevents electricity companies from charging for services not yet being provided. The bill would help AmerenUE build a second power plant in Callaway County.
UM System President Gary Forsee acknowledged that Missouri's universities must be more "efficient" in light of the state's multi-million dollar budget shortfall. He and Missouri State University President Michael Nietzel presented information supporting the financial value of higher education to the future of the state. Governor Jay Nixon will release his budget proposal Tuesday.
President Barack Obama ordered to close the Guantanamo prison, but there are still many unanswered questions, including what to do with captives who are certifiably too dangerous to release.
The new park, planned for Columbia's west side, will help the city fulfill its Greenbelt and Master Trail plans.
The Bruins ran their record to 16-0 with a 71-33 blowout of Westport in Kansas City.
Lung transplant surgeons at Washington University performed the 1,000th adult lung transplant at Barnes-Jewish Hospital on Wednesday, then did another one just a few hours later.
At about 10:15 a.m. Thursday, two men nearly struck a woman walking her dog after they drove a car through the Again Street Park.
The Springfield unit of the National Socialist Movement has adopted a half-mile section of U.S. 160 near the city limits as part of the state's litter prevention program. The group's membership was noted when it recently picked up litter.