The new station, which initially caused concern from neighbors, is eco-friendly and will be surrounded by a "green space" for the neighborhood.
Despite a 20-4 record, a tradition of disappointment has many Tigers fans skeptical as the men's basketball team enters tonight's game against Kansas.
MU is looking to jump in the standings in RecycleMania, a national collegiate recycling competition that takes place from now until March 28.
Hardly any violence accompanied Iraq's elections last month. What does this convey about the country's future?
In order to foster appreciation in the arts, Columbia schools are using museums as another means of education. Bringing art to children has become a priority for art teachers.
The weather, playing on a team and even going to class are all adjustments for Danielle Day, a freshman on the Missouri tennis team from Tampa, Fla.
Coyote Hill is a professional home for abused and neglected children established 17 years ago by Larry McDaniel and his wife, who had a lifelong desire to help children. One way McDaniel and the other professionals at Coyote Hill work at relationship building is through a technique known as horse therapy where children learn to work and handle horses on their own with the guidance of a therapy professional.
Missouri lawmakers debate the value of tax credits for businesses. A plan sailed through the House with 85 percent approval and next needs to pass through the Senate.
Former Missouri wrestler Ben Askren was confident he could fight as well as he could wrestle. He was right. Saturday in Columbia, he quickly defeated his first opponent in a mixed martial arts match.
Police say the mother told them she believes she suffocated her 7-year-old son when she sat on his chest.
Because of fears of salmonella contamination, Nassau Candy is recalling the following list of 26 peanut bulk products.
After nearly 600 people in 43 states became sick from a salmonella outbreak linked to peanut products processed in a Georgia plant, food banks were forced to toss donated food that could be contaminated. One food bank in Ohio discarded 3,500 pounds of food.
A proposed bill would create a tax on cell phones and could consolidate call centers around the state.
The Jan. 26-27 ice storm destroyed entire systems of electricity across southern Missouri. Almost 17,000 people are still without electricity, and it could be weeks before it is restored.
Student enrollment at community colleges is increasing as students search for more bang for their buck. The increased tuition doesn't cover costs and state funding is decreasing.
Blossom Dearie had a distinctive soprano voice, performed in clubs on both sides of the Atlantic and cut some highly regarded albums. Younger generations might recognize her voice from "Schoolhouse Rock!"