Columbia Public Schools superintendent candidate Skip Deming fielded questions at a community forum Tuesday night.
Rock Bridge loses on a last-second shot.
The Tigers used their late-game resilience to overcome a 14-point halftime deficit and beat the Kansas Jayhawks.
Stars like Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens and, most recently, Michael Phelps who are caught in compromising situations are responsible for their actions despite their fervent apologies and crocodile tears.
With new advances in the field of stem cell research, the population must learn what they can about the process and accept its potential benefits. This may, however, mean rejecting the idea of natural order.
A new website, stimuluswatch.org, allows citizens to comment on how they think the economic stimulus package should be used by their local government.
The Providence Road connection from Vandiver Drive to Blue Ridge Road will cost $4.2 million and alleviate traffic on many north-south roads in Columbia.
Public life editor Scott Swafford talks to KBIA’s Sean Powers about the Neighborhood News Project.
Former Missouri wrestler Ben Askren said he is ready to work hard in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He does not want people to judge him for trying a new sport.
AmerenUE's CEO said the company will walk away from the Callaway 2 plant if the state does not ease restrictions on its utility rates.
Rapper Lil Wayne appeared on ESPN's "Around the Horn" on Tuesday and discussed whether Missouri fans should have stormed the court after the No. 19 Tigers beat No. 16 Kansas on Monday.
Although Columbia's champion show dog Vegas was a few paws behind winning Best of Breed at the Westminster Dog Show on Tuesday, he did win Best of Opposite Sex. Owner Liz Hansen is proud of Vegas' performance and hopes they'll be back next year.
The Missouri Senate approved Linda Martinez on Tuesday as director of the Economic Development Department despite criticism of her stance on illegal immigration.
The Kewpies loss at home drops their record to 11-12.
Rep. Jeanette Oxford, a lesbian, has served four years on the Special Standing Committee on Children and Families and had expected to be reappointed, but the House speaker chose someone else. Oxford wants to know why.
Fourteen-year-old wrestler David Wilson forfeited a Jefferson City tournament to participate in "30 Hour Fast," a fundraiser for World Vision.
Hickman High School and Jefferson Junior High School were locked down Tuesday afternoon in response to notification from local authorities. The gunmen was apprehended shortly after the schools were notified was identified as not being a student.
Two bills came before the Senate General Laws Committee that would increase penalties for attending multiple dog fights and would require a disposition hearing within 30 days.
Former Sen. Jim Talent, a Republican, said party unity and his work are key to his decision not to run for the Missouri state Senate in 2010.