Columbia has joined the nationwide buying frenzy of ammunition and firearms, stemming from a fear of stringent gun-control under a Democratic-controlled Congress.
The No. 5 Missouri wrestling team bounced back from a disappointing loss Friday by beating No. 2 Iowa State on Sunday afternoon at Hearnes Center.
Some council members expressed concern after Mayor Darwin Hindman expressed interest in a proposed nuclear power plant without consulting the council.
A large divide between the main political parties leaves little optimism for progress in the peace process.
The highlight of the day's competition for MU was sophomore Lauren Lavigna's second-place finish in the women's 200-meter backstroke.
Promotores de Salud (Promoters of Health) will attempt to build a bridge to health programs for the Hispanic community in mid-Missouri.
Some of the best swimmers at this weekend's Missouri Grand Prix say life changes during the years they aren't preparing for an Olympic competition.
But first, City Manager Bill Watkins wants City Council to OK changes in the retirement package.
After receiving backlash against proposal to slice funding for UM, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon reverses on positions.
Missouri swimmer Lauren Lavigna finished second in the women's 200-meter backstroke during Day 3 of the 2009 Missouri Grand Prix. Mary Descenza won the race as well as the women's 200-meter butterfly for her fourth and fifth gold medals of the event.
Columbia chef Mike Odette was named a semifinalist for a James Beard Award in the Best Chef: Midwest category. He said winning "would change (his) life."
Midway Travel Plaza embodies the spirit of the sublime American travel experience and the Back Door Lounge promises honky-tonk nights just west of town.
The man robbed the Midwest Petroleum station at 1102 Business Loop 70 E. on Sunday evening, according to a Columbia police news release.
Sixth Ward Councilwoman Barbara Hoppe was surrounded by supporters and art on Sunday night, where she spoke about new goals and her re-electon bid for Columbia City Council. Rod Robison is running against Hoppe in the April election.
The Missouri softball team won its season opening tournament, going 3-0 this weekend at Georgia State's First Pitch Classic.
Artist Grant Blackwell and Isaiah Berry, a fifth grader at West Boulevard Elementary School, worked together to create a work of art depicting the movement of Africans to places worldwide. The piece was unveiled at a banquet at MU's Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Sunday afternoon.
Derick Hurt lost his right leg during the Iraq War five years ago. He has decided to have his left leg amputated and to win back the girl he loves.
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art has hired a frame maker to recreate an ornate gold frame for Emanuel Leutze's "Washington Crossing the Delaware" painting. The frame has been in the works since 2007 and will replace the existing frame after second-floor remodeling at the Met.
A petition campaign calling on Barack Obama to appoint a secretary of arts has collected more than 233,600 online signatures.
The pilot of the commuter plane that crashed into a home near Buffalo on Thursday may have violated federal safety recommendations. In icy weather, pilots are suggested to take the plane off of autopilot. Investigations will continue.