Sheriff's Department crackdown leads to 97 tickets

Between Feb. 21 and 28, 11 drivers who were suspected to be under the influence were removed from Boone County roadways, according to a release by the Boone County Sheriff’s Department.  The department also issued 97 tickets during a speed enforcement program.

MU student to present Boy Scouts national report in Washington

MU sophomore Jack O'Neill will travel to Washington, D.C., to present the Boy Scouts of America's Report to the Nation.

Brother of suspected gang leader pleaded not guilty

Koda Alshawn Coats, 22, of Columbia pleaded not guilty to gun and drug charges in connection with suspected gang activity.

MU Division of IT to host technology expo

The Technology for Tight Budgets Expo will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 4 and March 5 in the Bond Life Sciences Center.

Local councilman earns award for leadership achievement

The National League of Cities honored Third Ward Councilman Karl Skala for his participation in municipal leadership training. Skala has taken many courses involving leadership and government.

PHOTO GALLERY: True/False winding down

True/False moviegoers and organizers said goodbye to the festival, which ran from Thursday until Sunday night.

State economic outlook not so good

Missouri's overall index has indicated a shrinking economy for the fifth month in a row, according to economic researchers.

Winter weather delays Missouri travel

Several flights from nearby airports have been cancelled because of a snow storm in the east.

Stephens falls in AMC women's basketball tournament

Missouri trout season gets cold start

There was a smaller turnout for the opening of trout season than expected at Roaring Rive State Park Sunday, but those who did brave the cold temperatures were rewarded with an abundance of fish and fun.