The Columbia College men's basketball team lost 77-61 to Rocky Mountain College on Tuesday night in the championship game of the NAIA national tournament at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City.
All four candidates for two City Council seats are in favor of listening to the views of neighborhood associations, but how much influence should an association have on the City Council?
Common sense should dictate decisions more often.
The pastor of New Life Community Church says the film shows a realistic view of marriage, not the Hollywood fairy-tale ending most people see. The church will show a free screening at 9 a.m. Sunday.
Passionate about math, Marc Bledsoe thinks teachers should have the freedom to teach in ways that work best for students.
Fans of all ages crowded into the Clinton Room at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday to wish the Missouri men's basketball team good luck on the journey to Arizona for the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16.
Board candidate Sam Phillips wants to see more interaction and conversation between the Columbia School Board and the district's teachers.
The hospitals have agreed to tax themselves $52.5 million and use that money as the match to draw more than $90 million of federal funds to Missouri.
Declining numbers of people who claim a religion can likely be attributed to a number of factors. Fewer children seem to be attending Sunday school nowadays, and not many grow up in the family’s church of choice.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri baseball team gave up four runs in the final two innings against Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night at Taylor Stadium and dropped the opener of a two-game series with the Flames 6-4.
Most states -- including Missouri -- are doing a poor job responding to teen dating violence, lacking the laws needed to help young victims obtain protection orders, according to a report by an advocacy group.
Three Missouri softball players hit home runs accounting for five Tigers runs in a 9-1 victory Tuesday against host Houston.
The group aims to help states and cities recover from the 2008 flood.
Lawmakers are considering legislation that would cap damages at $300,000 per claim for most lawsuits related to the underground storage of carbon dioxide.
As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, about .95 of an inch of rain had fallen in Columbia.
Kathy Johnson's lawsuit against Warren Funeral Chapel has been certified as a class-action lawsuit, which means any funeral home client from the past five years might be invited to join the case.
Two unrelated fires broke out in Columbia on Monday. There were no injuries or structural damages reported.
The 24-question survey seeks to gauge the perspectives, needs and interests of Boone County residents regarding healthy food choices and physical activity.
One reason critics are mad is that the $250,000 that Sen. Kit Bond helped secure for a factory farm in Missouri went through the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Cougars defeated the Pioneers 60-56 on Monday night