Tiger senior averaged a double-double in three games.
Helping my father in the garden became a practical life lesson for me as a young Christian man.
President Barack Obama fulfilled his campaign promise to his two daughters and gave the girls a 6-month-old Portuguese water dog, which they named Bo.
Missouri's Republican-led legislature failed to fund a council created to help in-home care providers.
City staff will discuss the possibility of moving the East Campus trash collection day from Wednesday to Monday to combat the problem of residents putting trash out too early.
The board, as it adds two members, is set to face more challenges Monday night.
A Taco Bell employee was held at gun point Sunday morning. The suspect, driving a four-door vehicle, drove away southbound on Rangeline Street.
The Columbia Police Department is investigating shots fired around 11:10 p.m. Saturday night. A house was struck by a bullet but no one was injured. No other details are available.
A disturbance interrupted the Easter Party in Douglass Park. No one was arrested, no one was reported hurt and the party resumed.
Melissa Huckaby was arrested Saturday in connection with the death of Sandra Cantu after Huckaby had several inconsistencies in her story. Cantu was the best friend of Huckaby's daughter.
Charlie Bowman, who helped Orville Redenbacher start two of the best-known popcorn businesses in the U.S., has died.
The church celebrated its "launch" Feb. 8. It is the first church planted in the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri in more than 20 years. The Rev. Heather McCain, church planter and pastor, hopes the Easter service brings its congregants and newcomers together in the spirit of joy for Christ's resurrection.
Pastor Heather McCain wants the new congregation to focus on hospitality, spirituality, discipleship, environmental sustainability, compassion, justice and creativity.
Members of Community About Raising Excellence say they want to represent the struggles and accomplishments of groups that are often stereotyped.
The Columbia Friends of China reflected on the past year's events with a luncheon and performances.
Police say a parolee killed two motorcycle patrolmen and then killed two SWAT team members later that day. Experts say this could serve as a landmark law enforcement case.
The event, free to the public, featured several activities for children including face painting, sidewalk chalk art and an Easter egg hunt.
Judith Krug died Saturday. She was a director of the Chicago-based American Library Association and founded its Banned Books Week, which has been observed on the last week of September since 1982.
Founder of the soul group the Delfonics, Randy Cain died Thursday, April 9, 2009 at his home in New Jersey.
The Missouri State Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission is seeking to develop a two-hour hard hat tour by May that would show the inside of the Missouri State Penitentiary.