With the growing amount of reported swine flu cases and deaths in the U.S. and Mexico, should we be worrying about it in mid-Missouri?
$8.4 million has been collected by transportation districts through added sales tax over the past three years. But all the money doesn't go to road projects.
Smith-Cotton ace Bryce Johnson stifled Hickman’s hitters, allowing just one run and four hits to help Smith-Cotton to a 3-1 win on Wednesday at Hickman.
State officials have identified one probable case of swine flu in Platte County north of Kansas City. Gov. Jay Nixon announced the first possible case of the flu strand in Missouri at a news conference Wednesday evening.
Obama marked his 100th day in office Wednesday with a town hall meeting at Fox Senior High School south of St. Louis.
The Missouri House passed an amendment Wednesday to bring back funding for the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center after those funds were cut out of a bill earlier in the week.
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and Washington University are getting two of 46 grants awarded nationwide to establish Energy Frontier Research Centers.
With a humane society makeover in the works, a record number of volunteers for a Cleanup Columbia event and a successful NFL draft for Mizzou, it's a good time to be living in Columbia.
Workers have been rebuilding the foundation to the Tom and Huck statue at the foot of Cardiff Hill in Hannibal, Mark Twain's hometown.
Columbia's Tax Increment Financing Commission had its first public critique of two applications asking for the tax breaks to fund downtown projects. One — a multi-use development — had mixed reviews, while the one that would continue renovation of The Tiger Hotel was met with overall support.
The Rock Bridge boys tennis team improved to 15-0 with a 9-0 win against Marquette on Wednesday at Bethel Park.
Chris Koster says that the online ad service still hosts an "erotic services" section months after promising to crack down on illegal sex trade.
The Missouri men's golf team placed ninth at the Big 12 Conference Championships on Wednesday at Prairie Dunes Golf and Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
A joint meeting of the Columbia City Council, Boone County Commission and Columbia School Board included a discussion of introducing a daytime and evening curfew to keep children in school and reduce juvenile crime rate.
On Tuesday, 3M cut its contract with the Central Missouri Subcontracting Enterprises, a sheltered workshop. That contract made up 70 percent of the shop's work, and the cut will result in layoffs.
A $700 million higher education bond issue cleared a Senate committee Wednesday with a $100 million boost.
Witnesses said two unattended pit bulls were aggressively chasing people in the parking lot of Grindstone Plaza, causing at least one person to seek medical attention. The dogs' owner was arrested Wednesday night.
Swine flu has reached epidemic proportions in Mexico and has spread globally. Visit these links to learn about the virus and what is being done to control it.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Wednesday the first reported case of swine flu in Missouri.