Even though research shows that healthy children learn more effectively, some Missouri schools are decreasing the amount of time students spend in PE class.
Tex Little started as the voice of Tigers baseball in 1987 and has put in 19 years behind the microphone.
Is President Obama's decision to continue the war in Afghanistan a wise choice?
According to Dan Stokes of Columbia Water and Light, there were four damaged power circuits, which left four Columbia areas — including parts of downtown — without power.
Columbia Tomorrow, a site about development in Columbia, was developed to keep residents in the know about decisions that affect the way we live in mid-Missouri.
Hickman senior Alex Turner is one of Hickman's best tennis players. However, his coach said he is unlike anyone you will ever meet.
On Thursday night, the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted to approve proposed revisions to the Columbia City Code pertaining to balconies that encroach into public right-of-ways. These revisions would only apply to the downtown zoning district and will now go to the City Council for approval.
Nancy Rue's "Beauty of Believing" tour will kick off Mother's Day weekend with a visit to Columbia on Saturday. Rue has written a Christian novel series called Faithgirlz, which considers issues "tween" girls often confront as they grow up, including body image and friendships.
Outfielder Greg Folgia hit a three-run inside-the-park to give the Tigers a four run lead in the fifth inning helping the Tigers beat the Jayhawks 8-5. Folgia also hit a solo home run in the first inning.
The Kewpies shuffled the lineup in order to give some athletes a break heading into the district meet.
MU's Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center presented its Black Heritage Festival on Friday, complete with music and entertainment.
A new program for Head Start parents aims to cut down on emergency room visits by educating them about when to take their children to the emergency room and when health problems can be treated at home.
The storms Friday morning didn't stop many from attending one of the 12 breakfast stations that GetAbout Columbia and PedNet Coalition set up around the city.
Tigers' junior Julia Potter shot a 5-over 75 on Friday to put her at 7-over at the NCAA East Regional tournament.
The Stay Strong Stay Healthy program focuses on balance, flexibility and strength for people who are not typically physically active.
Steve Henry wrote a book that gives hikers information about trails surrounding metropolitan areas.
MU's Legion of Black Collegians Gospel Choir will perform Friday night at the Mizzou Baptist Student Union.
More than 650 students will graduate from Stephens College and Columbia College on Saturday, many of them with honors.
It will cost the county an estimated $33,000 to repair the sections of the MKT Trail and several other Boone County roads that flooded after last week's storms.
On Monday, the Missoula Children's Theatre came to Columbia to hold auditions for young performers. They're scheduled to put on a full-scale theatrical Saturday.