The Salvation Army-sponsored sale will offer a wide array of treasures, with proceeds benefitting the United Way.
Columbia police have determined the report of a robbery at the Red Roof Inn Wednesday did not qualify as a robbery. Both suspects were released.
City officials are split on whether GetAbout Columbia is spending enough of the federal grant money on infrastructure.
Less than a year after she left Columbia Public Schools, former superintendent Phyllis Chase has come out of retirement to help lead a district in the Kansas City area.
U.S. Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor's track record on issues such as separation of church, and the effect it may have on the court, is causing discussion among many.
A Jefferson City man was arrested Thursday morning in connection with a FedEx package that held 20 pounds of weed.
Proceeds from the CD, which sets out to offer listeners hope and consolation, will be used to help fund the reparation of the church’s stained glass windows.
Maintaining a healthy weight before conception and during pregnancy is important in preventing health problems for newborns, Institute of Medicine guidelines shows.
Researchers at St. Louis University are figuring out whether a tuberculosis vaccine can be made more effective by giving it to patients in different ways.
The "Blind" Boone and Early Ragtime Festival is expected to bring performers and ragtime-lovers from around the world to MU's Jesse Hall starting Sunday. The three-day event is an effort to chronicle the evolution of ragtime music from spirituals to stride, boogie and blues.
The National Institues of Health "Human Microbiome Project" has discovered that thousands of micro-organisms live on human skin. The bacteria and other organisms help maintain a person's health and prevent infection.
A social ecologist spoke on the potentially negative consequences of never getting outside, while Gov. Jay Nixon discussed the importance of nature in Missourians' lives.
The Planning and Zoning Commission began the long process of creating a comprehensive planning document for the city that would take into account everything from road projects to hospital space.
Last month, the sale and planting of the genetically engineered corn was banned after Agriculture Minister Isle Aigner cited a study that the corn poses an environmental danger.
The Kewpies' Wesley Leftwich qualified to compete in four events at the state track and field competition beginning Friday at Lincoln University in Jefferson City
The Bruins' Lauren Flaker is on track to do well in the girls 100-meter dash.
Detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi needs medical attention in the Myanmar prison where she is being held, her party said Friday, while closing arguments in her trial were delayed until the end of next week. Her defense team admitted that John W. Yettaw, a Missouri man, swam to her home but argued it was the goverment guards' duty to prevent intruders.
More than 100 northwest Missouri farmers who lost money to a Gallatin grain elevator will receive about 12 cents on the dollar under a state Department of Agriculture proposal.
A master plan for Old Town Cape has been approved by a board of directors, but still needs approval from several other organizations. The plan targets three sections of the city for potential redevelopment.
Gov. Jay Nixon intends to give tractor parades the go-ahead by signing a new bill.