Former Missouri wide receiver was a no-show on the first day of training camp.
Although the Boone County Fire Protection District has been at the heart of several recent controversies, there are signs that its future will be one of greater transparency.
Dee Sanders won his third senior championship in four years in record-breaking fashion.
Cardinals GM said pushing Holliday at this point doesn't make sense.
My question would be why are the chemical corporations protected and subsidized, while the small farmers are harassed and sent to court or trying to save that seeds that are not genetically mutated? And more.
Rumors hair salon in Columbia opened five years ago and aims to treat customers like family.
"Food, Inc." looks at various issues, including the nation's food supply, the livelihood of U.S. farmers, worker safety and the environment.
In a career that spanned more than 60 years and some 150 works, Merce Cunningham wiped out storytelling in dance and such unwritten rules as having dancers usually face the audience. Karen Grundy, artistic and executive director for the Missouri Contemporary Ballet in Columbia, said Cunningham created his own style of dance.
Donald Myers, a professor of engineering management, was participating in the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa when the accident occured.
The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force will receive about $200,000 from federal stimulus funds.
State voters did away with a $500 loss limit last year, meaning casinos no longer require identification from patrons to track how much money they're spending. Gambling counselors say if ID isn't being checked, it's easier for those who have banned themselves from casinos to get through if they change their minds and decide to gamble.
A Kansas man is appealing his conviction of three murders, saying he did not receive a fair trail. John E. Robinson Sr. was sentenced to death for the deaths of Suzette Trouten, 27, of Newport, Mich., and Izabela Lewicka, 21, of West Lafayette, Ind. He also received a life sentence for the death of Lisa Stasi, whose body was never found. Robinson also pleaded guilty in Missouri to killing five women and received life sentences.
Drivers battled in mud Sunday night during the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby.
Saturday marked the 10-year celebration of Missouri's Nigerian cultural organization. Nigerians from across the state met in Columbia for food, live music, dance and speakers.
Gov. Jay Nixon recently appointed Joseph Bindbeutel and John Temporiti to state jobs, but the appointments might be disputed by the state Senate when it reconvenes next year.
The Innocent Crowd won first place in the band talent show during the last day of the Boone County Fair on Sunday, receiving $700 for their efforts. The Bubbas won second place and received $300.
The Columbia Housing Authority applied to receive government grants to renovate 21 apartments at Oak Towers and make improvements to lower energy usage at Paquin Tower.
Gov. Jay Nixon's tours of two Missouri task force units included the announcement of cyber crime grants to police agencies across the state.
Missouri's director of the Insurance Department is surveying the 20 largest homeowner insurers in Missouri to find out
what earthquake coverage they offer, along with rates and deductibles.
Jury selection began Monday for a new trial on the $20 million awarded from a tobacco company. In 2005, a Jackson County jury awarded $20 million in punitive damages from Brown & Williamson to Lincoln Smith of Independence for the 2000 death of his wife, Barbara.