The MU Student Recreation Center was chosen by Sports Illustrated as the No. 1 campus recreation facility in America.
Summer Welcome staff provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from incoming freshman.
Columbia is on the cusp of joining a national trend of allowing urban residents to raise chickens. The Board of Health is nearing a final draft of a new ordinance that would allow city dwellers to own a limited number of fowl.
The work study program at MU has more money to give out this year because of stimulus funds and more awards have been offered. But Financial Aid Director Jim Brooks said he thinks a greater proportion of students will accept them this fall.
The gallery, which displays art, crafts and antiques, will start workshops Monday on jewelry, bookmaking, collages and mixed media.
The College of Veterinary Medicine's care for a golden retriever prompted the dog's owners, David and Gloria Lowell, to pledge $1 million for scholarships for veterinary students.
A new overpass, which aims to lessen traffic problems, will allow COLT trains to cross above U.S. 63. Sen. Kit Bond will be the featured speaker at Friday's groundbreaking ceremony.
The Missouri Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors settled a case regarding the Warren Funeral Chapel on Wednesday. Owners Harold Warren Sr. and Harold Warren Jr. had their funeral directors' and embalmers' licenses revoked.
Winning six games this season would give Kansas State quarterback Carson Coffman the same number of victories his father, tight end Paul Coffman, had in three years with the Wildcats in the 1970s.
Tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. Central Daylight Time on Saturday at ticketmaster.com, by phone at 314-241-1888 or 800-745-3000 or at Ticketmaster outlets.
With the opening of MU's Wine School, more people across the state and nation are trying their hand at viticulture and winemaking.
Starting Aug. 27, experts on physics, biology and sustainability will make presentations on Thursday evenings regarding the politics and science of climate change.
Davenport, Iowa company Lee Enterprises Inc. posted losses of $24.5 million in this year's fiscal third quarter. The recession, combined with increased competition from the internet, cut ad sales by 24 percent.
Widely expected to be convicted of violating the terms of her house arrest, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been gathering medicine and books to take to prison.
Judge John Parish has been a judge for almost 36 years and has been on the Southern District for the Missouri Court of Appeals since 1990.
Tom Burcham, a Farmington attorney, has sued a number of other Missouri towns, citing state law that limits cities to one, 1-cent sales tax for general purposes.
The grants came from city, county, state, federal and international agencies, businesses and non-profits and were directed at a broad range of projects.
The ferry connecting southeast Missouri and western Kentucky will use the money to buy more powerful engines and a larger barge.
The health officials suggest that parents talk with their family doctors about appropriate medication and with school staff about triggers.
No. 2 overall selection Jason Smith remained unsigned by the St. Louis Rams as of Thursday morning.