The team will need to win the Midwest regional tournament in Indianapolis in order to make it to the World Series.
Cruz Buchanan, 16, shot a 73 at the first round of the city golf championship. He is five strokes off the lead and the youngest golfer in the tournament.
There is a lot of speculation regarding online journalism's pay-for-content movement. Soon enough, however, we'll have some answers.
Missouri's "veterans" look out for the younger players. Setting new examples for young players to follow is critical to developing the Missouri football program, according to the team.
With just more than two weeks until the first day of classes, Columbia Public Schools is developing a plan to manage possible outbreaks of swine flu.
A calmer summer in Iraq and the possiblity of early U.S. troop withdrawals brings questions about the future of Iraq.
Extreme heat and humidity are expected over the weekend in Columbia, with heat indexes as high as 104. The National Weather Service said similar levels of heat have not occured since June, so there's potential for heat-related illnesses.
Missouri's annual sales tax holiday will be in effect Friday through Sunday, allowing shoppers to purchase back-to-school supplies minus state and sometimes even local sales tax. Columbia and Boone County will still charge for local sales tax.
A lot of conservatives are threatening that the Obama health care plan is one step away from socialism and draconian government oversight. But if the system in place hinders even those who are already insured, then maybe any other system deserves a shot.
Students can expect new technologies available to improve learning and prepare them for life outside a college campus.
New Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has background and experiences that few justices can relate to, something that will undoubtedly affect the influence of her decisions.
Junior Munir Prince is eligible again after sitting out a year because of his transfer from Notre Dame.
Experts attribute the increase in drinking and drunken driving among women to feelings of greater pressures at work and home. Men are still responsible for more drunken-driving accidents, but the gap is narrowing.
Cooler temperatures and heavier rainfall have reduced energy consumption and, in turn, city utility revenues.
The city began the application process Friday for a task force that will help the Planning and Zoning Commission create a plan for future city development. The City Council will interview candidates over the next few months.
The Missouri River 340 race came to an end Thursday as boaters came ashore in St. Charles.
The roads will close for underground utility work and routine maintenance.
Members of Columbia SWAT and Columbia Police identified and arrested three individuals at a Sexton Road residence Thursday evening.
Several airline carriers have dropped service in Columbia since 2006, and the most recent numbers show that the number of "deplanements" and "enplanements" are more than half of what they were in 2000. Still, with the arrival of Mesaba in August of 2008, Columbia is slowly seeing an upward trend in activity from the most recent years.
Cathy Gieseker faces 12 state felony charges for a $50 million grain fraud scheme. Farmers will get a chance during a hearing on Friday to recover at least a portion of their losses from the Ponzi scheme.