The Columbia City Council approved the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ operating agreement on Tuesday that includes a $15,000 contribution to pay for the barbecue contest.
Sub-standard facilities have made practice and recruitment for Missouri's gymnastics team difficult.
The absence of courtesy during Obama's speech made it evident that the Democrats will not have any Republican support for health care reform.
George Kennedy's column on Paul Albert did not present all the facts. The Albert family asks that he present the documents he was given to supply all sides of the story.
MU researcher Jason Hubbart is studying the ways Columbia's urban sprawl is affecting the Hinkson Watershed and what can be done to protect its future. His goal is to get the creek removed from the impaired stream list.
Just hours before the fourth stage began, Team Columbia-HTC announced the withdrawal of former leader Mark Cavendish from the competition.
After coming back to win the second game, the Kewpies couldn't hold on and lost to visiting Jefferson City.
The message of President Barack Obama's Tuesday address to American school children was straightforward; the controversy surrounding it was not. Was the president's call for hard work and goal-setting crushed under an avalanche of politicized commentary, or did the speech's target audience, students, come away with the right idea?
We fight terrorism by properly funding K-12 and post-secondary public education, by providing affordable health care to all, by developing renewable energy rather than new oil fields, by providing jobs to all who are able and willing to work and by protecting those who cannot care for themselves.
Former Missouri Sen. Chuck Graham is fighting in favor of home care unions. Integrity Home Care filed a lawsuit to stop the unionization of home-care workers.
The Columbia City Council is experimenting with putting Wi-Fi on some city buses in order to determine whether putting Wi-Fi on all of the city buses is worthwhile. The number of times Wi-Fi is used on buses will be kept track of and presented to the council in six months.
The number of Missouri residents without health insurance rose in 2008, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures.
Excessive speed and wet conditions may have contributed to the crash, according to Hollister police.
Leonard Rhomberg began working at Missouri's first McDonalds the year after it opened.
The widow of a young soldier who died during basic training at Fort Leonard Wood in April is dead after a car crash. She is survived by their son.
The inn, on the TransAmerica Trail bicycle route, has 14 bunk beds in three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and laundry room.
The patrol reported 23 drownings so far this year, compared with 42 at the same point in each of the past two years.
Nicholas T. Proffit, 32, was sentenced on two counts of property damage under Missouri's hate crimes law.
Monsanto plans to cut staff by 8 percent, double than what it said it would cut in June.