J. T. Tiller has missed just two of the Missouri women’s volleyball team’s nine home games so far this season, becoming one of the Tigers' most loyal fans.
Rock Bridge won the Class 2, District 5 Girls Tennis Tournament on Saturday at Camdenton.
Workers were painting and plastering at The UPS Store at 2101 W. Broadway when an industrial trash Dumpster they were using outside the building caught on fire, according to Fire Captain Michael Cox. No structural damage was reported.
Defender Nikola Velickovic scored in overtime to give the Columbia College men’s soccer team a 2-1 victory Saturday against visiting No. 11 Park University.
Christy Sontag's seven kills led the Cougars.
A semitrailer carrying PVC piping rolled onto its side after the pipes shifted during a turn onto U.S. 63, requiring temporary closure of the southbound on ramp off Paris Road.
For Mark Koch, a victim's advocate in Fulton, art provides a creative outlet that helps him process his work and explore his passion for antiques.
Columbia police said a drug deal gone wrong is the likely cause of Nicole Sue Crumby's death. An 18-year-old has been charged with second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and armed criminal action.
While Columbia city offices and schools will remain open, many state offices will be closed Monday.
Cool weather and damp fields didn't deter fans from cheering on their teams during football games at Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools on Friday night.
A new petition is circulating that aims to put an initiative to allow early voting on the November 2010 ballot. If the initiative passes, voters would be allowed to vote before Election Day.