Membership in the League of Women Voters had no bearing on the decision to file the petition.
Kindermusik offers classes for infants to improve their language, motor and emotional skills through interacting with music.
College athletics have been plagued by scandal and misconduct, but returning to a focus on integrity and freshman academics could bring order back to the field.
Marching band for eighth- and ninth-graders dominated the discussion Monday evening at the Columbia School Board meeting.
The city plans to replace two deteriorating bridges along the MKT Trail, largely using money from a park sales tax designed to fund such projects. Do you think the city is handling this issue well?
A school bus ran into the back of a black PT Cruiser at the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and U.S. 63 late Tuesday afternoon, police said.
The Columbia College women's volleyball team beat Hannibal LaGrange in three games Tuesday night to improve to 20-1.
Tasha Dittamore, the goalkeeper for the Missouri women's soccer team, was named Big 12 Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the second time this season.
Freshman Yudai Yamaguchi scored two goals Tuesday in the Columbia College men's soccer team's 4-0 victory over Harris-Stowe.
Buck's Ice Cream Place celebrates its 20th anniversary on Thursday with samples for the public. The MU ice cream shop is locally famous for its Tiger Stripe flavor.
Police have characterized the Oct. 8 shooting death of Nicole Crumby at the Red Roof Inn as a marijuana deal gone wrong.
Columbia Public Schools had 116 students transfer this year under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. As people invested in the schools wonder to what extent the No Child act measures success, they are also trying to get their arms around the growing number of student sanctions.
People's first tattoos, formerly reserved for young people and certain segments of the population seeking to proclaim their independence, are increasingly commonplace among older people of all stripes who wish to immortalize personal victories and loved ones.
The winner's artwork will be featured on county stormwater educational materials.
The U.S. Attorney's office said Josh Randall McCallum sent a threatening letter to President Barack Obama in August.
More than 1,100 battles were fought in the border state, trailing only Virginia and Tennessee. History buffs hope the upcoming 150th anniversary in 2011 will stire renewed interest in Missouri's battlefields.
Prosecutors charged Francisco Espinoza, 22, with involuntary manslaughter, after the vehicle he was driving went airborne and caught fire killing a 46-year-old passenger.
Gov. Jay Nixon appointed Cynthia Martin to fill a vacancy in the court's Western District.
The battleship is scheduled to be reopened in January. It was the ship on which Japanese leaders signed surrender papers on Sept. 2, 1945.
The Justice Department accused the company of colluding with district officials to get federal contracts.