For the first time all season, the Missouri women's volleyball team finally clicked. The Tigers swept Oklahoma to keep their tournament dreams alive.
Capt. Michael Smith of the Jefferson City Police Department said Tuesday's events were a "very unique situation." Police said they could not confirm that the employee who first reported the hostage situation had any evidence to support her claim.
Five related men have been arrested in connection with a child abuse case with allegations dating from 1988 to 1995. Police are searching for clues on property that was once owned by two of the men.
Former neighbors of Jared Leroy Mohler were surprised to find out he was arrested in connection with a sex abuse case.
The jars are believed to contain messages from more than 15 years ago documenting the allegations of sexual abuse.
Boone County pays tribute to U.S. service personnel and veterans with a parade and an honors ceremony.
Five men have been charged with sexual felonies with children and with bestiality from 1988 to 1995. They are being held in the Lafayette County jail. Authorities are searching a rural property outside Bates City for evidence and said they think there might be more victims.
Andy Pele, a 42-year-old Columbia resident, has competed in a wide range of athletic events including Ironman competitions and inline-skating races. He said the most extreme event he tried to accomplish was a 100-mile trail run in Utah.
The health care reform bill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives would not allow federal subsidies for health insurance plans that cover elective abortions.
The use of Twitter was utilized by many area outlets to help expand coverage to report what was intially thought to be a hostage situation.
Ted Robertson, who works on the sixth floor of the Governor Office Building, looked out his window and saw police snipers.
Five family members, one of Columbia, were charged with forcible sodomy, rape and use of a child in a sexual performance.
When Columbia's newest HyVee opened this week, the real news for local Minnesota transplants was the Caribou Coffee outlet that came along with it.
A “Speak Your Mind” event Wednesday night at Hickman High School featured a five-member panel that discussed the safety and effectiveness of Tasers.
Workers voluntarily took a 20 percent pay cut in order to avoid layoffs after the society found out it would be losing a quarter of its funding.
A Monday morning fire caused damage to the garage, attic and front of a house in the 1800 block of Boris Drive, the Boone County Fire Protection District reported. Damage was unknown Monday morning, and no injuries were reported.
Missouri coach Wayne Kreklow's neice is one of the recruits.
An unattended pan of grease started a kitchen fire at 3:12 p.m. Wednesdsay at 400 W. Old Plank Road. There were no injuries.
Sewage bypasses in Boone and Randolph counties are being investigated by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources after being reported late Monday morning.