The former first lady will take part in the St. Louis Speakers Series organized by Maryville University.
Columbia institutions obtain more flu vaccinations, though still prioritizing those most at risk of infection.
A survivor of the fire that destroyed MU's historic Academic Hall, the cornerstone will end up in an interpretive display after years without permanent placement.
A few entertainment-oriented businesses in downtown Columbia will remain open during the Thanksgiving holiday, providing diversions for all the folks who don't have to work those days.
Bob and Karen Fry once considered themselves warm-weather fans of Columbia College athletics. That changed this season when they braved the elements to watch the Cougars play soccer.
Despite receiving permission from the City Council to implement a tax incentive, developers Jonathan and Nathan Odle of Trittbach Develpment, have dropped a project on Tenth and Locust streets. The high-rise development would have included office space, apartments and a street-level grocery store.
The $3.4 million loan is one of the largest ever made through the state's linked deposit program.
The money will go toward creating a minor degree and expanding an internship program.
Distance between family members makes the holidays less family-oriented.
The department's accredidation is valid until 2012.
Consumer advocates have complained for years about drop-side cribs, which are now being recalled.
Almeta Crayton, hosting the event the past 12 times, continues to seek volunteers for the Everyone Eats! program.
Wale Aliyu's Christian baptism on Nov. 11 was the end and the beginning of a spiritual journey for the 23-year-old Columbia resident.
Tiffany L. Zane, 31, has denied police's claims that she shook a baby under her care.
Two Columbia high school band members will represent Columbia in the New York Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as members of the Macy's Great American Marching Band.
The Petro Mart on College Avenue was robbed by a man with a handgun Monday morning.
An O'Fallon man has been charged with a hate crime following an incident in which police say he and his brother attacked black families coming out of a Columbia Walmart.
Police have arrested a man accused of sodomizing a sleeping woman at a party and are investigating a separate incident that occurred at a downtown night club.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri won for its volunteer recruitment campaign that focused on getting more men involved in the organization.
In a contest to raise money for United Way, MU students contributed significantly more than KU students to win the competition.