Floral and plant design class students of the Columbia Area Career Center held a Valentine's Day sale, showcasing their own floral arrangements.
The Heartland Men's Chorus, a choir made up of mostly gay men, sang for civil rights around mid-Missouri on Wednesday.
Five City Council members, after a candidate forum question about whether drinking has compromised Third Ward Councilman Karl Skala's ability to work with his colleagues, say the answer is no.
The week started with a chant of 'Who Dat?" as the Saints brought a Super Bowl championship to New Orleans. Whiteouts struck the East Coast and even Texas. And if the Lone Star State can get snow, Columbia is not immune; school was cancelled on Monday and Tuesday. The remaining days were filled with preparations of love and competition, as Valentine's Day nears and the Vancouver Winter Olympics begin.
A Friday shooting at the University of Alabama-Huntsville killed three and injured three. The shooter, who local television stations reported is a university faculty member, is in police custody.
A rare series of storms have led to snow in 49 of 50 U.S. states.
MU Police Capt. Weimer says the extra officers will focus on drunk drivers on campus.
Cardiologist Allan Schwartz said former President Bill Clinton's angioplasty Thursday went "smoothly".
Lawyers are calling a court ruling the first of its kind. The results of a case Tuesday could mean more protection for employees in future lawsuits against employers.
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A state senator is proposing a bill that would allow a handful of St. Louis attractions to charge visitors for admission.
About 3 inches of snow is expected to fall between Saturday night and Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
The MU College of Arts and Science is looking for an artist to paint the next portrait in its collection of paintings of major donors to the university. The portrait will be hung in Lowry Hall, and applications will be accepted until April 15.
Long-time board member Barbara Weaver will seek another term, but Ronald Gini of Rocheport will challenge her, sparked by a personal experience at Boone Hospital Center.
A diverging diamond interchange, popular in France, is being proposed for the intersection of Interstate 70 and Stadium Boulevard. It would be only the second in the United States. The first, in Springfield, is popular.
The proposed bill would require all Missouri driver's license tests to be administered in English. Immigrant rights and social welfare groups testified in opposition.
The announcement that Michael Phelps will not be competing in the Missouri Grand Prix has a varying impact on different people.
Five of the six candidates for mayor of Columbia attended a forum hosted by firefighters on Thursday.
The event features a strong roster of international competitors, giving swimmers the chance to go against the best in the world.
Each Missouri gymnast, aside from senior Brooke Boehmer, trains on every event. It’s something coach Rob Drass said he thinks makes the team more competitive.