Jefferson City official cleared in hit-and-run

A recent report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol helped clear city administrator Steve Rasmussen in a January hit-and-run accident.

Missouri officials seize control of biodiesel plant

The Missouri Agriculture Department has taken control of a Joplin biodiesel company that owes more than $2.4 million.

Father of 10 dies in Springfield crash

Edward Kropf, a member of the Amish Mennonite community, died in a car crash on Friday. The accident involved the collision of a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer.

Kansas City medical school gets new whistle-blower policy

Amid unexplained firings, a stronger whistle-blower policy emerges at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.

Lincoln University will add master's degree in Environmental Science

Lincoln University becomes only central Missouri university to offer an Environmental Science master's degree program.

Kansas considers increasing taxes on liquor

Amidst a financial crisis, Kansas lawmakers are considering a tax hike on liquor to generate more support for state run programs.

March March takes over downtown Columbia

The explosion of culture and music engulfed The District and has become a staple at the True/False Film Festival.

Missouri men's basketball unable to handle physical Wildcats

The loss was the Tigers' sixth straight in Manhattan, Kan.

Columbia College men finish with a win

Columbia College women lose to William Woods, share conference title

Columbia College softball wins a pair

LETTER: Banks need reform, but Blunt and Luetkemeyer won't sign on

Missouri politicians in Washington D.C. are not representing the people that elected them.

Missouri women's basketball loses at undefeated Nebraska

The Tigers lost their ninth straight game in a 67-51 defeat at No.3 Nebraska.

Missouri softball team improves to 7-2 with two victories Saturday

PHOTO GALLERY: True/False festival

The True/False film festival featured a walking tour of Broadway for filmgoers in addition to the documentaries played over the four-day period.

Protesters make their case against red-light cameras

Mayoral candidate Paul Love is among those who believe the cameras should be taken down.

Missouri baseball team wins fourth game in a row

The Tigers had multi-hit games from five different players in the victory.

UPDATE: Pedestrian hit at Stewart and Providence roads

Columbia Police do not think the driver that struck a woman on Friday is at fault .  The woman is in serious condition.

Man struck by car on Silver Fork Hill Road

A man hit was by a car following an argument on Silver Fork Hill Road.

True/False Film Festival opens to enthusiastic crowds

The 2010 True/False Film Festival featured nearly 4o films with more than 2,500 passholders.