Two teens injured in accident on Route O

The accident occured just after 9 a.m. Sunday morning. Two teenagers were injured.

SLIDESHOW: Enjoying the weekend weather

With temperatures in the 50s and 60s over the weekend, Columbia residents ventured outside on the first warm days of spring.

MU Student Center's main level to open early

Construction for MU's student center is ahead of schedule with one section opening Aug. 18 and another opening spring 2011.

Breaking down language barriers in Columbia Public Schools

Jenifer Albright-Borts, coordinator of Columbia’s English Language Learners program, has helped Columbia Public Schools students grasp English for six years.

Local activist to meet with Federal Reserve Board chairman to discuss financial reform

Brenda Procter, the co-founder of Grass Roots Organizing will meet Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernake on Tuesday.

Missouri inmates nurse abandoned puppies back to health

A program at the Jefferson City Correctional Center allows inmates to connect with something on the outside – malnourished puppies, which the inmates nurse back to health.

Kansas City board to vote Wednesday on closing half its public schools

A school board vote will be held Wednesday to decide whether or not to pass a plan that entails closing down 29 of 61 of Kansas City's public schools. The plan would also cut 700 of the district's jobs.

Lawsuit over raw milk in southwest Missouri will continue

A Greene County judge ruled that the pending state lawsuit against a family who is selling raw milk will continue.

As players grow, so do concussions in college basketball

As college basketball becomes a bigger, stronger, faster and more physical game, players have become more susceptible to head injuries like concussions.

STIMULUS WATCH: Minority firms are not receiving fair amount of stimulus money

In Missouri, like with the rest of the country, minority companies have not been receiving an equitable amount of stimulus money, creating an ever-widening gap.