The Tigers finished in second place overall Tuesday at the UALR/First Tee Classic in Little Rock, Ark.
Public defender Kim Shaw announced Tuesday that she will run for the associate circuit judge position held by longtime incumbent Larry Bryson.
Police removed two dogs after seeing that both had been injured. Witnesses say a third dog was removed from the property before officers arrived.
Motion-sensing cameras are being used to uncover important statistics about deer population in Missouri parks.
Running on a treadmill and running over ground exercise the body differently despite what seems like the same motion.
The Missouri Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill allowing methane gas produced by animal waste to be used for renewable energy.
Contributions for the awards come from area residents and businesses.
Threats have been made against Democrat and Republican lawmakers in the week since health care reform passed.
The Boone County prosecutor handling what has come to be known as "the cotton ball case" said Monday that the state will not file charges against the two students who were arrested until the pair has met "an obligation."
The kickoff event is planned May 8 at the trailhead in Rocheport.
No. 5 Georgia, No. 8 Oregon State, No. 25 Minnesota, No. 30 Iowa and No. 36 North Carolina will join No. 15 Missouri in a NCAA gymnastics regional on April 10 at Hearnes Center.
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts' limited budget will leave the Hot Summer Nights Music Festival on hold.
Volunteers working to promote job training programs in mid-Missouri won a $47,932 grant from the Central Missouri Workforce Investment Board. The money will be used to study adult job training needs and to improve existing programs.
Candidates for mayor and for two seats on the Columbia City Council have expressed differing views on how development planning fits into city government. A proposed public high school and extension of Stadium Boulevard have prompted the city to study potential impact and land use options.
Mey Savann is the only Cambodian Buddhist monk who lives and practices in Missouri.
Columbia police seek man in connection with scams.
The campaign No More Trash is encouraging people to pick up litter during April.
An analysis by the Missourian shows that Columbia's crime rate — which has become a hot topic leading up to the April 6 election — has not fallen or risen dramatically since 2001, when adjusted for population
More than 500 people attended a revival-style prayer service at the Missouri Capitol on Monday. The service was led by Anne Graham Lotz, daugher of television evangelist Billy Graham.
Missouri's senator will be a guest on "The Colbert Report" at 10:30 p.m. Monday talking about health care reform and the NCAA tournament.