Final three MU professors named as Kemper Fellowship award winners

The third, fourth and fifth recipients of the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence at MU were named Tuesday.

Missouri court overturns ruling on expanding an Arrow Rock hog farm

A Missouri appeals court overturned a ruling that would have blocked a proposed hog farm near Arrow Rock from expanding. Judges, members of the Legislature and leaders of farm organizations discussed the regulations of farm buffer zones following the decision.

Columbia voters explain why they went to the polls

Voters head to the polls for various reasons. Here, three Columbia residents explain why they cast their votes.

Dog-grooming business started at 17 still going strong

A Boone County native lives her dream of working with animals.

New ownership, familiar faces for Columbia Photo

Columbia Photo will remain open after Creve Coeur Camera of St. Louis purchased the store.

Law lets Thai woman stay in U.S. after husband's death

President Barack Obama signed legislation in October that abolishes the so-called "widow's penalty," allowing surviving immigrant spouses of American citizens who died before they had been married two years to remain in the United States.

Wet spring weather puts damper on Missouri farms

A rainy start to spring has put Missouri farmers behind schedule, according to a condition report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Missouri field office.

Suspect dies after chase with police in St. Louis County

A police chase in St. Louis County has left one suspect dead and another injured. The officer involved is on administrative leave during the investigation.