Missouri couple sues over frozen embryos

The Lamberts, a Kirkwood couple, are fighting a California couple for custody of two embryos stored at a California clinic.

Missouri couple stranded by theft of home ramp

The entry ramp to a couple's home was stolen in Independence. The couple relied on it, as one has a broken hip and the other needs a scooter to get around.

Truman award goes to former Secretary of State

James A. Baker III was recognized for his service in leadership at a Kansas City event Thursday night.

TODAY'S QUESTION: What changes would you like to see made in Columbia following the mayoral election?

With a new mayor for the first time in 15 years, Columbia is likely to see some changes. Bob McDavid's campaign focused on increasing economic activity, decreasing crime, promoting neighborhoods and increasing the city's tax base.

Columbia school leaders: Communication was key to school bond's success

School leaders cite nearly 130 informative presentations and face-to-face meetings with more than 7,000 members of the community as vital to the 77 percent voter approval of the $120 million school bond. 

Chris Kelly shows he's also a pal

Children received an unexpected guest to read aloud their favorite stories on Friday: Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia.

MU professor trains service dogs

Cristi Cook, an assistant professor at the MU College of Veterinary Medicine, volunteers to train dogs to serve as service animals.

Memorial to be held in honor of former Stephens College president

Public Works Department to discuss road construction

The department's meeting, slated for 5:30 on Wednesday, will be an opportunity for the public to express concerns with future construction.

LETTER: Lessons learned from Crosscreek mediation

We need to find a better mediation model that operates in the open, not in secrecy.

LETTER: Voters had the right idea, not George Kennedy

Stop whining and making excuses for the people's good judgment. It proves voters were correct in their thinking.