Part of Scott Boulevard, between Georgetown Drive and Chapel Hill Road, will close Wednesday at 7 p.m and will reopen Thursday at 7 a.m., according to a news release from the city's Public Works Department.
Hickman soccer player Maggie Pace provides leadership for her teammates and an entertaining attitude off the field.
Coffee grounds, in addition to other kitchen products, may offer a viable alternative to diesel fuel.
A doubleheader sweep of visiting McKendree gave the Cougars a share of the American Midwest Conference regular season title, splitting the honor with Williams Baptist with 12-4 records. Columbia College won the first game 3-2 and the second game 4-0.
After surviving at close call in the final minutes, the Hickman girls soccer team secured a 2-1 victory Tuesday night over visiting Jefferson City.
As parents put more emphasis on personal privilege over community, the government is being left responsible for raising their children.
To those who say an unfair infusion of money influenced the result of the April elections, one just has to look at recent national and state elections to see that isn't true.
The DWI bill would allow for warrantless blood samples, among other provisions.
MU has a new program that gives students free back rubs to help them feel less stressed. MU is the first public university to adopt the Stressbusters program, founded in 1996 at Columbia University.
City Council commended the Water and Light Department on Monday for meeting its goals for renewable energy sources outlined in a 2004 voter-passed ordinance.
A federal court hearing has been scheduled in the case of a Ku Klux Klan group that was denied a permit for gathering at a historic site. The permit was denied after a state agency found the group's literature to contain "historical inaccuracies." The Ku Klux Klan group said it intends to seek another permit for a similar gathering.
Missouri small business owners asked lawmakers Tuesday not to ban K2, which is called fake pot or synthetic marijuana, as a bill being heard in the House would.
A western Missouri man was convicted of murder in the death of a baby he fathered with his daughter. The man, who is not being identified to protect the identity of the daughter, was accused of impregnating his daughter four times; the murder charges stem from the death of the daughter's third child who did not receive medical attention after falling ill.
According to the White House, President Barack Obama will make visits to the three states on April 27 through April 28, discussing the economy and administrative policies.
The exhibition hall, formerly an elephant house, will reopen May 15 after renovations made possible through a $2.5 million gift from St. Louis-based Peabody Energy.
Contractor William Stone cites his strong reputation in the community as key to his success in an economy that's been particularly rough on construction-related work.
The 70-foot hackberry tree that stood on Benton Elementary School for more than 100 years was removed Monday because it was considered a safety hazard by several specialists.
A public hearing was held at the City Council meeting for a project to tear down foot bridge by Douglass High School and build a ground-level crosswalk.
Gov. Jay Nixon employed a tactic used by U.S. presidents, but not Missouri governors, when he signed a midyear spending bill and declared he wouldn't follow a portion of the legislation.
All MU students, faculty and staff registered with the university's mass notification system will receive a test text message at 2:50 p.m. Thursday.