Photographers show off their talent to the city Parks and Recreation Department.
Jonathan Sandys, great-grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, spoke Friday in Fulton about the impact of his great-grandfather's legacy on his own life and its continued relevance in today's world.
Sophomore Ryan Phillips already drove in four runners on three singles, but in his fifth at bat, he sent a high fastball flying over the left field fence — a feat uncommon in high school baseball.
Weather couldn't deter MU's honor societies from holding Tap Day, which was held at Jesse Auditorium Friday.
The White House confirmed Friday that President Barack Obama will visit Macon on Wednesday as part of a two-day Midwestern swing.
Panelists discuss the Iceland volcano eruption, as well as the Haitian and Chinese earthquakes, and how natural disasters take a toll on the world.
The Faculty Senate at Missouri State University are exploring the idea of unionization.
State House and Senate members agreed Thursday to boost advertising for the Missouri Lottery. By increasing next year's advertising funding by $8 million, the lawmakers hope to generate more funds for education.
MoDot says by using recyled materials to pave roads, the state saved more than $20 million last year.
Chris Shaw, 29, came forward Thursday as the winner of the 10th-largest Powerball jackpot ever.
Jarrod Hayn, 38, of Kampsville, Ill., recorded and sold video of himself running over deer with his pickup truck.
State budget cuts threaten Columbia school programs with reduced funding and potential elimination.
A parent is suing Turnaround Ranch, a treatment center west of Joplin. She says her son was molested and raped and then the assaults went unreported to authorities.
Financial reform needs to be done well and with a focus on small communitities. If the bill is passed the way it is written now, credit will be less available for consumers and small businesses and non-banks will lack protection.
Leigh Britt, a volunteer coordinator for the City of Columbia, encourages the 200-plus groups that registered to not reschedule their shift.