Organizers canceled this year's bicycling event after Missouri's tourism commission declined to provide funding.
At Monday's City Council meeting about the IBM deal, issues including where exactly IBM's new hires will come from — the Columbia area or elsewhere — were addressed, but answers just brought more questions.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Has the Columbia Police Department sufficiently addressed concerns about SWAT raids?
The department has announced several changes to the way it executes search warrants and when it will use the SWAT team.
Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine says there were a lot of doubters, including himself, after the Tigers lost their ace to injury. But the Missouri players have proved their worth with an impressive NCAA regional win.
Texas A&M beat Missouri 7-2 at the Big 12 tournament Thursday in Oklahoma City.
The Bruins defeated Rockhurst 5-4 to win the Class 2 state championship on Thursday at the Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield, Mo.
Pfc. Jason D. Fingar had a way of finding joy in any situation, said a friend. Mr. Fingar received numerous awards and decorations for his service in the Army, and had a love of music. Mr. Fingar died Saturday, May 22, 2010, while serving in Afghanistan.
Wesley Leftwich, a standout athlete in both football and track at Hickman, is preparing to compete in three events at this weekend's state track and field meet in Jefferson City.
The Rock Bridge baseball team lost 5-2 to Webb City in the Class 4 state quarterfinals on Wednesday afternoon in Webb City.
Students at Nora Stewart Early Learning Center can learn firsthand where their fruits and vegetables come from.
The class of 2010 is the school's largest since 2005.
Workers will mark bike lanes from 12 p.m to 4 p.m. Friday on Washington Avenue between Hickman Avenue and Wilkes Boulevard.
The legislation gives an edge to firms owned by disabled veterans that bid for state contracts and providing scholarships to children of retired troops. Another plan approved by Nixon makes it easier for overseas voters to cast ballots.
At Columbia College's third annual Military Recognition Day, George H. Ousley Jr. and his family were recognized for their donation to the college's veterans service center that was named in their honor. Anti-war demonstrators were also present at the event.
Southwest Airlines says one of its St. Louis-bound flights from Seattle had to be diverted to Nebraska after a passenger pounded on the cockpit door and demanded to see the pilot.
Windsor Street Montessori School allows Children's House students to continue their self-directed learning activities until junior high.
This weekend's Pedaler's Jamboree, along with the Katy Trail Celebration Ride and Torch Relay, celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Katy Trail. Riders can still sign up for the jamboree Saturday morning.
Energize Missouri Appliance Rebate Program is increasing rebate amounts by $50 on all appliances except solar water heaters. This applies to all appliances purchased after the April 19 start date.
Louisiana Historic Preservation Association is sponsoring a tour of Riverview Cemetery June 5 and 6. The tour includes portrayals of former Louisiana, Mo., residents.
Snack distributor Wally's Nut House is recalling 16-ounce packages of mixed nuts for lack of printing milk, soy and wheat ingredients on its labels.