No decision by Missouri, Nebraska or anybody else about leaving the Big 12 Conference is expected for several months, but the league commissioner and several others are trying to work out the possibilities in meetings this week in Kansas City.
The Central Missouri Honor Flights are a regular occurrence, but that doesn't mean the flights should be ignored.
David Blumenthal's claims of service in the Connecticut Senate race is just the latest example of someone misrepresenting their record in Vietnam. It's something that has been going on for decades now.
According to the 2007 National Survey of Children's Health, 31 percent of Missouri's children are considered overweight or obese. Missouri ranks near the middle, 27th, in the number of overweight and obese children.
Fans are invited to gather at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Missouri Athletics Training Complex to see the team off to Oklahoma City to play in the Women's College World Series.
Jean Magabokenda, 35, was unresponsive when police arrived on the scene at 7:11 p.m. Monday.
Linen King, an Oklahoma-based company that provides laundry services to the health-care industry, promises to create 30 jobs in Columbia within six months and 100 within five years.
Applicants must be Columbia Water and Light customers with an inefficient window unit to exchange.
Regional Economic Development Inc. announced Linen King is coming to Columbia in August and will provide 30 jobs within the next six months and 100 within five years.
People For a Taser-Free Columbia plan to present City Clerk Sheela Amin with a 4,000 signature petition to ban Tasers, according to a news release from the organization.
Missouri State Highway Patrol sees traffic accidents vary little between Memorial Day weekend this year and the holiday weekend last year.
Zachary Hinkley is biking cross-country to raise money for a charity he plans to start. Hinkley has few established sleeping spots and must network on the road to find a nightly home.
Columbia Parks and Recreation will be reviewing its policies and procedures after the Monday drowning of Jean Magabokenda at Stephens Lake.
The Columbia Public School district received a "What Parents Want" award, making it one of 28 Missouri school districts to receive the recognition. The award is based on information taken from parent questionnaires asking parents around the nation what they value in a school system.
The news networks need to worry less about entertainment and more about giving viewers the straight facts.
The women of the Missouri softball team left Columbia on Tuesday for Oklahoma City, the host of the 2010 Women's College World Series. The Tigers play their first game against Hawaii on Thursday at noon.
A confrontation over a convoy attempting to break Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip has strained diplomatic relationships within the Middle East.
In addition to plummeting stock values and unsuccessful attempts to contain the worst oil spill in U.S. history, BP now faces criminal and civil investigations regarding the disaster. Attorney General Eric Holder promises the government will be "extremely forceful" in its response if the investigations reveal evidence of illegal activity.
A yearly analysis of statewide traffic stops shows that black drivers are far more likely to be stopped by officers than white or Hispanic drivers. This disparity has risen almost every year since 2001, when Missouri began publishing these reports.