Places like Club Vogue are about the one-on-one connection a stripper has with a patron. New law won't stop people from coming.
Columbia's Jason Zoellers skateboarded as a teenager and returned to the sport as an adult. He says skateboarding has influenced his life in many ways, and that he can't help but love the sport he continues to pursue.
The 4-year-old girl was taken from her home Monday night, as she played outside with her brother.
Missouri freshman setter Molly Kreklow is a member of the USA Volleyball Junior National Team this week in the North America, Central America and Caribbean (NORCECA) Women’s Junior Continental Championship in Mexico.
All bus routes will be modified, new areas of service will be added and the Saturday service will mirror the weekday schedule.
The arrests were a result of the "You Drink & Drive. You Lose" campaign.
The Postal Regulatory Commission is set to accept or reject possible stamp price increases from 44 to 46 cents. The Postal Service is also considering stopping Saturday delivery.
Courtney May-Rainey was sentenced to three years for each charge, which will be served concurrently.
Two MU art students will use a tepee as a movable gallery on their month-long road trip west.
More than 900 additional signatures were added Tuesday to the petition that would ban Taser use in Columbia. The petition had been 494 signatures short of being presented to the City Council.
People who see the insects in their community should report infestations to the county extension office.
Voters must mail their registration or go to the county clerk's office by 5 p.m. Wednesday in order to vote in August's primary election.
The president will stump for Robin Carnahan and make a stop to talk about the economy.
The FBI Fugitive Task Force in Kansas City arrested Marquez Lawhorn for first degree assault in relation with the July 1 shooting near Stanford Avenue and Ash Street.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed a bill Tuesday criminalizing K2, a synthetic compound that mimics a marijuana-like high when smoked or inhaled. The law goes into effect Aug. 28.
This Independence Day, we should be grateful for our military, while looking for ways to better serve our country and those who served before us.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Blunt aired his first campaign ad Tuesday. In the television ad, Blunt focuses on his family and upbringing, leaving out his experience as a U.S. representative and Missouri's secretary of state.