A California marijuana activist filed the first complaint with the Citizens' Police Review Board. It will be considered by the board at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Single-game tickets for most 2010 University of Missouri football home games will go on sale beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
For England and other European nations, the World Cup is an overwhelming and uniting force. The U.S. could benefit from embracing football fever.
An iPhone app all about MU is expected to be released the first day of classes and is supposed to include a campus map, a database with contact information, a news feed and a calendar of events.
Scott Christianson communicates well, works collaboratively with others, does his homework and has the energy and commitment to serve the county.
Annette and Charlie Triplett of Columbia are "urban homesteaders." They are attempting to live a more self-sufficient lifestyle in the city by using things such as raised gardens and a vermicomposting system.
A design was unanimously recommended by the Commission on Cultural Affairs and is set to be presented to the City Council on Monday.
Missouri saw job gains in the manufacturing, utilities and construction industries.
The Heart Gallery, a traveling display of portraits of Missouri children needing families, will be in Columbia through July 19.
Voting will end after July, and the murals are scheduled to be painted by the winner and community members in August.
A motorcyclist is seriously injured after colliding with a Columbia Para Transit bus collided minutes before 8 a.m. at the intersection of Vandiver Drive and Burlington Street.
The United States failed to reach its 2010 goal of reducing smoking among high schoolers to 16 percent. In a June 9 report, representatives from the CDC said more money and attention need to be paid to anti-smoking campaigns.
Columbia Builds Youth's Highway/Heavy Construction Program expands their internship program with Columbia Public Works to accommodate 10 students.
Michelle Obama uses her talk to the NAACP's 101st convention to address the issue of childhood obesity.
The Chairmanship change should allow the bill to be debated Tuesday by the full Senate. Sen. Chuck Purgason had refused to allow a vote on the automaker incentives beacuse of the bill's $15 million annual cost.
Ozark County Deputy Sheriff Nick Jones' patrol carl was swept off a low-water bridge early Sunday morning.
Ron and Annette Smull will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on July 24, 2010, with a reception at Memorial Baptist Church in Columbia.
Legislators and Gov. Nixon say they hope to take action during the special session this week, after grinding to a halt last week.