Ashton Kidd, 5, won Little Mister and Cierra UrQuieta, 5, won Little Miss.
A balanced budget sounds like a good idea but for the dark times ahead packed in the "anti-stimulus" cloud rolling toward Columbia, we should spend smart now, even if it means deeper deficit.
While the United States can take a grain of pride in providing the world with the Big Mac, slackening gun laws are not a trend we should take pride in.
President Barack Obama is expected to sign the legislation as soon as he gets it.
The bill reauthorizes federally financed unemployment benefits through the end of November.
The oil well cap will stay closed despite evacuations from the Deepwater Horizon site during a tropical storm.
Douglass Youth Baseball promotes a fun, non-competitive environment for boys and girls ages 5-14. The league finished its 15th season this week.
The Missouri Foundation for Health was awarded a Social Innovation Fund grant to use to reduce obesity and tobacco use in low-income communities.
Eight people with impaired vision got the opportunity to learn the game of golf at an adapted golf clinic held Wednesday by MU School of Health Professions Department of Occupational Therapy at Perche Creek Golf Club.
During the second day of the Boone County Fair, the Mulekicker Cloggers performed, attendees enjoyed rides and a new fair queen was crowned.
Emas C. Bennett was charged with burglary in the first degree, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance.
Finger Lakes State Park is closed this weekend because of E. coli levels measured at six times the Department of Natural Resources' standard levels.
A limited number of tickets are available to the Missouri football team's 2010 season opener against Illinois on Sept. 4 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis and will go on sale starting at 6 p.m. Friday.
Columbia Transit said buses would not be in service this Sunday because it is scheduled to test its new bus routes that are planned to begin in August.
An Oreo cookie on a silver platter is the prize for the fastest pig. Squilly Nelson took the cookie in the race themed The Battle of the Bands.
MU spokesman Christian Basi said officials hope to have the name changed by late September. The City Council must approve the change.
Air time has been reserved for 40 of the party's closest campaigns and to defend vulnerable incumbents, including House Armed Services Committee Chairman Ike Skelton of Missouri.
Three mid-Missouri residents share how being out of work has affected their lives.
Thirteen children and young adults with special needs learned to ride bikes this week.
The two children involved in a three-car accident Wednesday were originally reported in critical condition. Today it was confirmed that they sustained minor injuries, not life threatening ones.