Many fans expect a strong performance from the Tigers in this last season of the Big 12 Conference as we know it.
Worries about Social Security running out can be put to rest by doing a little research. Worrying about cutting benefits to the program should be what Americans lose sleep over.
Children from the Douglass Youth Baseball League got the chance to learn about some of the greatest players in baseball history at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City on Tuesday.
Though health care reform — especially the issue of the individual mandate — is a controversial subject, but it will help Missouri residents lead healthier lives.
Showmen and steers are judged at the Steer Show and Showmanship at the Boone County Fair.
Larger-than-life bears performed at the Boone County Fair as part of Welde's Grizzly Bear Show. This is the first year the bears have appeared at the fair.
Voters will consider Boone County's population growth, money and roads when they visit the polls Aug. 3.
Children making rain sticks asserted their individuality at the Columbia Public Library's "Storytelling, Art and Music," part of the 12-day celebration of the 20th anniversary of the ADA.
A self-proclaimed carny built a homemade vanilla ice cream maker using a John Deere motor with the help of a long-time friend. They brought their cool dessert to the Boone County Fair for the first time this year.
Environmental officials are hoping to have 150,000 acres of manmade wetlands ready for migratory bird use by Aug. 15. The project spans the five Gulf states and Arkansas, Georgia and Missouri.
Columbia Second Chance's Furever Foster program helps place older animals and those with special needs into new homes.
I would certainly not be afraid of being exotically gorgeous with powerhouse vocal cords. I am afraid of being so mentally and emotionally complicated that I end up alone or, much worse, overbearingly dramatic.
John Cauthorn, who's vying for a seat in the Missouri House of Representatives in the Aug. 3 primary, has received $435,921 in federal subsidies over the last 14 years, despite a platform for less federal government.
More than 1 million people are expected to participate in what amounts to the largest-ever public opinion poll on the nation's new health care law.
Gov. Jay Nixon's economic initiative steering committee met in Columbia on Thursday to begin creating a five-year plan for economic development.
Two public swimming beaches at Wakonda and Lake of the Ozarks state parks will be closed this weekend due to high E. coli levels.
Nearly 2,000 veterans who underwent dental procedures might have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis.
For Steve and Lydia Bell competing in tractor pulls is what the summer is all about, and Saturday's event at the Boone County Fair is among their favorites.
Fire Station No. 2 on West Worley Street will continue to operate with only one company, instead of its usual two, if the city manager's budget proposal comes to fruition.