Bikers and vendors settled in at the National Bikers Roundup, which opened Tuesday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
If the proposed Transportation Development District on Grindstone Parkway is approved, those who shop at a new commercial development will have to pay a slightly higher sales tax.
With temperatures in the upper 90s and heat indexes in the triple digits, mid-Missourians went about their day despite the heat.
Primary elections for several county, state and Congressional races are taking place Tuesday across Missouri. According to the Secretary of State's office, statewide turnout is expected to be 24 percent, while turnout in Boone County is expected to be about 18 percent.
George Mazurak died Saturday, July 31. He was 56.
Both the driver and a passing motorist were unable to extinguish the flames when the van caught fire on I-70 east of Columbia. No one was injured.
In a first-of-its-kind referendum, Missouri voters are deciding on a ballot proposal attempting to defy a key element of a new federal law requiring most people to have health insurance.
A marijuana activist from California filed an appeal with the Citizens Police Review Board in June to protest a highly controversial SWAT raid and the exoneration of the officers involved. Do you think he has a valid complaint, or is he too far removed from the situation?
Motorcycle enthusiasts from around the country have rolled into Columbia for the National Bikers Roundup.
Whitnee Johnson, a 17-year-old Rock Bridge senior, was offered a athletic scholarship to Kent State University.
The Citizens Police Review Board is contemplating a change to its ordinance that would require complainants to have greater involvement in alleged incidents of police misconduct. The proposed changes will be discussed at the board's Aug. 11 meeting, then those comments will be passed on to the council.
Nearly three-quarters of voters supported the ballot measure, which would prohibit the government from requiring people to have health insurance or from penalizing them for not having it.
The gap between what people say they weigh and what they actually weigh is becoming smaller.
In St. Louis, Gary Stoff, Board of Election Commissioners deputy director, said hot weather appeared to be a factor in the light turnout. Elsewhere in Missouri, the health care overhaul seemed to be driving higher-than-expected turnout.
The campaign manager for Missourians for the Protection of Dogs argues against hobby breeder Jon Kimes' article against the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, explaining that he and other hobby breeders should be supporting the legislation along with her.
Two veteran poll workers discuss their election day duties and new voting technology.
The Citizens Police Review Board met to discuss its first appeal.
The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for portions of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas throught Wednesday night. Temperatures could reach 110 degrees in some areas.
A spokesperson with the campus police said the co-offensive line coach, Bruce Walker, was behind the wheel of a parked car with its motor running outside the Mizzou Athletic Training Complex at 11:14 p.m. Walker has worked for Gary Pinkel for the past 14 years.
Kansas Republicans were deciding Tuesday which of two veteran congressmen would be the most aggressive conservative champion in the U.S. Senate.