The Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District on Tuesday denied a request by Ryan Ferguson to seek a new trial. Ferguson was convicted in the 2001 murder of Columbia Daily Tribune sports editor Kent Heitholt.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Are you considering raising your own chickens as a result of the salmonella scare?
In light of the recent salmonella outbreak, eggs from local farmers have become a hot commodity. Would you consider raising your own chickens?
The goat, on the loose since Aug. 21, has 8,000 fans on Facebook.
Cole County Circuit Judge Paul Wilson overruled the Missouri secretary of state's initial rejection of the petition on Tuesday. As a result, a real estate tax initiative will appear on Missouri's November ballot.
Insurance money, private fundraising and a proposed parks tax that voters will decide on in November would make up the funding for the new barn.
City and county planners presented a draft plan for future land use and growth management in far east Columbia at a final public input session. After a few finishing touches, a final plan will be offered later this month.
MU junior receiver Wes Kemp said he couldn't help being affected when Munir Prince, a senior cornerback and longtime friend of Kemp, was knocked unconscious during a punt return in last Thursday’s scrimmage.
The owner of a $100,000 home will pay about $14 more in property taxes under the new rate.
Army Staff Sgt. James R. Ide, 32, was part of a unit that came under fire from insurgents in Hyderabad, Afghanistan.
Mary Burch Nirmaier died Sunday. She was a pilot in World War II and an active member of the Columbia community. In March, she was honored with the Congressional Gold Medal.
California-based Green Aid wants the city to reconsider the board's rejection of its complaint against the Columbia Police Department over a controversial SWAT team drug raid earlier this year.
Panhandlers use the benches far more than customers, store managers say.
The hurricane is forecast to potentially brush North Carolina late Thursday before heading parallel to land up the East Coast.
The turf samples were donated to the university for this research.
The Bruins girls volleyball team earned its first win of the season with a 25-22, 25-17 victory over the Jays on Tuesday at Rock Bridge.
The Missouri Supreme Court said restaurant customers aren't renting tables and chairs from the establishments after it ruled 6-1 against a tax exemption for the purchase of tables, chairs, plates and kitchen equipment on Tuesday.
Unless foreign viruses are kept in check, they can hurt the livestock industry and put lives at risk, researchers say.
A former Cape Girardeau lawyer has pleaded guilty of felony stealing for embezzling $325,000 from a deceased client's trust fund.
President Barack Obama visited the Fort Bliss Army base in El Paso to speak to the troops recently returned from Iraq.
This is the text of the appeal filed with City Manager Bill Watkins.