Mature Living Festival attracts aging population

As the population ages, more people were expected at this year's Mature Living Festival.


City Council to consider amending review board code

Police say the changes are intended to make the language in the ordinance more closely match the department's Internal Affairs policy.   

TODAY'S QUESTION: Do you like the Maryland Avenue name change?

Tiger Avenue is now officially a street in Columbia, but does that mean the end for Maryland Avenue?

Turkey Creek Bridge replacement rescheduled

The southbound bridge on U.S. 63 is being replaced as part of a state improvement program.

MU hires record-breaking number of minority faculty

The addition of 15 underrepresented minority faculty at MU is double the previous record of minority hires.

Columbia Peace Coalition holds 9/11 vigil

The candlelight vigil at MU is part of an event to encourage reconciliation.

VIDEO: Tomato Festival showcases local products

'Granddad Bandit' pleads not guilty in Virginia

A judge ruled that Michael Francis Mara of Baton Rouge, La., who was arrested on suspicion of bank robbery, must remain imprisoned until his trial.

Joyce Meyer Ministries' convention wants women to 'pursue their dreams'

The convention begins Thursday and runs through Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

National Baptist Convention U.S.A. gathering concludes in Kansas City

Members of the group will end their meeting Friday evening with a baptism service.

Rock Bridge softball beats Camdenton in tournament

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: What media, politicians can learn from Iraq

What are the lessons of Iraq, particularly for journalists who covered it? And how might the post-mortems on Iraq by Tony Blair and many others affect future foreign policy decisions by the United States and its allies?

Finger Lakes State Park looks to improve parking

Two-phase plan would add additional parking spaces and improve existing lots.

MU graduate student blogs about dangers of eating disorders

The blogs shares stories of her battle with anorexia and the steps she took to recover.

Makers of Tums celebrate 80 years of business in St. Louis

The product celebrates 80 years of top antacid success this September. Tums totals $19 million annual revenue for Missouri suppliers.

Artists find community in Hannibal

A group of artists have established their homes and studios in Hannibal. They often travel to art shows together and offer one another support and friendship.

Missouri woman shows determination to lose weight — lots of it

Laura Moore of St. Louis has lost 45 pounds in the last year, despite having osteoarthritis so bad that she is wheelchair bound.