James Baker, a former U.S. secretary of state, spoke at Westminster College, where he outlined 10 rules for U.S. foreign policy planners to follow.
Since 1991, a close-knit group of retirees has helped to build 75 percent of the Habitat for Humanity homes in Columbia, and they have no plans to stop anytime soon.
Derrick Washington's attorney waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty on the felony charge of deviate sexual assault.
The 30-year-old man taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound on Tuesday has died.
Kelsi Poe, the Columbia College student who fell at Quinton's Bar and Deli, is now in serious condition after more than two weeks in critical condition.
If Fox News wins the lawsuit against Robin Carnahan, political advertisements could see some changes.
With senior safety Jarrell Harrison's quick recovery from a knee injury and the potential return of free safety Jasper Simmons from a similar, the Missouri football team could have three options at safety for the first time since mid-August.
For the fourth year, blues musician T.J. Wheeler is teaching the blues to elementary school students in Columbia. It was his first time to meet the students at West Boulevard Elementary School, and they made a whole lot of music.
Hope McPheeter's plan for a nonprofit organization, Ella's Hope, has made the top ten list for its category in the Pepsi Refresh Project.
Advocates for immigrants said the decline in arrests may be due to the poor economy and the decrease of available jobs in the U.S.
About 30 people gathered at The Blue Note on Wednesday night to listen to a panel discussion about civil forfeiture laws. The gathering was sponsored by the Americans for Forfeiture Reform.
City Manager Bill Watkins informed Green Aid in a letter that he supports Columbia's police officers' actions during a SWAT team raid in February. Green Aid said it was disappointed in the city's actions and the message it sends.
Hamilton said he does not know who Gov. Jay Nixon will choose to replace him. In 1989, Hamilton presided over the state’s first case to accept DNA evidence. After retiring, he will begin conducting arbitration mediation for Fulton law firm Riley and Dunlap.
A cooperative agreement with Dow Chemical Co. will allow Columbia to construct a prototype rooftop capable of producing electricity.
Commission members said they want historically appropriate materials and construction types from 133 years ago in the construction of the barn.
Andrews started doing economic development work with the city of Columbia in 1996 and was honored for his length of service, positive effort and contribution to the field.
Stadium Grill invited six Columbia celebrities, including Mayor Bob McDavid and Tigers' commentator Mike Kelly, to create the most appetizing burger, to be decided by voters online and at the restaurant. A portion of the proceeds from the celebrity burger sales will be donated to a charity chosen by the contest winner.
Insurance companies can no longer place lifetime limits on their coverage and people who become sick cannot be dropped. In addition, insurers can't exclude children with pre-existing conditions from coverage.
Cell phones are blamed for 791 traffic accidents in the first half of 2010 in Missouri. There were 1,780 accidents related to cell phone usage in 2009.
Nineteen agencies will test readiness during the drill, which begins at 6 p.m. It will simulate the crash of a 50-passenger aircraft and a post-crash fire. The drill also will require emergency responders to tend to actors portraying victims with injuries.