Construction for a new operating room at Truman Veterans Hospital will now be finished in June.
Festival coordinators have developed a smartphone application for iPhones and Android phones that will allow fans to track which bands are playing on each stage downtown, read artist biographies and use interactive maps of the downtown and festival areas.
After Colorado and Nebraska exit the Big 12, the conference will expand to a nine-game league schedule.
After a whirlwind month of planning, the Columbia couple who won the "Today" show wedding contest exchanged vows live from Rockefeller Plaza.
Missouri and five other states are participating in a program to help adults complete their associate degrees.
Despite the loss, Rock Bridge libero Nici Thaler showed a strong performance. Thaler has a long volleyball career that has generated interest from several colleges.
The commission voted unanimously Thursday to accept a plan that creates a road map for the expansion of east Columbia, whose population has grown in recent years.
With some heavy campaign funding at his disposal, Emanuel will resign as White House chief of staff to join the race for Chicago's next mayor.
A "world class" education has to come with a price tag.
The new smart phone program replaces previous audio guides at the art museum.
The Missouri volleyball team lost to Big 12 rival Kansas on Wednesday night in Lawrence.
The Rock Bridge softball team, which earned the top seed in next month's district tournament, beat Southern Boone 13-3 on Thursday at Rock Bridge.
With their sights set on making the national tournament for the 17th straight year, a close victory over William Woods on Thursday night was not acceptable for the Columbia College volleyball team.
Tiger Cleaners, located in the bookstore, accepts clothes for laundry and dry cleaning and offers semester-long plans.
Videos, coaching exams and other lessons are helping youth football coaches learn about preventing and recognizing concussions.
The Postal Regulatory Commission denied the Postal Service's proposal to raise first-class postage in an effort to combat the company's worsening financial crisis.
A bill was passed requiring televisions stations and cable companies to keep the volume of commercials the same as televisions programs.
The plan could return a profit to taxpayers who footed the bill for the bailout.
Errors slip through in the print version as well as the online version of the Columbia Missourian. Catching print errors should be included in the Show-Me the Errors contest.