Children from four Columbia preschools took part in the campaign. It consists of adults across the nation reading the same book to children on the same day.
The Columbia Police Department said the computer boxes contained a block of wood and an extension cord.
The preliminary hearing for former Columbia Water and Light Director James Kraig Kahler — charged with capital murder in Kansas — has been pushed back a third time.
Construction vehicle, tools, laptop computer and other electronics are among the items stolen from the two sites, police say.
The Mid Missouri Animal Legislation is holding its second Plate, Palate and Ballot event, which will include a panel discussion about food, health, agriculture and politics.
The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force had been investigating the man since March.
The child alerted his parents to some discrepancies between the road he traveled and what the sign indicated. His father suggested he write a letter to highway administrators.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the database will help people find safe and effective pesticides to combat the pests.
The Rock Bridge softball team defeated Jefferson City 9-2 on Thursday in a semifinal game of the Class 4, District 9 tournament at Legion Field in Jefferson City.
Madisyn Hinkebein won first place in the preschool/kindergarten category of the 19th Annual Blind InSights 2010 art contest, a contest for visually-impaired artists.
Technology seems to be both a blessing and a burden in college students' lives based on The Associated Press-mtvU Poll, released Thursday.
Lauren Fuller, the starting pitcher for the Rock Bridge softball team, and her mother Sue Fuller have both enjoyed playing softball for most of their lives.
Show times are at 8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in Launer Auditorium at Columbia College.
About 100 foreign-born women who married U.S. servicemen during or after World War II are gathering near St. Louis.
The Rock Bridge volleyball team defeated visiting Hannibal on Thursday evening.
The Hickman boys soccer team lost to Rockhurst 1-0 in overtime Thursday evening in Kansas City.
The exhibit, titled "Forever," features more than 1,300 ceramic vessels.
After pleading guilty to one count of child sex trafficking, the man was sentenced to almost 22 years in federal prison.