Missouri starts e-mail notification on lost assets

Missouri is the second state to offer an e-mail notification service through its unclaimed property division, the state treasurer says.

Greektown prepares for house decorating events

As a part of Homecoming festivities, fraternities and sororities teamed up to work together on house decorations.


K-State tops Big 12 coaches' preseason men's basketball poll

After losing two NBA lottery picks as well as team leader Sherron Collins, Kansas was picked to finish second in the league they've won six seasons in a row.

Team jokester returns to field in Columbia College soccer team's win

After "taking four weeks off," midfielder Brian Eike returned from injury to score his first goal of the season in the Cougars' 3-0 victory over visiting Missouri Baptist. 

Hickman, Rock Bridge continue district football series

In the second week of Class 6 district football competition, Hickman will try to rebound and Rock Bridge will face a road test.

Rock Bridge volleyball team keeps senior night emotions in check

Although a senior night ceremony stirred up emotions for the seniors on both teams, the Rock Bridge volleyball defeated Hickman 25-7, 26-16, 25-16 Thursday night at Hearnes Center.

Columbia College and Hallsville partner for education

The partnership will allow Hallsville teachers to earn free master's level coursework at Columbia College.

Sen. McCaskill's brother faces felony drug chage

The charge stems from a January incident near his Columbia nightclub, Generic.

Columbia College soccer defeats Missouri Baptist

The Columbia College men's soccer team defeated Missouri Baptist 3-0 on Thursday at Owens Stadium.

Police arrest suspect in connection with Doris Drive burglary

Anthony Webb was arrested on charges of first degree burglary in connection with break-in at a woman's home.

LETTER: Tasers could deter people from committing crimes

Criminals are made up of all types of people, and Tasers will not cause riots.


Kansas City chimp that escaped sent to zoo

The chimp, named Sueko, will be quarantined for 30 days before being introduced to the zoo's other chimps.

Nixon orders flags lowered for fallen Missouri Marine

The governor ordered that U.S. and Missouri flags on state buildings in St. Charles County be flown at half-staff from Friday through the day of the funeral.

Former President Clinton raising money for Skelton

From President Bill Clinton is scheduled to be a special guest at Rep. Ike Skelton's fundraising dinner in New York.

SLIDESHOW: Columbia LGBTQ community holds candlelight vigil

A candlelight vigil drew more than 200 people for a march through downtown Columbia on Wednesday.

Rock Bridge soccer team defeats Camdenton

Eli Sherman, Ryan Stanowski, Ryan Schmidt and Trevor Davis all scored for the Bruins in the first half.

Rock Bridge volleyball defeats Hickman

The Rock Bridge volleyball team beat Hickman 25-7, 25-16, 25-16 on Thursday night.

LETTER: Scott Christianson has the leadership skills to be a great presiding commissioner

Candidate is a small businessman, a contributor to the community and a teacher for the MU Business School.

LETTER: Christianson has intelligence, dedication for commissioner job

J. Scott Christianson understands what it takes to provide a nurturing community for technology companies.

Toyota recalling 1.53 million cars globally

Toyota issued a voluntary recall for about 740,000 cars in the U.S. for potential brake problems. Toyota will not charge owners for necessary repairs.