Joel Salatin, featured in "Food, Inc." and "The Omnivore's Dilemma" brought his message of chemical-free farming to a Columbia conference.
With a few exceptions, both state and local election results were as predicted.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton suggested 12 different low-producing MU degree programs be cut or reconfigured.
Rob Mayer beat Kevin Engler to serve as the state Senate president pro tem.
The Tigers will play the Harris-Stowe Hornets, a NAIA team, on Friday. Missouri is ranked 15th in the AP and ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls.
The girls are learning to hear with the help of cochlear implants.
Republicans appeared to gain three seats in Tuesday's elections, which would give them control of the chamber.
The new director plans to find solution to the problem of denying new clients because of high caseloads.
The city of Hallsville has been cited by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for an illegal discharge of sewage and other related shortcomings.
Thursday marks the 228th consecutive day that Columbia's high temperatures have reached at least 50, but it appears the streak is about to end.
The 2007 law allows business licenses to be suspended or revoked when employers knowingly hire illegal immigrants.
American's should rethink the costs of endless wars.
Columbia Public Schools' black students not only have lower test scores than their white peers but also black students across the state. Community members gathered Thursday to think of possible ways to decrease the disparities.
With the removal of 90 acres of commercial development, the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted to recommend the Richland Road annexation and rezoning request.
Megan Sheffield, a junior middle hitter for the Stephens volleyball team, leads the American Midwest Conference in blocks.
Twenty-one firefighters and five firetrucks responded to the fire on Arrow Wood Drive.
While speaking with Mallory Simpson, sheriff's deputies found drug paraphernalia in plain view in her purse and found more, along with methamphetamine and cocaine, in a subsequent search.
The project has been in progress for almost a year and a half. The final public hearing will be Nov. 30.
The circuit judge seat for the 13th Circuit had been open since Oct. 1 after the retirement of Judge Gene Hamilton.
The runner-up for the position suggested the influx of staunchly conservative Republicans from the Nov. 2 election contributed to the loss of support for him.