ANALYSIS: Job creation job No. 1 in Missouri, but how?

It's becoming apparent that Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon and the Republican leaders of the Missouri House and Senate may have different ideas for accomplishing what they all insist is their No. 1 goal.

Columbia roads cause trouble for drivers after first snow of season

One multi-vehicle accident closed Broadway for more than an hour. Overall, the Columbia Police Department reported about a dozen accidents, not including vehicles merely sliding off the road.

Candlelight vigil part of worldwide remembrance

Family and friends gathered to honor and remember children who have died.

Hartsburg man revives the Truth, for the sake of his town

In an age when newspapers are struggling to survive online, Jim Nilges has put his faith in print. 

Hundreds safe after winds ground Missouri showboat

There were no injuries after the Branson Belle's captain decided it was safer to stay wrenched against the shore than try to guide the boat to its dock just across the channel on Table Rock Lake.

Late surge lifts Purdue past Missouri wrestling team

The Tigers were unable to hold onto their lead after the first six matches of the day.

Columbia College's Julie Teeple glad to return to court

Julie Teeple missed the end of last year's Columbia College volleyball season and all of the basketball season because of an injury, but she has recovered enough to begin playing basketball again this season.

Teeple had hyper-extended her knee, but not realizing the severity of her injury, she continued to practice. As the pain worsened, a trip to the doctor revealed a 12-centimeter long stress fracture in her tibia.