There's someone willing to decorate your home, buy and wrap your gifts, and cook your dinners — for a price.
The program is part of the mining and nuclear engineering department at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
The top five scams are selected based upon customer complaints received this year.
The survey process ended Friday. The surveys sought to chart a path for new media communications usage in Columbia Public Schools.
Bradley Cook of Kirkwood now has a felony gun charge tacked on to conspiracy, sex trafficking, racketeering and weapons charges in a sex slave case.
Coroners said Spring Hill High School senior Nathan Stiles died Oct. 29 from a subdural hematoma after collapsing during a game the night before.
The famous Kansas City artist's dozen pencil sketches of "Achelous and Hercules," will be put up for sale on Saturday. The initial asking prices for the pieces are going to be $1,000 to $7,500.
The team will announce its bowl decision Sunday.
Republicans are already looking to reverse legislation passed in last month's election.
There was significant damage in the bedroom where the fire started and smoke, heat and water damage across the rest of the unit. Total damage was estimated at $7,500.
As the Missouri volleyball team heads into its first-round NCAA tournament match against overall fifth seed Northern Iowa on Friday, team members and coaches aren't letting go of any of the superstitions they've developed over the season.
Forsee is taking the leave to take care of his wife, who was diagnosed with cancer. The Board of Curators met hastily in a closed session Thursday.
David Russell will oversee the recent Missouri Department of Higher Education review of "low-producing" higher education programs and draft a report for the governor on its findings.
State revenue in November was 3.3 percent greater than in the same month last year.
Tight end Michael Egnew, center Tim Barnes and linebacker Andrew Gachkar earned first-team honors for the Tigers.
The Maplewood Barn Theatre Players and Boone County Historical Society are collaborating to present an interactive re-enactment of Christmas in 1905, with actors playing members of the prominent Lenoir and Nifong families.
In the face of well-muscled competitors and a down economy, Columbia's independent bookstores persevere. "Independent bookstores have to be nimble and quick on their feet," says Doug Wilson of Village Books.
The focus of the trip is to sign a letter of intent for Taiwanese businesses and industry groups to buy about $120 million of Missouri products over the next five years.
The new building will open with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. Friday. The building has 10,000 more square feet than the old center did. The center offers resources for those with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders.