A Boone County man was arrested Friday in connection with an assault on a 10-year-old boy Jan. 17.
Columbia police have not yet released information regarding the location, contents or conditions of the Tahoe, wanted as part of a homicide investigation.
Opposing perspectives arose after Gov. Jay Nixon proposed a cut in higher education appropriations in his State of the State speech on Wednesday.
Smith leads the class of six athletes who will be honored at the induction ceremony planned for Feb. 11.
Gov. Jay Nixon says he wants to expand the public counsel's office to ensure consumers are protected if Ameren Missouri decides to build a second nuclear power plant in Callaway County.
Columbia residents showed their creative side with the snow Friday on the David R. Francis Quadrangle.
Becoming engrossed with your electronic device can lead to embarrassing (and dangerous) situations
The three transformations in the past week in the Arab world are important for the long-term U.S. engagement in the Middle East and North Africa.
Second to Nature provides breast cancer patients with customized products, such as post-surgical clothes. The store helps rebuild what cancer has damaged.
A Springfield church attracts a younger set of parishioners with rock music and an a building that formerly housed a nightclub.
An elementary school in St. Charles is being reopened to relieve crowding in other elementary schools.
Fostering animals helps to socialize and prepare them for adoption, say directors of animal sanctuaries.
A Mexico teen charged with helping his family kill a drifter could be tried as an adult.
Donna Lichtenegger's account displayed an embarrassing status update saying she loved lobbyists.
Low-interest loans and rebates expected to help 300 farms and 100 farm homes, officials say.
Petty bickering distracts us from serious issues facing the state.