What kind of example are our legislators setting when visitors and school children can smell secondhand smoke in the Capitol?
The center is struggling to find ways to increase income yet still keep fees affordable for student parents.
A man killed a mountain lion to protect his cattle over the weekend, and the Missouri Department of Conservation is conducting tests as required by state law.
The Columbia Police Department says there is now probable cause for arresting two men in connection with the Dec. 30 burglary.
MoDOT will give away gas cards as an incentive for the public to become more educated on the dangers of drunken driving.
The Columbia City Council work session minutes contain information about concerns over local zoning issues and health insurance options and costs, and even include graphics.
The city code has been amended to require that the Pledge of Allegiance be recited before council meetings and work sessions.
Holt's Summit Police Chief Kyle McIntyre says 52-year-old Paul Plunkett was shot Saturday afternoon inside his home.
The Hickman girls basketball team beat Newburg 53-37 on Monday at the Rolla tournament.
Police believe the children, found near the body of their mother, appear to be victims of a double homicide-suicide.
A man was arrested on suspicion of driving carelessly and resisting arrest. His passenger, a 16-year-old boy and previously reported runaway, was found with cocaine.
Too much sugar at Christmas has created an addict.
Rep. Chris Kelly recently called for a review to discuss changes to Proposition B, but his reasons for doing so are off the mark.
The Missouri Department of Mental Health has paid about $48 million of overtime in the past three years, according to a report by the state auditor.
On Jan. 12, Gov. Jay Nixon will have been governor for two years and will have two more years remaining in his term. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder contends Nixon promised virtually anything to anyone during his 2008 campaign — ignoring the costs of actually fulfilling his platform even though it was apparent before the election that the economy was worsening.
Florida State's defense caused problems for the Tigers, especially senior guard RaeShara Brown.
The private, nonprofit association that operates the Liberty Memorial, where the museum is located, also has set ambitious fundraising targets as the centennial of the war approaches.
The Seminoles's inside presence helped give them the edge over the Tigers.
Donations are being accepted as Fort Leonard Wood recovers from a New Year's Eve tornado.