More snow possible in Columbia

Although the National Weather Service is forecasting warmer temperatures through the weekend, there is a chance for some snow accumulation.

UPDATE: Where is your Missourian?

Carriers made deliveries today to all accessible areas. All subscribers are getting credit for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday editions. You can download papers here.

Mammoth storm across U.S. leaves bitter cold, destruction

Roofs collapsed under the weight of snow in the Northeast, wind chills dipped below 30 in parts of the Midwest, and people are still trying to dig out after a  winter storm struck most of the nation Tuesday and Wednesday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Sun, wind and snow

Missourian photographers document the beauty of Columbia's new snowscapes.

Missouri closes Interstate 44 near Joplin after crash

Motorists are being urged to take alternate routes since the interstate will remain closed for an extended period of time.

Behind rise in volunteer hours are people inspired to help

Whether they're picking up trash, helping fight crime or teaching athletes to swim, Columbia volunteers are contributing their time to help others.

COLUMN: Save the Nazi references for actual Nazis

Comparing political opponents to Hitler has become cliche, but few current or historical events compare to the Third Reich.

Two Columbia police officers promoted to sergeants

Officers Jill Wieneke and Mike Lederle were promoted Sunday.

Gov. Nixon releases $10 million for Missouri school busing

Gov. Jay Nixon cited improving state revenues Thursday as a reason for providing schools the additional money.


UPDATE: At least 3 dead after truck plunges into Oklahoma river

The accident happened on Interstate 44 near the town of Miami, Okla.

Bitter chill keeps Missouri under snow blanket

Gov. Jay Nixon asked the federal government Wednesday for an emergency declaration for all of Missouri's 114 counties to help with the costs of responding to the snowstorm.

UPDATE: US senators want KC's WWI memorial to be official

Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt are at the front of an effort to bring Kansas City's World War I memorial the distinction of the nation's official memorial commemorating the war.

Missouri judge upholds law on sexual businesses

Adult stores and exotic dancers argued against the law, but the judge rejected their arguments in a ruling last week.


MU students have 'Snow Brawl' on Francis Quadrangle

More than 1,200 students responded to the event on Facebook but only a fraction showed up.

Columbia residents shovel out after the blizzard

MU students and Columbia residents alike began unearthing their cars and driveways Thursday.

Newborns arrive during height of snowstorm in Columbia

Two families tell how they reached hospitals and safely delivered babies.

Birds struggle to find food in harsh winter weather

After a snowfall, ground-foraging birds can't find the seeds they normally feed on.

Jefferson Junior High math teacher to receive national teaching award

The NEA Foundation recognizes Kathy Steinhoff as one of the top educators in the country.


ARC, city buses help some escape blizzard-induced boredom

Columbians began to venture out of their homes after being cooped up for several days following the blizzard that struck the city.

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ retains name

Boone County National Bank has signed on as the naming rights sponsor for the annual Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.