Depending on how boundaries are drawn when Battle High School opens, students now in eighth grade might have to switch schools twice between ninth grade and their senior year.
The Columbia College softball team had to postpone its Wednesday doubleheader against Lindenwood University. The games will be made up on April 21.
The Missouri men's golf team won the 2011 Jackrabbit Invitational with a one-shot victory over Idaho.
The bill would make sure that occupational diseases are covered by workers' compensation.
Efforts to prevent a hydrogen explosion by engineers at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant should not go unnoticed in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan.
The cuts are on one of few Fire Department layoffs in city history. The department has 600 firefighters.
The forum on bullying and conflict resolution will focus less on problems than solutions. It is sponsored by One Goal Consultants and is not open to the public.
Columbia police said the robber took the victim's wallet and ran away. The victim was not injured.
Most homeowner policies don't cover flood damage and people must buy the coverage through the National Flood Insurance Program.
The luxuries of the current work landscape need to be recognized by younger generations, and they need to realize that things like a 40-hour workweek were fought for by past generations through unions.
Sen. Claire McCaskill repaid the U.S. Treasury last week for flights she organized through a company in which she and her husband have an ownership stake.
The Rock Bridge Bruins made a good impression at the Missouri State High School Basketball Championships.
The Central Missouri Humane Society placed 2,276 animals in homes in 2010. Even with a makeover and redesign, the shelter continues to face the challenges of an average monthly animal intake of 483 animals.