The No. 12 Missouri softball team started conference play 5-1 on the road. This weekend the Tigers will play host as the No. 20 Texas A&M Aggies come to town for a game Saturday afternoon and late Sunday morning.
The society surpassed its goal of $100,000 and will be able to perform at the Hot Summer Nights Music Festival.
Questions will address communication between residents and government, neighborhood services, unresolved storm water issues and customer service, among other things.
The Columbia Terminal Railroad will be replacing the track and surface of a railroad crossing near the municipal power plant.
Hanuscin, an associate professor of science education and physics, was awarded the last of five fellowships on Friday morning.
Those with permits for the garage should park in the Fifth and Walnut garage.
The 66-year-old Stein House in downtown Boonville was heavily damaged by fire Thursday. Investigators are focusing on the kitchen as the cause of the fire.
The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center will host friends and family members of cancer victims at 10 a.m. Saturday for a service to honor those who lost their lives to cancer.
Journalists often bear witness to a variety of traumas following natural and national disasters. This type of reporting can take a mental and physical toll on the reporters who cover these events.
He was being held in the Boone County Jail without bond.
Legislator says the data on head injuries would help schools find better ways to protect students.
Amy Woodall once prayed over her cabinets to help fill them. Her resolution was the art of coupons, and she is determined to make sure others know how to utilize the craft as she did.
A group of 14 men came together with the help of the Mathews-Dickey Boys' & Girls' Club to mentor 100 students at Yeatman-Liddell Middle School, a poor-performing school in an economically-poor area of north St. Louis.
Nearly 75 percent of those surveyed were only somewhat or not at all confident that the U.S. government is prepared to handle a nuclear emergency. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is reviewing safety at the 104 nuclear reactors nationwide.
Police say contractors working on a nearby house found the body early Thursday. An autopsy will be performed in Columbia; the man has not yet been identified.
The family received a letter from the city last month saying that a neighbor had complained about traffic and noise from their daughters' Girl Scout Cookies stand.
A temporary federal spending measure expires at midnight Friday. A government shutdown would furlough workers considered nonessential, while essential workers would stay on the job.