Police continue searching for four suspects in a robbery that occurred early Monday morning at the Phillips 66 Petro Mart on Ash Street.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics can tell you how many people were in unions dating back to 1989, and you can compare those figures with national statistics.
The parks department has plans to rebuild bridges in Clyde Wilson Memorial Park, but plans have not been approved. One bridge has already been rebuilt by a Boy Scout troop.
A spokeswoman for the Columbia Public Works Department said the contractor for the addition to the City Hall is responsible for fixing the problem and that it won't be at the city's expense.
The rising price of gasoline has some Columbians rethinking their driving habits and summer vacation plans.
Warmer weather brings swimsuit season, which highlights harmful expectations about gender roles.
College students who participate in programs such as Alternative Spring Break prove that young adults care about more than partying.
We college students should be judged based on our behavior, rather than on the assumption that we are wild and crazy because of our age.
Think mid-March debauchery is unique to modern college students? It turns out many spring break traditions are rooted in history.
Taking a step back and thinking can keep you from making a mistake that lasts well beyond spring break.
An Associated Press-Viacom poll found a majority of respondents believe they will face future financial hardships, but 90 percent think they will find happiness in their careers.
Will Echelmeier and Wilson Sundvold led the Bruins to a first place finish.
The 10-term Democratic congressman from northeast Missouri died Saturday after several bouts with pneumonia.
With limited money and other resources, Planned Parenthood helps make sure that we use them wisely.
The Columbia chapter of the American Red Cross has more than 270 volunteers who respond to many different needs in the area.