The airport was operating at about 60 percent of its normal level on Sunday, just two days after a historic tornado caused serious damage to the main terminal.
The most powerful tornado to hit the St. Louis area in 44 years peaked at an EF-4 level; however, no one was killed. Why?
The Tigers put pressure on the conference's best programs.
Members of Community United Methodist Church in Columbia celebrated Easter with a sunrise service and potluck breakfast.
Heavy rain is expected throughout the week and could cause rivers to rise up to 10 feet above their flood stages.
State aid for low-income senior citizens to buy prescription drugs may be about to end because the legislature hasn't moved to renew it, despite the governor's urging.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department and the Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad have pursued 118 leads so far.
Traditional sunrise services took place at churches across Columbia on Sunday.
MO-X shuttles resumed their normal schedule Sunday after the most powerful tornado in 44 years hit the St. Louis area Friday night.
Both residents of the home on Crump Lane escaped the early morning fire, but a cat died.
Two women sustained non-life threatening injuries when shots were fired on the 4300 block of Santa Barbara Drive on Saturday night around 10.
The Owls were at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport when the storm hit Friday.