Various students from Ridgeway, Benton, Parkade and Shepard Boulevard Elementary schools were asked to recount the coolest thing they learned or did this year.
The ongoing spirit of the Missourian's Show Me the Errors contest parallels the witty and intellectual look at word usage and editing taken in some of author Bill Bryson's books.
Two-time presidential candidate John Edwards has pleaded not guilty to charges that he solicited and spent more than $925,000 to hide his mistress and their baby from the public.
The physician famous for advocating and for assisting with suicide died Friday.
Two-time presidential candidate John Edwards was charged with soliciting and hiding more than $925,000 to hide his mistress and their baby.
A new study found that many Web users worry about businesses monitoring their online activities but that still doesn't stop them from continuing with online activities.
Exploring the finer points of how the Missourian decides whether it's a "drive-thru" or a "drive-through."
Thursday’s loss to No. 4 Florida marked the Tigers' fifth consecutive loss at the Women’s College World Series. They play Oklahoma at 1:30 p.m on Saturday.
Outside the stadium hosting the Women's College World Series, young players get a hand up from college athletes.
Job growth in May was the lowest in eight months.
Some are blaming the Army Corps of Engineers for sudden flood threats in South Dakota. Corps officials insist this is not the case.
The league has decided to equally divide 76 percent of its income from television, an increase from the previous distribution of 57 percent of TV dollars among the former 12 teams.
A total of four Missouri football games will be televised, and others may be picked at a later date.
City Manager Mark Rohr said a public meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday in Taylor Auditorium at Missouri Southern State University.
Riverside Police Chief Greg Mills says 31-year-old officer Jefferson "Jeff" Taylor died Friday at a Springfield hospital, where he had been a patient since he was struck by lightning May 23.
Joplin bond agents are divided on whether to post bail on those arrested for looting in the wake of the recent tornado.
Missouri capital city looks to upgrade its tornado sirens in the wake of recent Joplin tornadoes.
Roger Gadbois, Columbia's volunteer of the month, hopes his recognition will generate interest in Columbia's Street Tree Assessment Team.
Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in two counties. Volunteer evacuations are taking place in others.
After opening in 2003, Columbia Hope Episcopal Church is closing its doors due to low attendance and funding. The church will hold its last service June 26.