Being a 'dad' is far different than being a 'father.'
Anthony Akins pleaded guilty to two reduced counts of second-degree murder Monday for the 2008 killing of two Steak 'n Shake employees.
Flash flood warnings have been issued since the breach Monday morning, which created a 30-foot-wide hole in the levee.
The board held a meeting to discuss 2011-2012 budget cuts. The main concern voiced was about the elimination of two school resource officers.
Mr. Chinn, who died last week at age 84, was well known not just for the Columbia buildings he designed, but for his love of golf and his connections to his many friends.
A second meeting of stakeholders trying to find a suitable route for the Scott's Branch Trail is scheduled for Wednesday. Fourth Ward Councilman Daryl Dudley is hopeful for a compromise.
The quartet will join a series of other music ensembles performing 7 p.m. Monday in the Chamber Music Recital at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.
Six students will perform in the show, "Crooners," with TRYPS Children's Theater Friday at Stephens Lake Park Amphitheater.
Residents of Hamburg, Iowa, and Big Lake, Mo., brace for floodwaters headed in their direction after two levee ruptures Monday. Many have already evacuated Hamburg.
Multiple safety agencies responded to a call that workers found a box of industrial explosives at APAC Missouri Inc. on Monday morning.
The summer extension of the free and reduced lunch program offers lunches to youths at Douglass Park weekdays during the school break.
The battle re-enactment and other Civil War-themed festivities will be held Thursday through Sunday. Activities for visitors of all ages will be showcased.
Two more people succumb to injuries sustained in the May 22 tornado in southwest Missouri.
A four-door Honda ran a stop sign, drove through a yard and crashed into a home on Bray Avenue, said Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Latisha Stroer.
A north Columbia residence suffered light smoke damage, said Battalion Chief Steven Sapp of the Columbia Fire Department.
Missouri residents will receive $21 million in federal aid to help several communities recover from recent tornadoes, flooding and other severe weather.
An MU study finds that BPA — a chemical commonly found in plastics and other food packaging — is absorbed through diet at a greater rate than previously understood.
A smaller shelter will be opened but a site has not been chosen. Sixty-seven people were using the shelter on Friday.
The new page, which launched last week, aggregates information on this summer's flooding along the Missouri River.
Budget and fiscal data show that cumulative revenue available for the coming fiscal year has dropped.