The prospect from Kenton, Ohio, made an unofficial visit to Missouri on Thursday.
Kyle Busch won the inaugural Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night, and Columbia native Carl Edwards finished fifth.
Shelly Frazier, 40, and Kate Walker, 62, compete in women's powerlifting competitions. They say the sport helps them stay active.
The drowning of an MU international couple raises questions about whether the university should provide water safety information and encourage swim lessons, especially among those from countries with few opportunities to learn the skill.
Participants from places such as Burma, Iraq and East Africa were welcomed to the Columbia Farmers' Market and introduced to the local food community
An 18-year old man was shot in the hip at his home.
A man left the scene with an undisclosed amount of money.
Engineers and professors from Missouri, Nebraska and Illinois discuss the effectiveness of different types of levees. Flooding forecasts can be followed at the National Weather Service's website.
The population of Fort Leonard Wood has grown significantly since the 2000 census, after the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure process.
As the U.S. population ages, its cities must change the way they design their infrastructure to make them more senior-friendly.
Despite its incredible pricetag and the fact that it made less than half the promised flights, there were some
NASA's space shuttle program is ending for reasons that include cost and the age of the shuttles but also because NASA is ready for deeper exploration.
The former first lady was known for her candor, support for causes more liberal than her husband's and her dedication to helping those with addictions.
A veteran space reporter reminisces about the 99 shuttle launches she's witnessed during her career.