College students have especially taken to slacklining because it is relatively inexpensive, can be set up almost anywhere and is extremely entertaining.
The Public Service Commission voted 5-0 to approve the rate increase that is estimated to raise the average residential electricity bill by about $8 per month.
City Manager Mike Matthes joined a meeting with the Columbia Regional Airport Advisory Board on Wednesday. He asked that the board submit a strategic plan in the next few months to the Columbia City Council.
Republican Sen. Roy Blunt and Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill backed the legislation, which was approved Wednesday by the Senate public works committee.
Local hospitals are offering healthier foods in their cafeterias and restaurants to employees and visitors. But the cost can make those efforts a hard sell.
The change isn't likely to affect campus gun policies, though some of the bill's supporters are calling for it.
People may get all excited about the suffering of cats, but they don't seem to use common sense. They are feeding the very ones who can already help themselves.
University of Missouri curator’s professor Randy Prather received a $50,000 prize Tuesday for his mammalian embryo research.
Veron Wilson received the maximum sentence for violating the civil rights of four inmates and lying to the FBI.
Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies arrested Elizabeth Moffett, 36, after receiving reports of a suspicious person in the 1300 block of Wagon Trail Heights.
Jacquies Smith and Brad Madison were named to the watch list for the award, which is given to the nation's top down lineman.
The show will be July 20 at The Blue Note.
Penn is accused of plagiarism in more than a dozen columns over the past few years.
Residents are beginning to propose ideas for how to rebuild the tornado-ravaged city.
Twenty-nine-year-old Jorge Corranza was struck by a Cadillac DeVille in Fenton.
The man died after going off of a water slide in Camden County.
LightSquared pledges to bring broadband to most of the U.S. by 2015. Missouri representatives in Washington, D.C., should help find a solution to the GPS v. LightSquared debate.
Like Minnesota, the NBA and NFL, Missouri government could shut down, too. State Democrats and Republicans need to act like adults.
The art of tasteful and appropriate dress has declined, and more lenient interpretations of dress codes have regrettably led to an "anything goes" mentality.
Extending bus service should be the city manager's top priority, and he should ask residents for ideas on where to cut costs so the city can come up with the bus budget.