Catholic high school's classes to start at Columbia College

Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School is set to open this fall.

Principal Kristie Wolfe wants to create an environment in which students can embrace new technology, traditional curriculum and athletics at the city's first Catholic high school.

Young receivers on Missouri football team strive to stand out

Jimmie Hunt, Marcus Lucas and Bud Sasser came to Columbia as one of the Tigers' most promising classes of receivers yet. But the Tigers return every single player that caught a pass last season, so the new players' potential alone isn't enough to get them on the field.

Final jury selection for Kahler trial concludes in an hour

The 15 men and women selected for the jury in the trial of former Columbia Water and Light director James Kraig Kahler will begin hearing witness testimony Monday morning.

Missourians opposed to Mississippi River taming effort

The plan could caused increased flooding in unprotected towns on the Mississippi River in eastern Missouri.

Missouri auditor to review state-created insurer

Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Co. agreed to the review after the threat of a public records lawsuit arose.

Meetings fuel speculation that Texas A&M is leaving Big 12

Realignment of college athletic conferences is on the agenda for a meeting of the Texas A&M board of regents and is the topic of a Texas House Committee on Higher Education hearing.

Four men arrested in connection with assault and burglary

Suspects arrested in the SWAT raid at 3709 Blue Cedar Lane have been announced.

City Council to consider postponing decision on 9th Street Summerfest

The council will review changes to the ordinance on street closings and will consider a proposition to wait to enact these changes for 60 days.

2011-12 Missouri men's basketball schedule announced

A visit from ESPN's College Gameday on Feb. 4 is the highlight of the 2011-12 men's basketball schedule.

Arrest made in connection with Check 'n Go robbery

A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of armed criminal action and first degree robbery.

Discover Archery Day a chance to get involved in the sport

The Columbia Area Archers put together an event set for Saturday to educate parents and children on how to properly participate in the sport.

Appeals court strikes down health insurance requirement

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the 26 states that had sued to block the law, which would require all Americans to carry health insurance.

Retail sales rose 0.5 percent in July

The overall increase in retail spending is a positive sign, but there are still concerns lingering for the American economy.

Greg and Shari Harmon mark 25th anniversary

Hallsville couple mark anniversary with open house.