The Cougars cruised past visiting Benedictine-Springfield 9-0 on Wednesday.
The final Summerfest of the season was not dampened by the wet weather, taking shelter in The Blue Note.
Missouri's General Assembly did not override any of Gov. Jay Nixon's vetoes during the annual veto session.
A 10-minute break between lunch shifts will allow cafeteria workers to replenish food and trays, quickening the process of feeding all the students.
Funds raised through the sale of ornamental bricks displayed at the garden will help fund a program that helps pay for in-home patient care.
The Columbia Police Department and MU Police alert residents of increasing catalytic converter thefts in major parking lots around the city.
The city has budgeted $250,000 for work at the park. The meeting will allow the public to voice any thoughts or concerns about the planned renovations to the park.
A woman and two men were arrested in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, in connection with the July 8 robbery of Merchants & Farmers Bank in Columbia.
The armory will screen "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil," starting at 6 p.m. Free and open to the public.
For at least two decades, fifth- and sixth-grade students from College Park Christian Academy have attended Outdoor School.
Families are welcome to meet faculty Thursday night.
A new federal report states BP contributed to the disaster through a series of decisions that added risk to the Macondo well.
The spill report chronicles investigative findings by the U.S. Coast Guard and the agency regulating offshore drilling about the Deepwater Horizon incident in 2010.
The Center for Gifted Education will host a potluck dinner for students and their families Thursday. The event will allow families from different areas to connect.
Waste Management LampTracker Inc. has agreed to pay more than $100,000 to settle violations of Environmental Protection Agency standards at its facility in Kaiser.
The adoption event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Lizzi and Rocco's Natural Pet Market.
A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order on a drug-testing program at a Missouri technical school.
The technical college recently instituted a drug testing program for all of its students, citing student safety as the main concern.
Enroll America, a new health care group made up of more than 40 member organizations, will launch Wednesday.
As of Sept. 1, more than $1 billion in insurance payments has been made to people affected by the May tornado. The storm damaged or destroyed 8,000 homes and businesses.