Angela Harvey has pleaded guilty and received a life sentence for her role in the 2009 murder of an Ohio man.
A meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at The Crossing church to discuss legal options for tenants of Regency Trailer Park.
The data center bill would create tax breaks for new server storage facilities in Missouri.
The Kewpies are still looking for their second win of the season after losing to defending Class 2 state champion Hermann on Monday.
Sophomore Breanna Logan pitched six scoreless innings in Rock Bridge's 10-0 victory Monday. It hasn't always been so easy, though; Logan had to overcome a frightening injury to get where she is now.
The Missourian talked to Hickman coach Arnel Monroe on Monday as the 2-2 Kewpies began to prepare to face another 2-2 team, Helias Catholic.
The Columbia City Council approved a grant that would help the city create a sustainable wetland and reuse water from storm and ground runoff.
Natural Grocers is set to open its doors at the Stadium Blvd. location Sept. 27.
Jasper County Emergency Services dispatchers are collecting locations of rural storm shelters to alert emergency responders during a natural disaster or emergency.
Stewart picked up his first win of the season Monday, a day after rain washed out the opening round of the 10-race Chase. Columbia native Carl Edwards was fourth.
The digital equivalent of coupons and other newspaper inserts will start appearing Monday on the mobile phone applications of 40 major newspapers, including the New York Daily News, the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune.
The proposed changes would require the Army Corps of Engineers to adjust upstream water levels in reservoirs on the Missouri River to prevent downstream flooding.
The Hickman softball team defeated Hallsville 10-0 on Monday at Antimi Fields.
WellPoint Inc., the largest health benefits company in the nation, will be using the supercomputer "Watson" to help decide on treatment possibilities faster than ever.
Irrationality continues to infect health care discussions, even as the Affordable Care Act is showing positive results.
Discriminating against the unemployed when it comes to hiring is currently legal, but it may not be for much longer.
In remembrance of a 3-year-old who fatally shot himself with his father's pistol in July, more than 1,000 books from around the world will be donated to the elementary school the boy would have attended.
The road show was scheduled for September in recognition of Missouri Archaeology Month. Residents can bring their artifacts to have them identified, but buying and selling artifacts will be prohibited.
President Barack Obama chose the Missouri congressman, along with a congresswoman from New York, to be representatives for the U.S. at the meeting.
The Postal Service lost $8.5 billion last year and cut more than 100,000 workers in the last few years. The one-day reduction of delivery would help cut the massive losses.