Students walk from school to nearby Lion-Stephens Park, where they are picked up by their parents.
Missouri football fans took to Twitter in force to discuss the rumors about the Big 12.
Volunteers will clean the social service agency's storefront and replace summer clothes with warmer garments for fall and winter.
The New Life Community Church youth group is having a boys campout and a girls sleepover this weekend in an effort to provide fun activities that are also free.
The audit also criticized Gov. Nixon's administration for billing his travel expenses to state agencies.
Safety First Play Therapy Group is a seven-week program being held by Rainbow house to educate children on appropriate sexual behaviors.
Cougars soccer coaches John Klein and Jon Desha say they expect the school's new women's team to do well in it first season next fall.
Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer were freed under a $1 million bail deal between the U.S. and Iran after spending two years in captivity.
The Cougars won 25-2, 25-1, 25-9 on Wednesday night in St. Louis.
The Tigers lost 25-12, 25-18 and 25-21 to the Cyclones on Wednesday at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa.
The consolidation of the agencies was expected to save $3 million annually. However, a state audit released Wednesday showed that the merger has increased costs by $900,000 since January.
The panel of four will examine possible causes and effects of the record-level Missouri River flooding.
NASA anticipates the Upper Research Atmosphere Satellite will hit water, not land.
Senior Morgan Reimler shot a 79 on par-72 Tanglewood Golf Course course to earn medalist honors for the Bruins, who totaled 339 as a team. Hickman shot 364 to place second.
If the President signs off on the bill, the new courthouse in Jefferson City will be named after the long-serving Missouri senator.
Columbia residents should keep a close eye on what the president and the computer company that opened a service center in town last year promise to do for them.
Talibdin "T.D." El-Amin of St. Louis has been fined more than $500,000 for violations going back to 2006. He was recently released from federal prison on corruption charges.
Jacob Shepard, 18, pleaded guilty to stealing Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's car and ramming it into a brick wall. Shepard could spend up to seven years in prison for stealing and four years for property damage.
Sept. 30 is Blasphemy Day. But if you do celebrate it, realize that if you are going to dissent, you must also have a real and workable solution to your problem.
Forecasts show holiday retail sales are growing but not by as much as last year. Foot traffic at stores is expected to decrease.