No Kill Columbia wants the Central Missouri Humane Society to eliminate the euthanasia of adoptable animals when its shelter is at capacity, but shelter representatives say it's a complicated challenge to meet.
The UM System Board of Curators has chosen a new president, but employment agreement details must be worked out and ratified before the president can be announced by name.
Vox 5 gives users a sampling of various things going on in Columbia each weekend. The Missourian has also gone mobile, with a new site that makes reading on your smartphone easier.
MU students — 53 in total — will travel to Shreveport, La., together on the day after Christmas, thanks to a special $9.99 all-inclusive deal.
At its December meeting in St. Louis, the UM System Board of Curators focused on the financial challenges facing the system and discussed a proposal to increase tuition and course fees to help account for declining state support.
Chris Stevens will take over for Connie Kacprowicz as manager of the Office of Cultural Affairs.
After convincing wins over California and Villanova, much hype has surrounded the No. 10 Tigers. Missouri is an improved team, but the Tigers are focused on what they haven't accomplished yet in their 8-0 start.
Still, the current Democratic Party representative of the 25th District in the Missouri House of Representatives, will face incumbent Republican Kurt Schaefer in the 2012 election.
A 5-foot-9-inch forward on the Hickman girls basketball team, Emily Miller has one role: To shoot. After the Kewpies lost their two leading scorers, Miller, a freshman, is leading the team with 18.8 points per game.
DeShannon Turner, 30, was arrested on suspicion of four separate drug-related charges after two searches of his person revealed PCP and cocaine.
The grants, which are part of the Caring for Missourians initiative, will be awarded for the 2012, 2013 and 2014 fiscal years. MU will be receiving nearly $150,000 in 2012.
Three seniors from Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools are hosting a benefit concert to raise money for the VAC's Youth Enrichment Fund Friday night, as well as an all- night Flute-a-Thon.
Let it be said that Albert Pujols leaves St. Louis owing the fans and the city nothing. The ledger is clean. He never gave less than full effort, never demanded anything from anyone that he did not demand of himself.
Neighbors should always be ready to help families in need — especially during the holidays.
Fairview United Methodist Church will host its Bethlehem re-creation event for the 19th time Friday through Sunday.
Missouri's employment rate dropped three-tenths of a point during November. Despite the fall in the unemployment rate, the state lost 3,300 jobs during the month.
People can visit the organization's website and browse through its online holiday giving catalog, selecting from more than 20 symbolic gifts to purchase for, or in honor of, a loved one during the holiday season.
The University of New Hampshire has been researching dwarf tomato plants as holiday decorations. Along with being a decorative way for people to grow their own food, the plants blend in with the traditional holiday colors: red and green.
A Missouri-based company recalls three dry dog food products because of high levels of aflatoxin.
Missouri utility regulators have approved a proposal for partnership that will bring refined coal to an Ameren Missouri power plant.