Rock Bridge Memorial State Park joins Missouri State Parks in National First Day Hike on Sunday.
Penalties start at 2 percent a month beginning in January and can be up to 18 percent a year.
The Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services continues to offer flu vaccines before flu season picks up.
Fatal crash involved ice on U.S. 63 at Turkey Creek Bridge
Several new laws will take effect on Jan 1, 2012, in Missouri.
As far as New Year's resolutions are concerned, I do not make any, knowing full well I will not keep them, except to say thank you to those around me.
Holiday crash reports tell how dangerous it is to be on the road during holidays.
Scientists fear potentially risky farming practices could be blunting the sophisticated weaponry of a genetically engineered corn plant that makes its own insecticide.
Conservation officials said the audit's cost calculation is misleading because it includes one-time costs such as building pens for the elk and other costs not only for the elk project.
The Oklahoma child was infected with Cronobacter sakazakii but fully recovered, health officials said Wednesday. An Illinois child also rebounded after being sickened by the bacteria. A Missouri infant who was 10 days old died.
Louisville had been one of six Division I teams that came into play Wednesday without a loss.
Common sense says the FAA should do its part to keep exhausted pilots out of the cockpit.
Missouri will host Georgia in its SEC opener on Sept. 8.
Auditor Tom Schweich said the Department of Conservation spent about $1.2 million on the program. The agency had estimated it would spend about $411,000 to introduce about 150 animals in southern Missouri.
Greg Heifner, a Columbia businessman who has been in the satellite communications business for almost 40 years, realized his dream when NASA contacted him for help developing a satellite safety network for the Mars Science Lab launch.
Families will be able to receive vouchers at certain locations and exchange them for buttons to attend the annual First Night Columbia celebration.
The Conley Poor Fund was established in the will of John C. Conley, a prominent Columbia businessman who died in 1896. The fund, meant to help Columbia's "deserving poor," started with $20,000 and has been reinvested over time.
Three motor vehicle collisions resulted in deaths over the holiday weekend in Missouri. The number of holiday traffic incidents reported by the Highway Patrol decreased from last year.
The Hickman girls basketball team beat Fatima 49-31 on Tuesday night at the National Guard Shootout in Jefferson City.