Rock Bridge High School beat Hogan Prep 86-79 by controlling all four overtime minutes.
Tyler McGill and Frederick Bousquet, who both train with Auburn Aquatics in Auburn, Ala., took gold and silver in the 100-meter butterfly race, respectively.
Richard Bihomora's first and final basket for the Hickman boys basketball team was a buzzer-beater 3-pointer causing the team, coach and crowd to go crazy.
Heese has been quilting for 13 years but has only just recently started her own business. She has created a fabric line and published three books in her first three years as a professional quilter.
The Columbia School Board will vote on Scenario B for secondary attendance boundaries at its meeting tonight.
Starting Monday, credit cards and phones will be eligible for use to pay for some downtown parking.
DEAR READER: New dictionary sparks memories about words; Jim Terry tops entries in Show Me the Error contest
Like Prometheus bringing light to the mortals, words bring understanding to our world. And, there's nothing like a new dictionary to help us use words in the best possible way.
Temperatures will drop well below freezing Friday night and continue to be low throughout the weekend.
Walsh's presentation Thursday gave parents advice on nurturing infants, keeping their children healthy and teaching them effectively.
The Missouri gymnastics team placed third at Friday night's Illinois Gymnastics Institute's Chicago Style Meet with a 195.525 team score.
Columbia resident Cheryl M. Darrough was appointed by Gov. Nixon to the Appellate Judicial Commission. Residents Jeffrey Nichols and Russell Unger were nominated for other commissions.
After raising funds from its Mid-Missouri Restaurant Week, the Mid-Missouri Restaurant Association will present the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri with a donation for the Buddy Pack program.
At the second day of the Missouri Law Review Symposium named "Cyberbullying: Emerging Realities and Legal Challenges," three experts shared the effects of cyberbullying on youth.
J. Karl Miller's recent column skewed statistics and muddled important details of the effects of increasing minimum wage.
Households with incomes of $50,000 or less are eligible to receive free tax assistance from local volunteers.
The Missouri Grand Prix, in which Olympic hopefuls compete, started Friday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.
The meet, which runs Friday through Sunday, will be headlined by 19 U.S. national team swimmers, including Lezak, Matt Grevers and Amanda Weir. The event is the third meet of seven in this year's Grand Prix Series, which will lead up to the Olympic Trials, to be held June 25 to July 2 in Omaha, Neb.
Portrait artist Joe Vick of Lyles, Tenn., was at the Boone County Draft Horse and Mule Sale this weekend, selling his art to customers of the sale. Vick, a father of 10 children, travels around the country selling 5-minute portraits as well as other original art.
The Royals have agreed to terms with 12 players who will be participating with the team at spring training in Surprise, Ariz., later this month.
The Sidney Kimmel Foundation awarded scientists at MU a five-year, $5.5 million gift to help focus on efforts in the search for new energy sources.
On Feb. 11 The Blue Note will host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. The festival will feature environmental documentaries. One featured film, "Big Muddy Clean Sweep" chronicles volunteers' experiences while they spent weeks cleaning the banks of the Missouri River.