A new biking class at Douglass High School received a donation of $3,000 this month.
John Hall took a drive through Columbia's back roads Saturday and shared his photographs of the experience.
The Kewpies lost 42-37 on Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Class 5, District 9 tournament.
If the request is granted, the changes could go into effect as early as this fall in Missouri.
More and more baby boomers are admitting that they will probably continue working, even though they are approaching the traditional age of retirement. While some admit this stems from not saving enough while they were younger, others reference the difficult economic times.
A central Missouri trial judge declared the legislation that created the fund unconstitutional.
Missouri lawmakers rejected a proposal that would lead to higher property taxes for the state's highest-producing farms.
The plan cuts money available for Missouri Lottery prizes and uses it for early childhood education programs. Missouri Gaming Commission money currently given to early childhood education programs would go to veterans' homes.
States are allowed to seek a waiver from the law's requirements after President Barack Obama said they are allowed to request an exemption last fall.
The measure was one of only two approved by the Missouri legislature last fall, but Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green struck it down, calling the legislation unconstitutional.
Blake Litton's mother and her boyfriend were charged last week with second-degree murder, but the boyfriend originally told police the child was killed during a hit-and-run on the highway.
House Majority Leader Tim Jones said it would be hard to pass new ethics legislation in an election year.
Norm Jolly performed live music at a Mardi Gras celebration at Jazz, at 217 N. Stadium Boulevard.
The proposal would allow any employer to refuse to provide coverage for the medical services if the services violate the employer's beliefs.
The sender complained about high gasoline prices and made threatening references to former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and four Missouri senators.
Matthew Teter has been placed on unpaid leave while St. Louis police investigate allegations of a domestic assault.
Republicans say employers shouldn't have to pay for medical services they find morally objectionable. Some Democrats say the intent of the bill is to make it harder for women to get birth control.
The epicenter of a magnitude 4.0 earthquake was located near East Prairie. The earthquake, although causing only minor damage including broken windows and minor cracks in windows and walls, was felt across nine states.
Missouri native Brad Pitt's foundation will help renovate a closed Kansas City school into affordable housing. The Make It Right Foundation was started after flooding in New Orleans, and the Kansas City project will be its second outside of New Orleans.
In a 12-0 vote, a Missouri House veterans committee has backed legislation that would boost funding for veterans' homes. The increased funding would come from cutting lottery prize funds by about 3.5 percent.