Best-selling author and eating habits expert Brian Wansink spoke Friday night at Jesse Hall about ways to tailor your eating habits. Eating mindlessly, he said, often leads to overeating or eating unhealthy food.
Rock Bridge defeated Waynesville 2-1 in its season opener Friday.
The Missouri wrestling team has been eliminated from the NCAA Tournament.
The Boone County Purchasing Office is accepting proposals on how to renovate the courthouse plaza on 801 E. Walnut St. Discussions about how to improve the space have been going on for several months.
The Smithton Middle School sixth- and seventh-grade gifted students participated in the Doodle 4 Google contest for the third year. The contest is held to encourage creativity and expression among young people.
Students at Douglass High School are remembering the life of DeAudre Johnson and the times they spent with him.
The Mizzou Hydrogen Car Team will travel to Houston for the challenge which takes place from March 29 to April 1.
Quine Lambert wrote this poem in memory of her classmate DeAudre Johnson, who died Tuesday.
Seven Columbia School District educators were surprised in their classrooms with academic excellence awards Friday morning. They will attend an honorary banquet celebrating their accomplishments on April 12.
The Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted unanimously Friday to support two Columbia School Board proposals.
Paul Cushing is one of four candidates for the Columbia School Board. Elections will be held April 3.
Christine King is one of four candidates for the Columbia School Board. Elections will be held April 3.
Rex Cone is one of four candidates for the Columbia School Board. Elections will be held April 3.
Melvin Blase is one of four candidates for the Columbia School Board. Elections will be held April 3.
Stan Harlan's photo shows a dog at Three Creeks Conservation Area.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education annually reports data that includes grade point averages and percentages of high school graduates returning to college after the first and second semester.
Both Democrats and Republicans on the campaign trail continue to make claims that aren't backed by facts.
The Tiger softball team ended its first conference game of the season Friday night against Kansas on a walk-off home run in the bottom of the sixth inning.