With the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M, the Southeastern Conference is tweaking its football and basketball schedules. Football coaches are having a tougher time deciding on what changes to make than their basketball counterparts.
The Missouri National Guard released memorandums revealing that three specialists and a sergeant took $776 worth of electronics from a Joplin Walmart during last year's tornado cleanup efforts.
The session officially ended Wednesday, when leaders of the House and Senate signed the bills that passed, delivered them to the governor and banged the gavel for the final time.
A decrease in cotton prices and an increase in insect problems has led to a decrease in national cotton production. But planting in Missouri has actually increased.
The legislation redirects casino fees that now benefit early childhood programs to a trust fund for the Missouri Veterans' Commission.
The St. Louis Zoo and its partners will reintroduce around 300 American burying beetles June 5 at Wah' Kon-Tah Prairie.
The National Guard said three specialists and a sergeant admitted taking electronics such as video games and a camera from a Walmart store.
Police say the two young girls who died along with two adults at a Blue Springs duplex were shot to death.
A green light filled the cockpit of a Delta flight as it approached the St. Louis airport on Monday night.
The new law requires any person selling scrap metal to present a valid identification, and dealers must keep a computer database of all transactions.
The Special Olympics State Summer Games opened Tuesday with track and field, bowling and opening ceremonies on Mel Carnahan Quadrangle.
Football coaches from the powerhouse and recently expanded league were in unison Tuesday at the SEC meetings. They want a proposed four-team playoff to include the best teams in the country — and not be tied to conference champions.
GetAbout Columbia is funding the improvements to make the intersection safer for pedestrians and drivers.
In the annual State of the City message on May 25 City Manager Mike Matthes discussed the growth of Columbia's economy and population.
Author and activist Greg LeRoy will speak about the Enhanced Enterprise Zone via webcam Thursday at the Columbia Public Library.
We can learn from history in more exciting ways than we used to. And sometimes, it is helpful to look over our shoulders and profit from past experiences.
What effects will the zone have on businesses outside the zone or homeowners in the community?
The intersection at Broadway and Providence Road offers potential to become an inviting community space. Columbia should aim to add a mall or commons that create an inspiring ambiance.
Donald Hawkins, 39, died Tuesday afternoon after colliding with median cables on the highway.
A neighborhood Memorial Day picnic was disrupted by several shots in Albert-Oakland Park's parking lot.