Walk-About Acres is a family farm that has 80 beehives around Boone County and seeks to educate people about the importance and usefulness of bees.
The bill passed through the House would no longer allow schools to use the "last in, first out" policy of firing teachers based on seniority or tenure. The measure lists requirements of what districts should use when considering layoffs.
After the failure of the toll road proposal for Interstate 70, the Senate proposed creating a committee to study the state's needs. The committee would hold hearings after the session and report to the legislature on Jan. 1.
Interstate 70 will not be a toll road, at least for now. The Missouri Senate voted to set up a special committee to study the state's transportation infrastructure needs.
The 34-year-old woman was found April 26th and taken to a local hospital, but police have not been able to get a statement from her.
Public Works crews will be marking lane stripes on city streets, including Nifong Boulevard, Worley Street, Vandiver Drive and Old 63, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to next Thursday.
Payday lenders have long used predatory attempts to not only take advantage of Missourians, but to thwart the democratic process as well.
The Columbia Police Department took four people into custody after an incident at a suspected methamphetamine lab in Holly Park Mobile Home Village on Thursday.
A citizens group against the enterprise zone program declined to present its views to the chamber's Government Affairs Committee.
The 53,000-square-foot building will hold the biology, chemistry, forensic science, environmental science and nursing programs. It will have an auditorium, five general laboratories, eight advanced laboratories, five classrooms and 18 faculty offices.
Around 20 specially selected U.S. government documents and books from the 19th and early 20th centuries are on display as part of an event at Ellis Library.
John (Jerry) Albert Epple, Jr. passed from this earthly life on May 1, 2012, in Kansas City, Mo.
Erik Bedard struck out a season-high 11, including a team-record seven in a row, and the Pittsburgh Pirates set a club mark by fanning 17 batters Thursday in a 6-3 win over the Cardinals.
A state senator and family physician vowed Thursday to block a bill that would authorize a government database to track drug prescriptions. So far, 48 other states have authorized the use of the database.
Mike Moustakas matched a career high with three RBIs and made a defensive gem in the ninth, helping the Kansas City Royals to a 4-3 victory Thursday night over the New York Yankees, who were anxiously awaiting news on injured closer Mariano Rivera.
The budget plan for next year assumes that veterans' homes will receive a new funding stream to replace general revenues.
The piece broke the previous record for a Picasso painting sold at $106.5 million. "The Scream" is one of the most recognized pieces of artwork after the "Mona Lisa."
Bob Bowlsby will take over for interim Commissioner Chuck Neinas — who replaced the ousted Dan Beebe in September — on June 15 after six years as Stanford's athletics director.
MU seniors participated in Senior Send Off on Thursday in Francis Quadrangle. The event symbolizes their exit from the university and entrance into the next step of their lives.