Bob Patterson, who began playing golf in 1976, won a silver medal in this year's Missouri State Senior Games. Despite a rocky recovery process from a rare disease, Patterson is now back in action.
Family, health and friendship motivate football throwers to compete in the Missouri State Senior Games
A former University of Texas quarterback, an 18-year veteran of the games and a first-timer share their reasons for participating in the games
Kendall and Katrina Mathews are leaving Columbia for a new assignment with the Salvation Army in St. Louis.
This week the Sports Journalism Institute met with young journalists to talk about storytelling and interviewing.
Recent research conducted at MU revealed that young adults who are actively exploring their sexual identities in college might be more likely to misuse alcohol. The study draws from data on 2,068 MU students in the early 2000s.
William Cannon, 82, and Ed True, 80, are the only doubles shuffleboard team over 80 years old at this year's Missouri State Senior Games in Columbia.
Brian Smith, already Missouri's longest-tenured head coach, agrees to a five-year deal.
City officials are working on a strategic plan at this year's annual retreat.
Before the 6:30 p.m. meeting at City Hall, a public hearing on the proposed 2012-13 budget will be held.
This year's active duty suicide among U.S. troops totals 154 through June 3, an 18 percent increase from the same period last year. The upward trend has concerned some officials.
The Odle brothers bought 1116 Locust St. from the Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City on Wednesday.
The Columbia community has always been kind to Special Olympics, and the city really rolled out the red carpet for this event.
Josh Tomlin scattered eight hits over seven innings, Johnny Damon hit a two-run homer and the Cleveland Indians beat St. Louis 6-2 Friday night to send the Cardinals to their seventh loss in 10 games.
Erik Bedard pitched seven solid innings, Neil Walker had three hits and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Friday night for their 10th victory in the last 13 games.
I'll Have Another's bid for the first Triple Crown in 34 years ended shockingly Friday when the colt was withdrawn from Saturday's Belmont Stakes and forced into retirement due to a swollen tendon.
The Central Missouri Humane Society will offer vouchers for a free spaying or neutering July 11. The event is part of its effort to combat pet overpopulation.
Boone Hospital Center celebrated the completion of its healing garden on Friday. The garden provides a location for patients, visitors and staff members to escape from the stresses of the hospital.
The south side of the Walnut Street sidewalk will be closed between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Gordon "Gomez" Sackett, of Columbia, died June 6, 2012. He was 53 years old.
Gordon Sackett, 53, had a passion for almost anything he could do outside.