Five Columbia churches came together at Douglass Park to celebrate Juneteenth, an event marking the end of slavery. The event will continue Sunday.
Candidates seeking re-election or vying for political office gave stump speeches Saturday at the Hallsville Heritage Days festival.
Providing animals for rodeos isn't as simple as loading up cows in a semi and then driving to the event. Choosing which animals to send to each rodeo is a complicated process.
More than 200 people gathered at Hickman High School for a Harry Potter trivia night on Friday. The ticket sales went toward The Eliminate Project, an effort between UNICEF and Kiwanis International to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus worldwide.
Roxie Campbell, a park naturalist at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park, said that she had never seen so many bats fly out of the caves during the park's bat program.
Columbia resident Linda Green feels the evidence in support of EEZs is scant and that their implementation in Columbia could lead to economic trouble.
Thelma L. Halbert, of Frostproof, Fla., died June 7. She was 89.
Krishna Fogle shares her experiences with contra dancing in mid-Missouri.
Matt Holliday hit a home run and drove in five runs in St. Louis' 10-7 win over Kansas City on Saturday.
Across the expanded Republican heartland, party leaders confronted the uncomfortable reality that it's easier to propose ideas than to act on them and that they may have run through most of the issues they agree on.
Whether they say it out loud or acknowledge it at all, that work-home divide traditionally reserved for the Mommy Wars can also rear between dads — those who go off to the office every day and those in the trenches with the kids.
Nearly half of the town's 150 residents packed a City Council meeting Wednesday in support of the proposed plant and the more than 50 jobs it could bring.
Nearly 5,000 online messages, emails and letters have been sent to Gov. Jay Nixon as he considers a bill saying no employer or health care provider has to provide coverage for contraception, sterilization or abortion.
Although the legality of Obama's Affordable Care Act can be a tricky issue to understand, it all boils down to a handful of possible scenarios that could come from the Supreme Court's ruling on the issue.
A cow who survived a crash on Interstate 70 is now living at the Sunflower Hills Golf Course in Bonner Springs, Kan. But Bessie, the cow, can't be caught.
Officer Phil Menendez suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after suffering a severe electrical shock in the field. He's caught in pension purgatory as the Police Department won't let him work, and the pension board won't let him retire on disability.