The news event of the week – a steer running through East Campus – prompted participation from readers, and some negative reactions to a Missourian photo.
For the second straight year, Pat "Deep Dish" Bertoletti took home Major League Eating's boneless wing eating championship. He devoured 6.75 pounds of wings in 10 minutes in Saturday's contest at the Isle of Capri Casino in Boonville.
The Mid-Missouri Radio Control Association offers a cheap alternative for those who have always wanted to fulfill their dreams of soaring through the sky.
Joe Dillard, a longtime Columbia resident, shares what you can expect to find in the humorous autobiography he recently published about his life experiences so far.
A group of 19 men competed for the state championship in Capen Park on Saturday. The competitors raced the clock as they navigated their handmade radio-controlled trucks over rocky terrain.
Mrs. Hoffman, 81, of Columbia shared a love for cooking and volunteering with both her family and the Columbia community. She died Friday.
Jerry Sandusky's lawyers said they were not prepared to go to trial due to "numerous issues."
Duncan will be at Vashon High School to highlight the importance of getting a postsecondary education.
Betty Hoffman of Columbia died Friday, June 22, 2012. She was 81.
Julia and Bill Helvey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a concert by their son Howard at the church where the couple was married.
The Missouri National Guard is partnering with churches throughout the state to provide resources to military men and women.
The mother of a Kansas City girl was arrested Friday on charges of child abuse and child endangerment.
On the 50th anniversary of the Continental Airlines Flight 11 crash, families of the victims gathered in Unionville to reflect on the event.
Matt Holliday had four hits and drove in a pair of runs, Allen Craig belted a two-run homer and finished with three RBIs, and Adam Wainwright enjoyed all that run support while shutting down the Kansas City Royals in an 8-2 victory on Saturday.
Gov. Jay Nixon is reviewing a bill that would allow students with long bus rides to transfer to schools closer to their homes.
The only direct route between Missouri and Kentucky has been shut down because of unsafe conditions on the Mississippi River.