Sapp has served as battalion chief of the Columbia Fire Department since 2005. He has worked in the department for more than 22 years.
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act passed by Congress in 2010. Here's a look at some resources that explain the impact of the law and what it means for individuals.
Val Germann, a member of the Central Missouri Astronomical Association, details what you can expect to find in the night sky this summer and how to find it.
The race features running, swimming and biking events for individuals ages 6 to 15. Participants can register from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at the park.
The source of the second fire at 4301 Vermont Court on Wednesday has been confirmed as a smoldering ember in the attic, said Capt. John Metz of the Columbia Fire Department.
The vice chancellor of MU Health Care commented on Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court.
The Columbia City Council has approved an annual salary of nearly $60,000, including benefits, for a new employee who will focus on promoting the Columbia Transit System.
The injured were taken to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening gunshot wounds. No arrests have been made at this time.
Ryan Schmidt, former Daniel Boone Little League All-Star, shares his experiences in baseball and tells how they inspired him to give baseball lessons this summer.
In light of the Supreme Court's ruling on the federal health care law, Missouri politicians are preparing to make decisions on expanding Medicaid in the state and creating a state-based insurance exchange.
President Barack Obama cast the Supreme Court's election-year vindication of his sweeping federal health care law as a victory for the American people.
People in the United States soon will find out if President Barack Obama's health care overhaul can work as advertised to provide coverage to millions of uninsured while also keeping costs in check.
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold Obamacare seriously damages the principle of limited government, and in the process fails American families.
The Affordable Care Act is legal, and likely here to stay. Thus wiser states will get serious about moving ahead with its provisions to insure medical and financial security for all Americans.
Attorney General Eric Holder was found to be in criminal contempt of Congress. It was the first time a sitting Cabinet member has been held in contempt.
As soaring temperatures scorch Missouri, some communities are canceling their Fourth of July fireworks displays or telling residents not to shoot off their personal stashes of bottle rockets and Roman candles.
Two Missouri museums are collaborating with the Springfield-Greene County Library District to create a digital archive of the state's World War I history.
After a 5-4 decision, Chief Justice John Roberts said this law is a valid exercise of Congress' authority to "lay and collect taxes."
Former Missouri players Kim English, Marcus Denmon and Ricardo Ratliffe are hoping to be chosen during Thursday's NBA Draft, which begins at 6:30 p.m. in Newark, N.J. and will be televised on ESPN.
Who is the Kansas City Sports Trust, and how could its members — or anyone — come up with $30 million to give away?