Traffic will be restricted on Waugh Street between Paquin and Locust streets on Monday for street repairs.
Traffic on West Boulevard North will be reduced to one lane Tuesday due to sewer repairs.
Seventh Street will close between Cherry Street and Broadway next week due to underground electrical maintenance.
The annual skateboarding event at Cosmopolitan Park celebrates the sport and safe choices.
A 28-year-old Columbia resident was arrested and charged with armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon in connection with the shootings at Albert-Oakland Park on Monday.
A university that doesn't value astute thinking and literary craft and surrenders the chance to promulgate them is simply contributing — eagerly, in this case, it would seem — to the continued decline of the culture.
Boone County National Bank presented the 11th Annual Voluntary Action Center’s Spring Into Action, which was held on May 22 at the University Club.
Felipe Paulino kept the scuffling Athletics at bay for six innings to give Oakland its season-worst ninth straight loss.
Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in New York Mets' 51-season history, beating the Cardinals 8-0.
The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission has denied a proposal from the St. Louis Rams to upgrade the 17-year-old Edward Jones Dome.
Wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin and offensive tackle Branden Albert were both absent at a Kansas City Chiefs practice Friday.
The St. Louis Cardinals have added Skip Schumaker to the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring, and activated first baseman and corner outfielder, Allen Craig.
The Southeastern Conference on Friday affirmed its football and basketball scheduling formats and set Missouri as Arkansas' cross-division rival.
The Kansas City Royals have recalled infielder Yuniesky Betancourt from his minor league rehab assignment and optioned Irving Falu to Triple-A Omaha.
On Friday, the Southeastern Conference took an official stance in support of a proposed four-team playoff for the national title.
Between now and when the redistricting process starts anew in 2020, Missourians owe it to themselves fix the process' inequities.