A Columbia man suspected of setting fires at MU's Ellis Library and a building at Stephens College could face up to 20 years in prison if he is found guilty.
A lack of employer leadership hinders employee growth and productivity and fosters complacency, which leads to poor employee performance.
Ashley Glover dreams big, but she knows that dreams take time and hard work. Glover might have put her dreams on hold for her family, but she hasn't given up and hopes to someday make it as a singer.
A new statewide evaluation system will serve as a model for Missouri school districts. A Columbia teacher conducted field testing for the new program.
First Ward Councilman Fred Schmidt said Monday that he will no longer attend meetings with the North Central Columbia Neighborhood Association after rumors questioned his residency in the First Ward.
Prolonged heat in Missouri has evaporated ponds and kept pastures that feed livestock extremely dry and nutritionally low.
Water is key in helping plants survive the Midwest's drought conditions, even for evergreens.
Columbia's 60th Fourth of July celebration will include fireworks launched from the Sixth and Cherry parking garage and live entertainment at Peace Park.
Columbia Municipal Court and the Boone County Jail have reached an agreement that will allow inmates to have video arraignments from jail. The arraignments will be for inmates with outstanding warrants or mandatory bonds that they cannot pay.
Griffith's career spanned more than a half-century on stage, film and television, but he would always be best known as Sheriff Andy Taylor in the television show set in a North Carolina town not too different from Griffith's own hometown of Mount Airy, N.C.
The Boone County Mental Health board decided in a meeting early this year to either join another group or disband until some unknown point in the future.
Tyler Colvin hit a three-run home run that put Colorado ahead in a 3-2 victory over St. Louis on Tuesday night.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff, the academic coordinator of the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, reflects on the cultural ideal of arete, noble goals pursued along lines of excellence, as it pertains to athletes today and of years long before.
Adam Lind's sixth homer was the big blow in Toronto's six-run fourth inning.
Kauffman Stadium has not hosted a postseason game since 1985, and is being transformed to host the MLB All-Star game next week.
With a desire to continue pitching, 37-year-old Chris Carpenter will undergo surgery to repair a nerve issue in his shoulder that has sidelined him since spring training.
Three elderly people have died of heat-related illnesses. All the deaths occurred in homes where the air-conditioning wasn't in use or working effectively.
The state Supreme Court issued unanimous decisions upholding the convictions and death sentences for Carman Deck and Scott McLaughlin, who both cited their neuropsychological issues was not taken into account.
In the 2012 fiscal year, Missouri reported more than $7.3 billion in general revenues, primarily from income and sales taxes. This is up more than 3.2 percent compared to the 2011 fiscal year.
The Missouri Supreme Court unanimously rejected a challenge made to a voter-approved earnings tax law on Tuesday.