On Friday, DanceWalk COMO started its parade at Artlandish Gallery and wound through downtown to end where it began.
A recent study looks at the food environment and issues with access to food in Columbia. The study found that 28 percent of the population is "food insecure."
The Columbia Water and Light Department is asking residents to curtail water usage while crews repair a malfunctioning water softening basin at the water treatment plant.
Edward Brown, 32, was arrested Thursday and charged with felonious restraint, armed criminal action and first-degree robbery.
Law enforcement officials are seeking information about vandalism that knocked down 14 tombstones.
An assessment team will arrive Sunday to evaluate MU police and determine if they are eligible for reaccreditation.
Ricky Nolasco allowed an unearned run in six innings and Jose Reyesgot the go-ahead RBI with an infield hit in the seventh, leading the Miami Marlins to a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday
The win got the Tigers (42-42) back to .500 for the first time since May 15. They had failed the last eight times when needing one win to reach the mark.
Missouri players on the USA National Softball team helped lead the team to win its sixth World Cup.
MU Faculty Council is moving forward to earlier adoption of a total smoking ban on campus. Staff Advisory Council and student groups have already approved making campus smoke-free by next July instead of January 2014.
Lane restrictions will slow traffic at the intersection of Broadway and William streets Monday for repairs. Work is scheduled for completion Friday afternoon.
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The Outstanding Service and Community Youth Achievement Award honors one youth each year for strong academics, community involvement and overall character. McCrary will attend MU in the fall and said she hopes to become a cardiothoracic surgeon.
Zack Martin, a junior at MU, shares his thoughts on growing up in the Ozarks and the stereotypes surrounding it as well as what it means to him to be part of the American Next.
Steven Tilley said the House will opt out of a special session to discuss the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's provisions on Medicaid expansion and how Missouri will handle them.
The legislation enacted Friday allows some nonviolent felony offenders to receive 30 days of credit toward their probation or parole sentences for every month they go without a violation.
Former state Treasurer Sarah Steelman, Todd Akin and businessman John Brunner are to meet at 7 p.m. Friday in St. Louis for a debate.
The legislation enacted Friday requires phone companies to cooperate with police by tracking cellphone signals of 911 callers, or by pinging a phone's location when there is danger of death or serious physical injury.
Prosecutors said Keith Kellner confronted 44-year-old Pam Kellner in December 2010 and shot her in the chest as they talked at a booth in the fast-food restaurant.
The boy was wounded in the leg and taken to a hospital in stable condition.