Institutions in Columbia and mid-Missouri have made changes to meet the needs of a growing Latino population.
Mike Alden, MU athletics director, released a list of updates in regards to the fast-approaching 2012 athletic season.
After 20 years away from the sport, Angie Turner began running again with the intention to qualify for the Olympics.
Mediacom customers were without Internet service for several hours Tuesday after electrical contractors accidentally cut a fiber communications line.
The U.S. claimed several medals Tuesday, winning gold in women's gymnastics, soccer and swimming. Michael Phelps won the silver medal in 200 butterfly race, and the gold in the 4x200 men's freestyle relay. He now holds the Olympic record for most medals.
A comprehensive investigation by the Milken Institute found Columbia to be the fourth-best small metropolitan area to age in.
From helping farmers to reforming the corrections system, candidates for area House and Senate seats share their priorities if elected.
Supporters of a sales tax to fund mental health services for children and adolescents submitted more than 8,200 signatures in support of a November vote.
Freedom is considered a core value of American life, but what happens when individuals start using those freedoms to harm others? Rose Nolen offers her take on the complexity of freedom in America.
Janet Thompson has raised the most money among the four Democratic candidates for Boone County's Northern District commissioner, receiving support from lawyers, friends and family. The two Republican candidates, Lance Robbins and Don Bormann, have both raised about $10,000 with Robbins having a slight advantage.
The program should be more rightfully named Congress Care, a Columbia resident writes.
Mark Woodrow Williams died Saturday, July 28, 2012. He was 64 years old.
Jerome "Jerry" Antel, of Columbia, died Sunday, July 29, 2012. He was 88 years old.
Torn ligaments and missed work have prompted one Columbia citizen to call out the Columbia City Council on the conditions of the sidewalks.
Columbia Metro Rotary recently installed its new officers for the Rotary year 2012-2013.
The Columbia Gators 11 and under baseball team took the gold in the Show Me Games on Sunday, July 29.
Jerry Antel died Sunday, July 29, 2012. He was 88 years old.
Mark Woodrow Williams, 64, of Kansas City, died Saturday, July 28, 2012.
Voting is a unique privilege, and everyone should take advantage of it by voting at every available opportunity.
The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Colorado Rockies 11-6 Tuesday night.