Missouri Assessment Program data for 2012 shows some positive and some negative changes in student performance since last year.
Passed down through generations, a Higbee company makes over 5,000 wine barrels a year.
MU researchers find that down times in the economy prompt more people to start their own businesses, particularly in rural areas.
Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett made a 40-yard field goal to win practice for the Missouri offense, but the made kick meant consequences for Baggett and the Missouri defense.
Only a handful of tickets are left for this year's Boone Dawdle.
A grant from the Missouri Division of Highway Safety will allow the Columbia Police Department to increase its presence in school zones during August.
The event begins at 11 a.m. More than 40 LGBT-friendly businesses and organizations have rented exhibit booths, which will be set up along Cherry Street and in the Deja Vu parking lot.
The author of the 2006 article at the center of the plagiarism investigation of two MU researchers was the first to raise concerns.
We get to decide who and what is important in our lives. We get to move stuff around in our schedules. We get to say yes or no.
A weekend in Oxford, Mississippi means a combination of football and William Faulkner.
The Boone County Fire Protection District is testing an innovative nozzle that is more portable and includes a built-in safety feature.
Rock Bridge defensive coordinator Justin Conyers will coach one final year with the Bruins before becoming Battle High School's first head football coach in 2013.
The Olympic Games inspire people across the world, but they also have been a source of tragedy. Gene Robertson discusses how the Olympics have inspired him, and how we can use them to encourage positive values in society.
Some Columbia residents took advantage of the cooler temperatures and spent the day outside at Stephens Lake Park.
Columbia police officers found the driver's property in the suspects' home on Quail Drive. The suspects were charged with third-degree assault and second-degree robbery.
In Asheville, N.C., last year's GoTopless event will degrade culture, women and Columbia.
William Daniel Foley, of Columbia, died Saturday, Aug. 11. He was 74.
Thomas Alan Wood, of Columbia, died Monday, Aug.14, 2012. He was 51.
Tom Wood, 51, of Columbia died Monday, August 13, 2012.
William Daniel Foley, 74, of Columbia died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012.