The Peoria Journal Star reported that Timothy "Kelly" Needham, 21, of Peoria, Ill., died Saturday morning after a two-car collision on Monday afternoon in northern Wisconsin.
The Columbia City Council will vote on a resolution to appropriate $50,000 for the design of a new terminal at Monday's meeting. The council will also consider transferring funds to build a new baggage claims area.
The Mid-Missouri Pride Fest held its third annual interfaith worship service Sunday afternoon. Leaders from more than six different faiths took part in the service. The festival ran all day Sunday in downtown Columbia.
Officers James Meyer and Jamie Dowler began patrolling the Douglass Park area in May. Now nicknamed "Starsky and Hutch," the two are becoming agents for change in the neighborhood.
In 2010, Tigers receiver Gahn McGaffie made one of the biggest plays in the team's history. Now, he's trying to distance himself from that play by producing more memorable moments in his senior season.
Missouri soccer improved its record to 2-0 after beating UC Santa Barbara on Sunday afternoon.
Barbara Ann Kay of Gravois Mills, formerly of Columbia, died Friday, Aug. 17, 2012. She was 73.
The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the St. Louis Cardinals in the longest game in the majors this season, which took 6 hours, 7 minutes to finish.
Since the landing of NASA's newest Mars rover, flight director David Oh's family has taken the unusual step of tagging along as he leaves Earth time behind and syncs his body clock with the red planet.
The Republican congressman was interviewed on "The Jaco Report" on KTVI, a St. Louis television station, and also talked about numerous campaign issues, such as voter ID laws, the economy and Medicare.
The Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 on Sunday to complete a three-game series sweep.
Greg Biffle took the points lead at the NASCAR Sprint Cup race Sunday after leader Jimmie Johnson left the track because of engine trouble.
Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan has proposed a plan to allow younger workers to divert more than one-third of their Social Security taxes into personal accounts.
All of the options carry political risks because they have the potential to affect nearly every U.S. family while raising the ire of powerful interest groups. But the sooner changes are made, the more subtle they can be because they can be phased in slowly.
The Mid-Missouri Pride Fest, MU's annual Tiger Walk and Columbia College's Storm the Gate were among the events Sunday in downtown Columbia.