Professional bull rider Matt Dunsmore competed in Ashland's Cattlemen Days Rodeo.
Students and staff at Columbia Independent School flew hundreds of balloons on Friday as school's long tradition.
Kayaker Bob Bellingham made a stop in Columbia and shared advice and encouragement with locals who want to follow his path.
Todd Akin reaffirmed his commitment to running for U.S. Senate in a news conference Friday in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield.
Michael Sam, a starting defensive end for Missouri, acts differently depending on the situation. On the field, he's a warrior. Off of it, he carries a lighter tune.
Donations are also being sought from businesses outside the city.
Neighbors gathered to comfort the family as they watched smoke billow from their roof.
As the state of Missouri deals alternately with "exceptional" and "extreme" drought, an unexpected benefit has emerged. Tornadoes have occurred with much less frequency, due in large part to the sweltering dryness.
GoTopless protest is expected to persist in Peace Park till Sunday while eliciting unpleasant reactions from communities across the country.
The Columbia Library District Board of Trustees will hold a public meeting on Monday to vote on implementing its new tax rate for 2013.
The Tigers will play the Southeastern Louisiana Lions for their first game.
St. Joseph Street is one long block just north of downtown Columbia, an old street with a few homes dating from the 1800s and plenty of big trees. The street may see changes soon because of a Boone County Family Resources plan to build housing there.
Hickman's second-year football coach is looking to establish a winning culture and build off his successful first season.
Quarterback Logan Twehous credits his father for giving him the focus to lead Rock Bridge's football team.
Missouri volleyball defeated North Florida, 3-0, and Virginia Tech, 3-1, in its first two matches of the 2012 Tiger Invitational. Sophomore Whitney Little had 23 kills and seven blocks against the Hokies.
Columbia Housing Authority partners with other organizations to come up with alternative areas to establish affordable housings after failing to do so on Deluxe Inn property.
The Kewpies took the lead early and managed to hold off Lee's Summit North.
A Columbia man pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder in the slaying of Aletha Turner in December 2010. He is likely to serve nearly 23 years before he is eligible for parole.
Starting Wednesday, the public is allowed to use the two new J-turns established as the first portion of U.S. 63 and Route H interchange project.
The Missouri School Breakfast Challenge will grant cash awards to school districts with 20 percent increase in breakfast consumption during the 2012-2013 school year.