Dan and Teresa Nelson celebrate six months of open doors, with plenty of laughs along the way.
Brad McNulty, a redshirt freshman, was called on to play center after left tackle Elvis Fisher was injured during Missouri's loss to Georgia. Not even a lost shoe could stop him from impressing his teammates and coaches.
Jo Sapp had a passion for politics, community involvement.
Ameren Missouri settled, after 4 and a half years, a lawsuit with the daughters of a Columbia couple who died in a home explosion. Terms of the settlement are confidential, the plaintiffs' attorney, Neil Johnson, said.
Columbia Public Schools Board of Education members voted unanimously to approve the language of a ballot giving teachers two choices for representation when they vote on Oct. 11.
The 2012 Sidewalk Master Plan update is an update of the 2007 plan. Nine of 48 projects listed on the original plan are in process or complete. The 2012 update consists of the 39 sidewalk projects not completed in the 2007 plan.
Under new coach Todd Graham, the Sun Devils have scored decisive victories over Northern Arizona and Illinois. Missouri, though, might be a better test.
The crowd became so dense in the student section that many students sat or stood in the stairway.
A Friday afternoon storm hit vehicles and homes in parts of Columbia and Boone County.
Economic growth has never been slower in the three years after a downturn. Forty percent of the jobless — 5 million people — have been out of work for six months or more. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has declared long-term unemployment a "national crisis."
The Blacklisted Banned Book Club brings students with a passion for reading together to learn about why some books are restricted to the public.
Several Columbia middle and junior high schools will offer Chinese language classes starting next fall.
Former American soldiers share a common bond because of the time they spent in captivity.
Retired minister Ron Faust of suburban Kansas City and Brian Terrell, a member of the Catholic Worker Movement from Maloy, Iowa, were among a group of 40 protesters who demonstrated at the air base in mid-April.
Late rallies helped the Bruins push past the host Kewpies 25-13, 25-15.
Missouri women's soccer players assisted with the Mizzou Tigers Junior Soccer Academy on Monday night, a program designed to get grade school children involved in the game.
House Bill 1329 sets the use tax as a replacement for local sales taxes on motor vehicles, trailers, boats and outboard motors, after the Missouri Supreme Court ruled it illegal on March 21 to collect sales tax on purchases made outside of Missouri.
Columbia Housing Authority Public Housing Manager Dionne Richardson resigned after her Sept. 2 arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana.
Veterans who return home from war with physical injuries are receiving new ears, bones and faces thanks to advanced medical tools and procedures. Much of the funding comes from taxpayer-funded research and the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine, a network of top hospitals and universities.
Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem said in his ruling the summary developed by Democratic Secretary of State Robin Carnahan is "sufficient and fair as a matter of law" and does not require revision.