Now in its second year, Dance Outside the Box, an extension of Dream Outside the Box, provides the opportunity for children with fewer resources to take classes from professional dancers.
The Art for Autism exhibit in Perlow-Stevens Gallery features work by patients of the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders and will run through October.
The Columbia Chamber of Commerce voted to endorse Proposition B, which would raise Missouri's tax on a pack of name-brand cigarettes from 17 cents per pack to 90 cents per pack.
Buses will be detoured to accommodate an outdoor concert by Imagine Dragons, which is part of MU's Homecoming festivities.
Department spokesman Chad Moller said Tuesday that director of video operations Michael Schumacher had repaid $7,605.50 for two credit charges from a May 5, 2011, visit to Olympic Garden in Las Vegas.
The Columbia Police Department announced Tuesday morning the promotion of Capt. Dianne Bernhard to the position of deputy chief.
Dr. Shaver, a leading scholar in advertising and communications for more than 25 years, died Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Fearrington Village, N.C.
Aline Kultgen, civil liberties co-chair for the League of Women Voters of Columbia, discusses her motivations for being politically involved.
The Environment and Energy Commission voted unanimously against a plan that would shift funding from the Grindstone trail to other projects.
Friends of the Columbia Public Library held a book sale Tuesday at the Columbia Public Library.
Five thousand items including coats, hats and blankets were collected from August through October during the eighth annual Warm Up Columbia clothing drive.
Jefferson City residents were under a boil water advisory and multiple facilities in the city were out of water on Tuesday because of a malfunctioning water pump.
Scientists should connect their work with people who need it, says Andrew Revkin, whose Dot Earth blog covers sustainability and environmental issues.
This election season I’m getting the opportunity to observe how much our lives have changed over the past few years. It’s been a long time since the country has been split on the basis of political parties.
In Small Town, USA, families discuss the election and possibilities for their futures.
The Cougars struggled on offense in a physical battle with Baker University. The tie puts the No. 4 Cougars at 13-0-4 this season.
Hannibal defeated Rock Bridge 25-21, 13-25, 25-18 in the Class 4, District 9 girls volleyball tournament Tuesday at Rock Bridge High School.
The west entrance to the Boone County Courthouse Plaza will be closed for construction Thursday and Friday.
Jeffrey Edward Skaggs, 27, of Harrisburg, was sentenced to five years probation Monday stemming from a March 2012 incident in which he and a passenger were involved in a police chase.
In sloppy conditions, the Cougars couldn't generate enough offense. After a 3-1 loss to Baker University, they will play their final game of the season with a conference title on the line.