Southern Boone County Public Library gears up for move

The Southern Boone County Public Library moved to a new location Wednesday in Ashland. The new location is needed for more space to meet the needs of the community, said Mitzi St. John, the public relations manager of the Daniel Boone Regional Library system

The new library location will accommodate the spike in demand that coincides with Ashland's growth.

Parks Commission approves Grindstone Trail funding

The commission supported a proposal to continue with 100 percent funding after engineers presented an adjusted route that avoids private properties.

Holocaust survivor Irving Roth tells MU audience about experiences

In an event hosted by MU's chapter of the Christians United For Israel on Wednesday at Middlebush Hall, Irving Roth spoke about his experiences as a Holocaust survivor and how Israel is facing similar turmoil now.

Missouri wrestlers tune out Baker

The Missouri wrestling team was grooving all night in a 37-0 shutout victory over Baker University on Wednesday at Hearnes Center.

Missouri volleyball team adds former club team player

Sophomore Molly Krus, a former member of the MU club women's volleyball team, has joined the Tigers

Freshman point guard impresses Missouri women's basketball team

Freshman point guard Lianna Doty is a fun-loving person, but on the court, she is a fierce competitor. 

Syracuse quarterback another challenge for Missouri secondary

Fifth-year senior quarterback Ryan Nassib is having his best season at Syracuse in 2012. After upsetting Louisville last weekend, Nassib provides Missouri's secondary with yet another challenge this weekend.

MoDOT holds open house to discuss Route Z improvement

The project involves replacing the interchange bridge on Route Z crossing I-70, constructing a new roundabout at the intersection of Route Z and St. Charles Road and resurfacing and widening Route Z from St. Charles Road to I-70.

LGBTQ students speak about sexual identities at OUTreach Panel

At the OUTreach Panel at MU's LGBTQ Resource Center Wednesday, panelists talked about their experiences on discovering their sexual identities and coming out.

'Once on This Island' cast at Hickman overcomes challenges on and off stage

The musical will run for three nights starting Thursday.

Airport interchange to open to traffic Friday

A new interchange on U.S. 63 that will improve safety between Columbia Regional Airport and the highway is set to open Friday. 

Grant awarded to research drones as reporting tools

MU will be one of two journalism schools in the nation researching the use of drones as journalism tools, KBIA's Scott Pham said. 

Parkade students find joy, motivation in before school running program

The before-school running program at Parkade Elementary is now in its second year. With 80 students signed up, it has nearly doubled its size since it began.

Voluntary Action Center searching for Christmas program sponsors

The Voluntary Action Center is looking for sponsors to provide holiday meals and gifts for families in the Christmas program.

Lockdown for several Columbia Public Schools lifted

The lockdown was lifted quickly following the Columbia Police Department's investigation that determined the noise was fireworks and not gunshots.

J. KARL MILLER: GOP must overcome its internal rifts

This is not a time to complain nor to seek a scapegoat  — instead, it is time to move on and make it work.

DAVID ROSMAN: Legislators, let's get something done during 2013 session

No wonder everything seems to happen in the last two weeks of session when you are forced to stay well past midnight and work weekends to complete your job. Just like the procrastinating teenager putting off his homework until the morning it is due.

Columbia College men's basketball victory gives Burchard his 600th win

In just his 25th season with the Cougars, coach Bob Burchard sits at No. 11 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics in total wins.

Missouri basketball teams sign new recruits

ESPN ranked the Missouri's men's basketball team's signing class 20th in the nation.

Cory Shawn Braden loved his family, the outdoors

Cory Shawn Braden, 28, of Columbia died Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. He enjoyed spending time with his family, hunting and fishing.