Feuding over health exchanges is a futile rear action in the political war against the Affordable Care Act.
On Wednesday, volunteers gathered in the kitchen at Stamper Commons to prepare the annual Everyone Eats meal on Thanksgiving Day.
Local business owners say its their unique products and clientele bases that set them apart from the big chain stores.
Beth and Richard Trimmell gear up for annual assistance programs, assess possible changes for the agency in Columbia.
Boone County ranks 46th in the state with 1,779 deer taken. Statewide, the number of deer harvested is up 7.7 percent from last year and is at the highest number in five years.
Missouri won't play Kansas, and Texas A&M won't play the University of Texas. But both schools who left the Big 12 to join the Southeastern Conference will face each other Saturday in College Station, Texas.
The Voluntary Action Center's Christmas Program is still in need of sponsors and has extended its deadline to Tuesday.
The Tigers are preparing to play Texas A&M University, with a football team ranked No. 9 in the BCS standings.
Missouri coach Frank Haith said there was a lot of work to be done before the Tigers travel to the Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.
Local artist NicDanger released a video — "Columbia Stand Up" — that celebrates life in Columbia.
At least five lawsuits around the country — in Missouri, California, Florida, New York, and Tennessee — are actively challenging pre-meeting prayers.
Residential trash and recycling collection will not occur Thursday. City buses will not run Thursday, and parking meters will not be enforced.
Many Americans remain pessimistic on a day that is supposed to celebrate how the Wampanoag nation showed the Pilgrims altruism, humanity and optimism in 1621.
The former farmer and construction worker enjoyed flying airplanes.
The Missouri women's basketball team will face its toughest competition of the young season this week when it plays Wichita State, Green Bay and Minnesota in the Cancun Challenge tournament.
Rain storms had appeared to be easing the situation since late September. But that promising run ended with Wednesday's weekly U.S. Drought Monitor report, which showed increases in the portion of the country in drought and the severity of it.
Up to one-third of breast cancers, or 50,000 to 70,000 cases a year, don't need treatment, the study suggests. It adds fresh evidence that screening is not as helpful as many women believe.
Farmer, construction work enjoyed flying airplanes.
Sarah Bias, a junior at Hickman High School and a student in Nancy White's creative writing class, shares a poem called "the Name That Took Us On."
A Missouri alliance failed to win a grant of about $450 million to fund the nuclear energy project, but the federal government says additional support will be available.