Streetside Records, which has been serving Columbia as its local record store since 1980, is expecting to close in January.
Some anglers use the winter trout fishery at Cosmo-Bethel Lake to practice their fly-casting and experiment with new artificial lures. Others simply fish there to relax and find peace close to home.
Columbia businesses put up decorations as part of the Living Windows Festival on Friday. The festival also featured live performances of different holiday scenes.
Michelle Morrow has died from injuries suffered in the collision, while Michael Tufts remains in critical condition at University Hospital.
Representatives from each university presented drafts of the campuses' strategy statements — short statements that describe how each institution will define itself within the system, compete with other universities nationally and achieve specified goals over the next five years
MU journalism students compile inspirational stories about people who have somehow overcome the odds.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Emily Ferguson, 19, of Kirkwood, was westbound in the eastbound lanes at 3 a.m. near Kingdom City when she hit another motorist.
A Sunshine request revealed a months-long conversation about potential flights to Chicago. In early November, United indicated it is still interested in flying from Columbia.
Three Columbia College student athletes started a Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at the school this fall, and the program is slowly picking up steam.
Coal Free Mizzou is a student organization advocating for wind, solar and renewable energy power at MU. Recently, the group decided to change tactics and try to work with UM System officials.
Forward Emily Miller put together an impressive first season with the Kewpies, leading the team in scoring as a freshman. Now a sophomore, she said she wants to develop her all-around game this season.
Shekinah Doze joined Rock Bridge wresting team as the only female wrestler on a 30 player team. Although wrestling is a male-dominated sport, she is determined to excel in it.
Senior swimmer, Dominique Bouchard, is eager to compete in the NCAA swimming Champions in March and hopes that her past tournament experiences will propel her to victory.
Despite the outstanding play by Tolton sophomore guard, Hope Wright, time ran out for the team to bring a victory against O'Hara High School.
Despite the time commitment required to play Division I basketball, many Tigers players chose to pursue difficult degrees. Coach Robin Pingeton said the team's commitment to academics is reflected in its discipline on the court.
Although Hickman and Rock Bridge swim against each other at meets, practicing together means that competition is often secondary to friendships formed at workouts.
This is a summary of the discussions between city officials and airline executives about deals for increasing the number of flights into and out of Columbia Regional Airport.
Kewpies boys basketball defeats Jefferson City to win the consolation final at the McDonalds Blue Springs South tournament.
James Vernon Lamb, 90, of Columbia died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. He served in World War II as a medical corpsman. When he returned, he operated Lamb's Jewelry with his brother for 30 years as a gemologist and master watchmaker.
Hickman girls basketball forward, Ellie Johnson, transferred from Fayette High School earlier this year, and is settling in well. At 6 feet 1 inches tall, she has given the team valuable size, and is hoping to build on the team's positive start.