Only four members of the public showed up to a meeting to talk about Ameren Missouri's request for a 20-year license renewal at the Callaway County nuclear power plant.
The panel, moderated by Kit Bond, included Dino Patti Djalal, Indonesian ambassador to the United States; Roger Beachy, president emeritus of the Danforth Plant Science Center; and MU Chancellor Brady Deaton.
Nathan Darrell Whitney, 27, is being held Wednesday in Boone County Jail on $25,000 bond.
A new wood-burning boiler and solar panels at the MU Power Plant might help the university meet its goal by 2016.
A crowd of 150 fans showed up at Mizzou Arena to send off the team to its first game in the NCAA Tournament in Omaha, Neb.
The Columbia Police Department is putting its efforts toward the unattainable goal of eliminating underage drinking rather than focusing on more pressing problems in the community.
Columbia residents Diane Booth and Jeanne Sebaugh share their endorsement of Barbara Hoppe.
"Digital era" learning is emphasizing typing while placing cursive writing on the back burner. The state needs to incorporate cursive into the Common Core State Standards.
The League of Women Voters hosted a forum, which allowed time for the audience to ask questions to the four Columbia School Board candidates. The candidates will be running for two open spots in the April 3 election.
The No. 15 seed Cougars (27-6) beat Montana State-Northern 58-52 on Wednesday night to advance to the second round.
The wrestlering team has faced many obstacles this season, but coach Brian Smith said overcoming these challenges has prepared his team for the NCAA competition starting Thursday at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
The Jayhawks won the Naismith Student Section of the Year Award, which comes with a $5,000 donation to the school's general scholarship fund.
The chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality visited the city's Biogas Energy Plant and held a question-and-answer session with MU students.
With the warm weather comes an early spring sunrise and blooming flowers.
Among today's top stories: The Occupy the Midwest conference is scheduled to begin Thursday in St. Louis. A bus crash in Switzerland killed 28 people, including 22 children.
Students competed in the Missouri State Scholastic Chess Championship Saturday in Jefferson City, taking home individual and team trophies.
The president's principal environmental policy adviser, Nancy Sutley, visited Columbia's Biogas Energy Plant on Wednesday. Sutley is touring the country to talk with municipal leaders about their efforts in generating renewable energy.
The man fell from the Brookside on College construction site Tuesday afternoon and suffered life-threatening injuries.