Parenting is a learning experience that requires discipline and the acknowledgement that you are not the sole influence on your child's life.
Marvin Chapman visits the Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area every week to watch and photograph birds. The National Audubon Society says Eagle Bluffs is an important area for birds.
Flynn, a sophomore from Troy doesn't see much playing time but is always trying to encourage her teammates.
After averaging 22 points and 7 rebounds in wins over Texas A&M and Baylor, Ricardo Ratliffe was named the Lute Olson National Basketball Player of the Week.
Living through grief is difficult. Mary Leean lost her husband of 56 years last April to a rare degenerative brain disorder. How does someone carry on after losing his or her soul mate?
After his family moved across town earlier this year, Jordan Stevens, a 6-foot guard, transferred from Hickman to Rock Bridge.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Sen. Roy Blunt and Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer note the importance of investing in the workforce and creating private-sector jobs.
A cigarette tax increase was on the ballot in 2002 and 2006. Both times, the measure failed, earning 49 percent of the vote.
The No. 5 ranking is the highest the Tigers, the defending Big 12 champions, have ever received in the preseason poll.
Joyce Kogut, a costume supervisor who has worked on some 30 films including "Up in the Air," "Jerry Maguire" and "Traffic," will speak at Stephens College on Wednesday as part of the Citizen Jane Lecture Series.
Wondering if what President Barack Obama says during his State of the Union address is accurate? Check out these links to fact-checking websites.
The budget cuts to higher education announced at Gov. Jay Nixon's State of the State address last Tuesday are not completely accurate. The actual cuts in appropriations to public universities are 15.1 percent.
Next year Columbia College will have five new sports, qualifying the school to compete at the NCAA Division II level. For now, the school plans to stay in the NAIA.
Rachel Updike becomes the first Big 12 gymnast to win the award three weeks in a row.
Gary Wayne Palmer, 46, faces one year in prison and two years of supervised probation.
Mizzou College Democrats held a watch party at Boone Tavern to view President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address on Tuesday night. While the college-aged Democrats are optimistic about Obama's 2012 campaign, they are also apprehensive about their prospects after graduation.
A Forum Boulevard improvements meeting was held Tuesday night to inform Columbia residents about projects proposed to reconstruct problem areas of Forum Boulevard.
At its meeting Tuesday, members of the Downtown Leadership Council expressed concern about a staff report that would dissolve its duties into the Downtown Community Improvement District.
A Laddonia man, James Napoleon Woods, 41, was arrested Jan. 23 in connection with a home invasion robbery that happened Jan. 19 in Columbia.
Missouri's tobacco tax is the lowest in the country. Rep. Mary Still, D-Columbia, hopes to boost the tax per pack to pump money into education.