The press room was crowded, more than usual. Reporters filled the seats and lined the walls, notepads, computers, phones and recorders all prepared.
Three possible locations have been identified for southwest Columbia's newest elementary school, which officials hope will relieve overcrowding issues at Rock Bridge and Mill Creek elementary schools.
The council voted 3-3 on the moratorium for new downtown demolition permits. The tie means the measure is defeated. The moratorium can be reintroduced with the support of four council members.
The Columbia City Council discussed various options for the Grindstone Trail at a work session before its regular meeting.
The three-eighths-of-a-cent sales tax would generate more than $9 million per year and would finance a new building and other improvements for the 911 and emergency management center.
Fan support and 3-pointers from Earnest Ross and Jabari Brown helped the Missouri men's basketball team fend off South Carolina 71-65 on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.
REDI's conference features 10 business success stories to inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Food Security and the Health Communication Research Center at MU will use the money to work with eight food pantries.
Harvey Hoffman, a local lawyer, was present at Stan Musial's last game in old Busch Stadium. Hoffman writes that Stan Musial is the final loss of his childhood memories.
People have their own lives and are not so closely associated with other family members these days.
Wrapped around almost all policy debates is debt — governmental and personal.
MU students returned to class on a cold winter day Tuesday for the first day of the spring semester.
The undefeated Columbia College men's basketball team retained their unanimous No. 1 ranking for the second straight week.
The Missouri softball team finished last season with a 47-14 record and a No. 11 ranking.
The Columbia College women's basketball team, which is undefeated in the American Midwest Conference, is currently ranked 24th in the NAIA.
Free bus rides will be available on the 107 FastCAT the first week of spring classes.
Legislators have shown a lack of concern for citizens because of partisan extremism.
Decisions about abortion are better left to a woman and her family, not politicians.
Politicians need to step back and stop interfering with women's access to sexual health care.
The Tolton Catholic High School boy's basketball team edged North Callaway with a 60-55 overtime victory Tuesday evening.