All celebrations — Christmas, Easter, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday — are more economic vehicles than they are substantive celebrations of the intended occasion.
Plans featuring changes in school start and stop times has drawn criticism and controversy in recent weeks.
A suburban St. Louis couple's donation will honor their family veterinarians, who graduated from MU.
This is the first time Missouri has been unranked in the AP poll since the final poll of the 2010-2011 season.
Twin brothers Tony and Terry DeWeese of Centralia look to the future as their paths diverge for the first time in 18 years.
Twelve students at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School crafted bows, headbands and wallets from household items to raise funds for Boone Hospital Center.
All Dogs-N-Cats, an animal grooming shop in Columbia, had many animals throughout the day in the store including the store cat, Bob, and employee Natalie Buckowitz's dog, Talon, on Monday.
Arthur Basey Vanlandingham II attended MU, served in the National Guard and was a former member of the Mid-Missouri Corvette Club.
Missouri Farm Bureau volunteers dropped off food at the Ronald McDonald House on Monday.
Rudy Perez Jr. faces six misdemeanor charges in connection with several incidents in Pettis County that preceded a fatal assault at a Columbia hospital.
With some decisive moves, Benedict tried to remind Europe of its Christian heritage and set the Catholic Church on a path that often alienated progressives and thrilled conservatives.
The documentary film festival returns to Columbia Feb. 28 to March 3 for its 10th season. It offers movie screenings, parties, panel discussions, a parade, a 5K run and other events.
Renew Missouri, the environmental group instrumental in passing Missouri's renewable energy standards in 2008, says Ameren Missouri, Empire District Electric Co. and Kansas City Power & Light are not complying with the standards.
Missourian reader Jen Lee Reeves shares her story about her 7-year-old daughter, Jordan, winning the Women's Intersport Network for Columbia Inspiration Award.
We want to know what you think of the stories we're covering and which stories you think we should cover.
He was a real estate developer, entrepreneur and consultant for more than 50 years. He also was a former member of the Mid-Missouri Corvette Club.
Columbia's most notable properties, Super Bowl ads and the identification of a suspect in a fatal beating at the Truman Veterans Hospital are among the top read stories of the week.
The five-game skid is the first since Jan. 2 to 12, 2011, for the Blues, who began the season 6-1. It's their first five-game losing streak at home since Jan. 23 to Feb. 6, 2010.
The Gators are 9-1 in the Southeastern Conference but have dropped five in a row against Kentucky, including three times last season.
Second-year manager Mike Matheny showed up at 5:30 a.m., and several pitchers and catchers weren't far behind.