Police arrested a 19-year-old man and an 18-year-old man Sunday in relation to an assault of a 42-year-old man late Friday outside the Blue Fugue in downtown Columbia.
Columbia residents enjoyed a warm Tuesday by playing in the water at city parks.
Downtown business owners have had to cope with construction of a new hotel at the east end of Broadway. Despite the short-term issues, business owners are optimistic about the traffic it will bring to the area.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer defended his opposition to Medicaid expansion to a group of expansion supporters Tuesday night.
The victim had a restraining order against the man that was issued in July.
The Columbia City Council held its regular meeting on Monday night.
Mark Phelps, former head coach at Drake University, joins Head Coach Frank Haith's Missouri staff for the upcoming season.
In six years, tax credit spending has increased by $159 million.
Rose Nolen had a family of storytellers. Wherever news was being made in Missouri, chances were some family member was nearby.
John M. Nowell III died Thursday, June 6, 2013, at his home in Columbia. He was 62.
Maxine Turner Haas died Monday, June 17, 2013. She worked as an administrative assistant at MU.
Frances S. Allen, 87, of Shawnee, Kan., died June 16, 2013. Mrs. Allen worked for MU for 35 years.
Don and Audrey Walsworth donated toward upgrades at Memorial Stadium and a new clubhouse for the men's and women's golf teams.
Maxine Turner Haas, a lifelong Columbia resident who worked as an administrative assistant for MU, died Monday at age 88.
Frances S. Allen was dedicated to her family and those in need.
The administration is taking the lead in setting up new health insurance markets in 34 states, a congressional report said — a heavy lift unforeseen when the law was passed.
Chicago started fast against Adam Wainwright (10-4) and broke a five-game losing streak in St. Louis with a 4-2 victory Tuesday night.
Held to one run and three hits over seven innings by Ervin Santana, the Indians finally strung something together in the eighth rallying to a 4-3 win over the City Royals on Tuesday night.
The St. Louis Business Journal reported that with the payment to the Rams the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission now projects a $2.5 million operating loss for fiscal 2013.
The proposed legislation, which has yet to be signed by Gov. Jay Nixon, would remove a 1970s ban on foreign entities owning agricultural land, effectively allowing the purchase of Smithfield Foods Inc. by the Chinese Shuanghui International Holdings Ltd.