The two-day football camp is part of the ProCamp program and focuses on the fundamentals of football.
The former Missouri basketball player now plays for the Detroit Pistons.
Students are selected from each elementary school in fourth-grade based on their grades, Missouri Assessment Program scores and attendance and staff recommendations.
About 20 people attended the talk, which outlined anti-torture organizations' goals for U.S. policy changes.
Columbia Pet Expo Unleashed welcomed local animal shelters, vendors and pet owners to take part in activities and educational seminars to raise money for No Kill Columbia and its spay and neuter project.
Frequent contributor John Hall shares some photos from the last days of spring.
The affected traffic signals are east of Broadway and Old 63.
A water main break on Ninth Street early Saturday morning caused Tenth Street water to appear dirty and yellowish. A city advisory told affected customers to boil water prior to using.
Reptile enthusiast Ethan Meyers has performed reptile education shows at local high schools and hopes to inspire young adults to engage with something outside of the norm and instill a feeling of wonder for animals people tend to fear
Sophie Baker of Columbia died Friday, June 21, 2013. She was 89.
Sophie Baker volunteered at Columbia Regional Hospital for 30 years.
Mireya del Castillo died Monday, June 17, 2013. She was 94.
John M. Nowell, III, of Columbia, died Thursday, June 6, 2013. He was 62 years old.
Darrell E. Foster died Monday, June 17. He was 62.
Services will be held Tuesday at Memorial Park.
Diane Staudte then admitted that she and her daughter Rachel Staudte had planned, researched and poisoned three family by putting antifreeze in their soda and Gatorade over several days, the probable cause statement said.
Compounding pharmacies, which create customized medications from scratch, are regulated by state boards, and sometimes not closely enough.