Award-winning gardener Blaise Brazos has bred his own daylilies, which are in full bloom now. In 2oo2, he produced 16,000 flowers he had crossbred, he said.
Ronnie Flatt expects a good winter wheat crop even though a wet spring prevented him from starting harvest as soon as he'd like.
According to author Jeff Jarvis, Gutenberg is a geek of the highest order. Like Steve Jobs and other, he created something that opened up the world.
This week, the most read list included "100 AGES, A CENTURY OF VOICES" and a story about the approval of a new student apartment complex.
This week, Missourian photographers captured images at the Show Me Swim Conference Championships and a theater workshop.
A residential fire in northeast Columbia did an estimated $10,000 in damage Sunday afternoon, according to a Columbia Fire Department news release.
Brandon E. Bainter, 29, was riding his motorcycle down Broadway when he collided with a utility pole and was ejected from the vehicle.
Doonesbury is taking a break. But don't worry, Prickly City and it's cast of characters are here in the meantime.
Linda Irvin of Columbia died Thursday, July 4, 2013. She was 73.
National Transportation Safety Board chairwoman Deborah Hersman said the lower portion of the plane's tail cone was found in rocks inside the seawall. A "significant piece" of the tail of the aircraft was in the water, and other plane parts were visible at low tide, she said.
Gov. Jay Nixon has announced spending restrictions due to concerns that the state legislature may overrule his veto on the income-tax bill. House Speaker Tim Jones said that the governor is violating constitutional authority.
Missouri is lagging behind most other SEC states in scholarships, making it difficult to keep the best and brightest at home.
Lt. David James of the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department has not given up hope that the killer will be brought to justice.
The conversion from three terminals to one terminal at Kansas City International might have a price tag of more than $1 billion.