The Urge is an alternative rock band from St. Louis.
On Wednesday, Mohamed Gumati, owner of International Cafe in downtown Columbia, and his family, celebrated iftar, the breaking of the Ramadan fast.
The trial for a former Columbia police officer accused of assaulting an inmate is scheduled for next month.
New report paints a dire picture of the state of the environment, so what should City Council's move be on natural gas vehicles?
The input will be used to create a profile of the ideal candidate to lead MU. Chancellor Brady Deaton is retiring in November.
The bill requires doctors to be present when a drug for medication-induced abortion is used.
Landon Bartel, 17, traveled Down Under to jump over hurdles and bars for an international track and field competition. He competed in the 110-meter hurdles, triple jump, high jump and long jump in the boys' 16-17 age group.
With kayaker Janet Moreland's permission, we've compiled more photos of her journey kayaking the length of the Missouri River.
Terry Lynn Johnson admitted she twice refinanced the mortgage on her home by providing false information to receive two banks loans.
Justin Lacy of Columbia was among 38 new troops the Missouri State Highway Patrol commissioned on Friday, and will be assigned to St. Charles County.
Mr. Dyson was born in Kansas City to Glenn and Roberta Anderson Dyson on Aug. 16, 1948. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Legislation signed by Nixon also transfers duties of issuing identification cards for concealed gun permits to local sheriffs instead of driver's license clerks.
No services are currently planned.
Legislation signed by the governor removes the waiting period and expands the menu of options for governing unaccredited school districts.
For decades, Boy Scouts have hiked the mile or so from the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation to Scott's Iconium Store for the famous Peach Nehi float.
The racers compete not for prize money, but for simple plaques given to first- through fourth-place finishers.
Missouri lawmakers who wanted to honor the late St. Louis Cardinals great and Illinois lawmakers who wanted to name the bridge in honor of military veterans, compromised on the name.
Gov. Jay Nixon said Friday that he will allow a bill changing prevailing wage rates to take effect as law without his signature.
A survey of St. Louis area fire departments and districts revealed that about half of the new fire stations being built or recently opened don't have a pole
Police are asking for calm in Sanford and across the country no matter what verdict is delivered. The jury decided to adjourn for the day and will resume deliberations Saturday.