The end of summer means a turnover in student housing and increased trash left by the side of the road. Some try to get to it before the trash collectors.
About 150 Missouri farmers and gardeners gathered Thursday to learn about organic agriculture and discuss its costs and benefits.
On Wednesday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer cut a third of its newsroom staff, and Thursday, Gannett newspapers laid off at least 223 newsroom employees across 37 worksites. The question this all brings us to: How does the decline of these newsrooms affect the health of the cities they serve?
During public hearings, physicians, patients insured and uninsured, hospital managers, disability advocates and at least one preacher variously pleaded, reasoned or argued that expanded Medicaid coverage would yield great benefits at reasonable cost.
Fans of both club and national soccer meet at McNally's Irish Pub to share their passion for "the beautiful game."
Missouri football fans can meet and get autographs from their favorite players at the 11th annual Football Fan Day at Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
In order to watch the on-air event users will need to create a Google+ account. The broadcasts are free and open to the public.
It feels like football again. The conditioning tests are completed, results recorded. The first-practice nerves are out of the way. The pace quickens.
The planned route will run from the MKT Nature and Fitness Trail north to Parkade Plaza. Residents are invited to attend the informal meeting from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in meeting room B at the Columbia Public Library, 100 West Broadway.
Frequent From Readers contributor Joe Dillard finds and identifies a species of mushrooms in his yard known as Thiers Amanita.
With one week left in band camp, the marching instructors for the Battle High School marching band say they are confident in the band’s ability to pull the show and fight song together by their first performance.
Domionte Cheatum is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and armed criminal action in connection with the death of Anthony Unger.
Friday's report from the Labor Department pointed to a less-than-robust job market as July's gain of 162,000 jobs was the smallest since March. And most of the job growth came in lower-paying industries or part-time work.
The accident happened around 1:30 p.m. as the eastbound bus was exiting Interstate 70 near Danville, about 75 miles west of St. Louis.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx helped break ground for the "Park Over the Highway" project.
Ziyad Abid, 24, has been jailed since Sept. 5 on first-degree murder and armed criminal action charges.
Budget Director Linda Luebbering on Friday said the decline occurred because last year's figure was boosted by Missouri's share of a national mortgage settlement.
A computer glitch has delayed the placement of transfer students from two unaccredited school districts through a lottery.
If confirmed, Doug Harpool would serve on the U.S. District Court for the 66-county Western District of Missouri.
The lawsuit was filed this week against Derrick Thomas Academy and its seven former board members by Wells Fargo Bank, which is the trustee for several bondholders.