The 135-year-old building is up for consideration Friday on the National Register of Historic Places. Supporters starting championing the status for the school and Masonic lodge in 2004.
Lawson Smith, emergency management director for Pulaski County, confirmed Jessica Lee’s family had identified her body, which was taken to a Waynesville chapel.
The fourth-year defensive back wants to return to his home to start a gym and help people realize their dreams.
The study is looking for a diverse group of men and women ages 30 to 65 with no personal history of cancer. Locally, Ellis Fischel and the American Cancer Society are looking for 150 people.
Slate magazine will no longer us the word "Redskins" to refer to the NFL team from Washington, D.C. The name debate, which has lasted for decades, isn’t going away.
Police say the accident happened at 3 a.m., and it's likely some of the cows will have to be euthanized. One animal escaped but was corralled.
When compared to the other four Missouri cities with more than 100,000 residents, it turns out that Columbia's crime rate last year was below St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield and tied with Independence.
Seniors Lisa Henning and Molly Kreklow were named to the nine-member Preseason All-SEC Team for the second year in a row.
The River City Rascals in O'Fallon will stage Mizzou Pep Rally Night on Saturday.
The Landmark Bank at 10 N. Garth Ave. was robbed Aug. 2.
Reports show that the number has reached a 15-year high but the risk to humans remains low.
Your insinuation that no American who is not poor would be motivated to serve his country by volunteering for the military is an insult to thousands of patriotic soldiers.
On Thursday, students participating in Boone Hospital Center's Kids on Track program completed the last 1.2 miles of a marathon they'd been working to complete this summer.
Three companies denied health-care claims, will pay $500,000 to state school fund and donate the rest to charity.
The National Weather Service predicts heavy rainfall and said there's a flood risk through early Saturday across southeast Kansas and southern Missouri.
These dogs are specialized in searching for dead bodies, even ones that might still be underwater.