The hotel invites Columbia residents to write their dreams for 2014 on a chalkboard by Short Street.
Daniel Romero-Compain's family wants and hopes for the best for him, but they realize that with autism spectrum disorder, his opportunities aren't as wide ranging. They hope that scientists might be closing in on a cause and a cure.
Having played 11 games before their first road game should help the Missouri Tigers play more cohesively. Those games allowed players to fit into their roles and build a rapport with teammates on the court.
TOP 10 SPORTS MOMENTS OF 2013: No. 3 Chelsea Thomas leaves Missouri as one of MU's most decorated athletes
A three-time first team All-American athlete, Chelsea Thomas left Missouri with the most wins and the most strikeouts of any pitcher at MU.
Columbia's state parks will be offering three guided hikes on New Year's Day as part of the nationwide First Day Hikes program. For Rock Bridge Memorial State Park, this is nothing new.
Dr. Horton established the Horton Animal Hospital in 1960, but friends and family remember him most for his humor. He died Dec. 25 at age 80.
He is a “Life Member” of the Columbia Board of Realtors and its only member of memory to receive the prestigious “Realtor of the Year” award twice.
He returned to Columbia in 1960 to establish Horton Animal Hospital.
A Madison County coroner has ruled Mosby's death a homicide, and the cause of death was a gunshot to his lung.
Duke Ellington, Charlie "Bird" Parker and Charles Mingus added jazz and more jazz to the world. But their lessons also added the twist of finding out who you are and pursuing the freedom to keep exploring.
Janese Silvey, a reporter-turned-PR-professional at Stephens College, explains all the things she's learned and loved about her job since making the switch.
The belief in the power of innocence and compassion has faded into Christmases past.
A regular customer at the Autobahn BP store in Platte Woods didn't know his ticket was the winner when he came in for his usual breakfast of coffee and a doughnut Thursday.
Next year's big game will be viewed by 100 million-plus people in the United States, and depending on whose numbers are crunched, it's already the most-watched annual sporting event around the world.
Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey said tackling the law and unaccredited districts is a key priority for the legislative session starting Jan. 8.
The outlook for 2014 is positive, with 49 percent of people surveyed saying they think their fortunes will improve in the new year.
For families dependent on cash assistance, the end of the federal government's "emergency unemployment compensation" will mean some difficult belt-tightening as enrollees lose their average monthly stipend of $1,166.
Police found 6-year-old Markell Beasley and 40-year-old Demetrius Beasley, of St. Louis, dead of gunshot wounds in a house after someone flagged down officers.
When First Community Church was rebuilt following the 2011 tornado in Joplin, its massive stained-glass window was also replaced.
In 2011, artist Candy Chang first created a wall that invited people to complete the sentence: "Before I die I want to ..." Now more than 400 such public art projects have gone up around the world.