After a high temperature in the 50s on Saturday, a cold snap forced temperatures into the 20s during the day Sunday.
Habitat for Humanity's concept house boasts many modern features for saving energy — but none are more important than the insulation.
The team's senior setter Molly Kreklow also earned the SEC Player of the Year title, and coach Wayne Kreklow earned SEC Coach of the Year.
The three-building center will include a teaching winery, a research building and a wine and food education facility.
Police found Jesse Lee Jenkins, 21, hiding under a shrub in the backyard of a southwest Columbia home.
As President Barack Obama enters year six of his presidency, he might not have the same public groundswell that propelled him forward in 2009.
Many of those facing a financial squeeze in retirement can look to themselves for part of the blame. They spent many years before the Great Recession borrowing and spending instead of saving.
Gracehelen Gentry died Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013. She was 76.
Gracehelen Gentry, 76, died Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013, at her home in Columbia.
Republican legislative leaders pledge that an income tax cut will be an early priority in their annual session that starts Jan. 8.
Currently, Missouri has a 24-hour informed consent law. The new legislation would extend that to 72 hours, which would put the state in line with South Dakota and Utah.
Huge fantasy football participation and NFL merchandise sales surely make football team owners smile. But the year has been filled with a series of good, bad and ugly events.
Mitchell Jr., Nick and Andrew Wiggins are becoming increasingly popular basketball players. Nick is a key player for Wichita State while Andrew is playing for Kansas.
There were plenty of other moments that showed more about players than just their birdies and bogeys, and the checks they cash. Take a look at the year in golf with Steve Stricker, Rory McIlroy, Angel Cabrera, Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and Annika Sorenstam.
In 1875, American Express offered America's first employer-provided retirement plan. Five years later, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad introduced the first retirement plan, financed jointly by contributions from an employer and its workers.
Some churches are dropping their sponsorship and some families are switching to a new conservative alternative called Trail Life USA, but most major sponsors including the Roman Catholic and Mormon churches are maintaining ties.
Officials in Colorado and Washington, the other state where recreational pot goes on sale in mid-2014, as well as activists, policymakers and governments from around the U.S. and across the world will not be the only ones watching the experiment unfold.So too will the U.S. Department of Justice, which for now is not fighting to shut down the industries.