The fundraiser, held by the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, will offer live music and dancing and a range of locally grown foods.
Missouri ranks 41st in the country in oral health. A.T. Still University's new dental school in Kirksville aspires to raise that ranking by putting more dentists where they're most needed.
Missouri swimming and diving hosts eight in-state teams Friday at the ninth annual Show-Me Showdown.
The Columbia College volleyball team defeated Stephens College for the second time this season, this time in three sets.
Rock Bridge softball team defeats Smith-Cotton 11-0 and looks ahead to the postseason.
A conversation about the administrative decision to reorganize MU's Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute in 2012 was one of the topics that took the floor at Wednesday's General Faculty meeting.
The standoff between Democrats and Republicans continued after a White House summit with the president. Financial leaders and Wall street urged a resolution before serious damage is done to the U.S. and world economy.
Bob Loyd Gage died Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, at his home in Columbi. He was 81.
Kathleen Robertson Livingston of Columbia died Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013. She was 89.
Ruby Maxwell, who died on Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, worked as a reference librarian for 16 years at the MU engineering library. She was 97.
The Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice and Department of Veterans Affairs have retained the highest percentage of employees in the face of Tuesday's government shutdown. NASA, the Department of Education and the Department of Treasury have not fared so well.
Raptor Rehabilitation Project members found no injuries to the eagle, but the bird was underweight and lethargic. It still has not been determined what is wrong with the bird.
As vice chancellor of Administrative Services, Jones oversees financial and service operations, including Cashiers, Payroll, Campus Facilities, Human Resources, MU Police, Parking & Transportation Services and Environmental Health & Safety.
Bobby Loyd Gage died October 1, 2013, at his home in Columbia. He was born in Healdton, OK, on March 14,1932.
As the government shutdown enters Day Two, Missouri and Kansas veterans fly to Washington to try to visit the nation's closed war monuments.
Charles G. Nauert died Sunday, September 29, in Overland Park, Kan.
If you are trying to make some sense of the U.S. government's shutdown, we've compiled a few resources for you.
MU School of Journalism graduate's quitting video goes viral.
Kathleen Livingston played keyboard for the Nashville Country Church Band. She also liked cooking, gardening, reading and traveling.
Proposed legislation in the U.S. Senate would require e-commerce sites to collect taxes from out-0f-state buyers. Besides being a messy proposition to administrate, it also means you're paying taxes to another state or community rather than supporting your own.