Anne Hague worked as a nurse in Columbia as well as New Mexico and Louisiana.
Tuffy Gessline says people have threatened to run him over and burn down his home. But he says the clown act wasn't intended to be any different than acts that parodied other presidents.
Igor Izioumine was a member of the Columbia Bicycle Club and worked for the MU Division of Information Technology.
Throughout her life she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, traveling, working with computers and sewing. Her favorite activity was ballroom dancing.
Anna Hall worked in the U.S. Department of the Navy in Washington D.C., and as a social worker for the state of Missouri.
Igor Nikolaevich Izioumine of Columbia died Saturday, Aug. 24. He was 59.
Dorothy Anne Valentine Hague of Columbia died Friday, Aug. 23. She was 82.
Journalism schools will no longer be able to use unmanned drones for news gathering purposes as the federal government sees it as an infraction to aviation regulations.
Matt Fischer invites fellow entrepreneurs to weekly startup gatherings.
The "Revealing Place" art exhibit, on display Sept. 2 to 26, showcases people and places that are hidden from the mainstream view. The traveling exhibit includes photos from 36 photographers, including 13 MU students.
A celebration and bell-ringing ceremony Wednesday will remember the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.'s dramatic "I Have a Dream" speech 50 years ago.
The St. Louis Cardinals needed a big hit with the bases loaded and two out in the seventh inning on Monday night. Fortunately for them, they had Allen Craig at the plate.
A forensic anthropologist says two skulls found in central Missouri appear to be those of Native American women who died a long time ago.
Closely guarded, famous recipes might be more for show than keeping a product the same.
The State Highway Patrol said Rep. Jeremy LaFaver, a Democrat from Kansas City, was cited for possessing a marijuana pipe and up to 1.2 ounces of marijuana.
The link between civil rights activism and America's immigration reality brings history full circle as the demographic change being seen across the U.S. owes some of its existence to the decades-ago movement.
Richard "Dick" Thien, an MU alumnus, died Friday of natural causes at Missouri Baptist Hospital in suburban St. Louis, his son, Mark Thien, said Monday. He was 73.
Jefferson City police say they found the body of 38-year-old Christopher Durbin, of Russellville, in the Missouri River this weekend.
Administrators are recommending selling a middle school to a group that is proposing a historic conversion.
Missouri conservationists and anglers are working to guard the state's streams against an invasive algae called didymo, which has been found in 18 states, including Arkansas.