Walking for the University's Million Step Pedometer Program meant some extra effort, but it yielded the reward of noticing the things that otherwise go unseen.
Memorial Services will be held 6:00 PM Thursday, September 19th at Liberty Baptist Church 7461 N Brown Station Road
At the Boster Castle near Kingdom City, dozens of tents lined the walls as actors, singers and magicians entertained visitors and fellow travelers alike.
Thomas Matthew Rush, beloved husband of Carly and proud father of Alleia, passed away September 10 at his home in Columbia, Mo. He was 41.
Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at Liberty Baptist Church.
The U.S. deal with Russia to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons has pulled the Obama administration into deep waters: the Kremlin's long-standing drive to put the brakes on American power and to restore Moscow to its place as a pivotal player in the Middle East.
The agreement with Russia "provides the opportunity for the elimination of Syrian chemical weapons in a transparent, expeditious and verifiable manner," President Barack Obama says.
Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus defended plans to limit the number of debates and shorten the campaign season for the 2016 presidential primaries by severely penalizing states and candidates that stray from the national party's guidelines.
The University of Missouri System Board of Curators' meeting Friday included discussions on bolstering revenue, increasing enrollment, focusing on research, and recruiting and maintaining faculty.
This year, Columbia's annual blues festival is moving to Stephens Lake Park, eliminating its barbecue contest and charging admission. Tickets will cost $40 to $75, depending on the day or days.
Jacob William Meadows of Ashland died Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013. He was 17.
The task force has an 80-member team ready for a possible deployment order from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A homeless man and familiar face on Ninth Street, David Tye — better known as "Diamond Dave" — died this week. A memorial service will be held Saturday morning.
This weekend at Stephens Lake Park, Paws in the Park will hold dock diving competitions where dogs leap into the water to fetch a prize.
With a 2-1 win over the Seattle on Friday, St. Louis leads the division by one game. The Cardinals are 6-1 on a nine-game homestand.
Students noticed the man watching the school's recess, Shepard principal Jacquie Ward said.
The Columbia Fire Department responded to a fire that broke out in an unoccupied home at 604 Florence Ave. on Friday afternoon.
Boster Castle offers a chance for people to sing with pirates and play with swords, as the Central Missouri Renaissance Fair will be in Kingdom City this weekend.
Clay Rhodes tweets that it hurts to get his nails painted, and other posts from Tiger football players
Life's little annoyances and music were on the minds of Missouri football players this week. The team isn't playing this weekend but will play against Indiana on Sept. 21.
Central Missouri Community Action and MU medical students are collaborating to bring the California-based program to Columbia. Training for children and families on nutrition and health literacy will begin in the spring.