Base athlete Alexander Polli will perform a jump from 4,000 feet near Busch Stadium before the Cardinals game Friday.
The former presidential candidate is set to visit Missouri on Aug. 29.
The law is aimed at keeping away protesters such as those from Westboro Baptist Church, the Topeka, Kan.-based church that often protests at funerals for members of the military.
Sgt. David Bonenberger sued in January 2012 after he was not interviewed for the assistant director's position at the city Police Academy.
House Speaker Tim Jones said the public will pick two people to be inducted and he will select a third.
A growing number of bachelors have chosen surrogacy as a means to become fathers.
Wal-Mart Stores pledge to bring more manufacturing jobs to the United States by selling domestically produced goods in the "made in America" campaign.
Sheriff Dennis Crane said Wednesday that a skull, part of another skull and the headstone were found Sunday on a private farm.
Driving when so drowsy that it's difficult for a driver to keep his or her eyes opened was viewed as a serious threat by 46 percent of those surveyed last year, down from 71 percent in 2009.
Jet Linx is investing more than $1 million to lease the seven-acre site, and plans to spend another $1 million on improvements.
Columbia Parks and Recreation hosted Fun Fest on Wednesday at Flat Branch Park.
Toni Grayson, 56, has been driving buses for 22 years. For the past year, she has shuttled commuters to MU.
In addition to rugs, their line of products includes winter insoles, scarves, hats, sweaters, iPad covers, e-reader covers, wall hangings and holiday ornaments.
A Boone County Fire Protection District official said the building was a loss. All people and pets are accounted for and no injuries were reported.
The MU student-run independentnewspaper will now publish once a week on Wednesdays, in addition to keeping a continual online presence
Residents dropped by the Activity and Recreation Center on Wednesday night to share their opinions about the city's plans for the Gans Creek Recreation Area.
The Southeastern Conference released the 2014 league schedule on Tuesday, completing Missouri's list of opponents for that season.
The resurgence of assigning racial overtones to any incident involving people of color — whether by misunderstanding or with malice aforethought — is tragic.
Greater and lesser pockets of diversity emerge when one zooms in on the U.S. Census Bureau's map. In California, 44 percent of people don’t speak English at home. In Laredo, Texas, it’s an astounding 92 percent. Here in the heartland, English has a firmer hold. In Kansas, 11 percent of people speak something else at home. In Missouri, it’s only 6 percent.
Officers arrived at 6:20 p.m. Wednesday and didn't find anyone involved in a disturbance, Columbia Police Sgt. Joe Bernhard said. No injuries have been reported.