Mary "Lou" Starrett Ashley died Wednesday, Jan. 9. She was 84 years old.
Donna Louise Koch, 70, of Columbia, passed away Monday, January 7, 2013 at Columbia Manor.
Mary “Lou” Starrett Ashley, 84, born June 5, 1928, to James Conrad and Elizabeth (Dunscomb) Starrett, died January 9, 2013.
State Auditor Tom Schweichsaid Friday that Missouri's Second Injury Fund had barely $3 million as of the end of 2012 but had unpaid obligations of $28 million.
Smoking is barred in the House chamber and public galleries. It has been permitted in lawmakers' private offices.
Numbers from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that nearly 40 percent of female stalking victims, and more than 30 percent of male stalking victims, report being watched or followed by some sort of device.
The items were present in the church around the time of Christmas Masses, but cleaning crews noticed they were missing on Jan. 4.
The river flows for more than 700 miles from its headwaters in the Ozarks to its mouth at the Mississippi River.
As the American Dream proves more elusive, a recent study says Americans have given up on government and other institutions. But there are pockets of hope among groups that look for success on a smaller scale.
The Missouri women's basketball team continued to struggle on the road in a 84-39 loss Thursday night at No. 9 Tennessee.
Columbia Fire Chief Charles Witt, MU Vice Chancellor Jackie Jones and Mayor Bob McDavid cut a ribbon at a ceremony Thursday to celebrate the reopening of Fire Station No. 3. According to Jones, the station was long overdue for a remodel.
Gerald Brouder served in many administrative roles at MU, and eventually oversaw the expansion of Columbia College's endowment as its president.
Dale Roberts, 60, said the group needs a full-time manager because being a police officer is more complicated than ever.
The drug makers' aggressive pursuit of university research has drawn the ire of academic purists who question whether the partnerships put profits ahead of, or on equal footing with, science for science's sake.
The American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter is approaching businesses and individuals for pledges and is launching a workplace-giving campaign.
The mixed field of candidates for Columbia mayor and City Council should draw out community's true feelings about contentious issues, but it could also split the vote with the candidate with the least appeal winning the prize.
This is the second season in a row that Pressey has been named a top 20 candidate for the award.
Christine Diane Todd pleaded guilty to falsely reporting her income on her 2005 income tax return.
As of Oct. 31, insurance companies had already paid $1.65 billion on 19,870 private and commercial claims from the tornado, which killed 161 people, injured hundreds of others and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes and businesses.
"The Army Corps of Engineers has done a great job of pulling rabbits out of their hat" by scrambling to rid one crucial river stretch of treacherous bedrock while strategically releasing water from lakes into the Mississippi to raise the river, said Rick Calhoun, president of Cargo Carriers,