The Westminster College men's soccer team is set to have a send-off pep rally in Westminster Historic Gymnasium at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
The document now goes to the Loya Jirga, a 3,000-member council of elders that has the right to revise or reject any clause of the draft agreement. Whatever they agree upon then goes to the Afghan parliament, which could make still more changes before the agreement is approved.
Bob Costas will add late-night hosting duties to his prime-time responsibilities for the Winter Olympics in Sochi. One of the issues he plans to address is Russia's so-called "gay propaganda" law, but he has no intention of offering a commentary on the issue.
The Missouri chapter of the National Education Association feels that Chris Nicastro went too far in promoting an initiative to end teacher tenure.
Insurance plans for the Affordable Care Act may not be as inclusive as it is advertised to be.
Organic and specialty grocer Lucky's Market will open Jan. 15 in the old Osco Drug building.
Planned improvements would make thepark more independent of Fairview Elementary grounds.
A public input meeting for the American Legion east field lights will take place on Thursday.
Joe G. Dillard, a long-time Columbia resident, reviews the book, “The Deserters: A Hidden History of World War II” by Charles Glass and shares his own connections to Glass' story.
The Kansas City Chiefs signed defensive lineman Kyle Love this week and released Anthony Toribio. Love had success with the New England Patriots before being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
Andy Reid and Alex Smith acknowledge the fact that the Chiefs may be more successful if the offense can score early.
Paul Heine was an avid outdoorsman. He worked at the Columbia Environmental Research Center for 34 years.
Zac Stacy, the fifth-round pick, regularly gets 20-plus touches on game day, followed by rest early in the practice week to help preserve him for another game.
A two-vehicle accident with no injuries occurred at Providence Road and Elm Street on Wednesday night.
Green Forest School Board voted to keep its tiger logo. "We don't feel like we are treading on their trademark," School Board President Bud Phillips said about MU's complaint about the "nearly identical" tigers.
The letters prohibit the players from contacting current UNC athletes, bar them from the Kenan Football Center or other campus athletic facilities and prohibit them from providing recruiting or financial assistance for athletics.
A.J. McCarron, James Franklin, Aaron Murray, Connor Shaw and Zach Mettenberger are wrapping up their careers, and this could also be the last month to see Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel play in college.
President Barack Obama awarded 16 living and deceased Americans with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, an award created by Kennedy. Obama also visited Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va.
A 30-year Harvard study found that daily nut eaters were 20 percent less likely to get cancer or heart disease than those who never ate nuts.
Dan Dierdorf, 64-year-old Hall of Famer, announced he would retire from broadcasting after his 43rd season of involvement with the NFL.