Lucky's Market brings full grocery line to downtown

Lucky's Market opened Tuesday, one day ahead of its scheduled Wednesday opening. The 30,000-square foot store features food and health products, along with alcohol. The store, which was started in Boulder, Colo., is the fourth to open in the country.

The Colorado-based chain opened its store in the vacant Osco Drug building on Tuesday. The store, which features local and regional products, is the first in Missouri.

Feds won't press charges in Brandon Coleman shooting

Kansas City-based U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson opened a preliminary investigation at the request of the Columbia chapter of the NAACP and members of Brandon Coleman's family.

At 180 square feet, it's still home

MU student lives in a 180-square-foot house she built with her father on a flatbed trailer.

Columbia College presidential finalist Randy Hanna discusses partnerships in community

Randy Hanna, chancellor of the Florida College System, wants to develop community relationships.

Byndom enters race for First Ward seat on Columbia City Council

Ginny Chadwick previously filed to run for the First Ward seat, and Bill Easley submitted a nominating petition Tuesday but it has not yet been certified. Fifth Ward Councilwoman Laura Nauser is unopposed for another term.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Time for state legislators to put sound economy on front burner

The most important step the General Assembly can take is to be fiscally responsible — to balance the budget without putting a burden on our citizens, businesses and schools.

T.J. Oshie scores twice to lead Blues over Coyotes

Jaroslav Halak made 20 saves and T.J. Oshie scored twice as the Blues rode their hot goalie to a 2-1 win.

Column: A-Rod's performance-enhancing drug use 'most potent we've seen.'

Peel away the pseudo-science and Anthony Bosch's bragging and what remained was "probably the most potent and sophisticated drug program developed for an athlete that we've ever seen," U.S. Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart said.

Cardinals players to attend Missouri men's basketball game

Members of the St. Louis Cardinals — including Michael Wacha — will attend the Missouri men's basketball game against Alabama on Saturday.

Missouri's 2013 corn harvest exceeds expectations

The yield per acre was nearly twice that of 2012, when severe drought hurt production.

Hickman girls basketball improves to 13-0

The Hickman High School girls basketball team defeated Lee's Summit West High School 56-45 to improve to 13-0.

Columbia men's basketball escapes with win

It was a narrow 70-67 victory for the Columbia College men's basketball team Tuesday night.

Tolton girls basketball wins big at home

The Tolton girls basketball team won convincingly at home Tuesday 45-15 against Van-Far.  

Jefferson City boys basketball pulls away late to beat Battle

Battle's boys basketball team hung with Jefferson City the first half before losing 60-36 on Tuesday. 

Tolton boys basketball beats Van-Far

The Tolton boys basketball team earned a 66-34 win over Van-Far on Tuesday night. 

Judge: $765M might not cover NFL concussion claims

A federal judge is slowing down the proposed $765 million settlement of NFL concussion claims, questioning if there's enough money to cover 20,000 retired players.

Missouri's Pat Ivey recognized as Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year

Pat Ivey presides over the strength and conditioning regimens for Missouri's varsity sports, including football.

Sturgeon man wanted for allegedly bilking relatives out of $109,000

The Boone County Prosecuting Attorney's Office on Jan. 3 issued a warrant for Farrel Gene Pride, 44, for alleged financial exploitation of the elderly.

Columbia man arrested after threatening 2 women, infant with knives

The man resisted arrest until a Taser was deployed. He was not injured from Taser deployment.

At least 2 kids hurt in New Mexico school shooting

Police say the suspect opened fire at Berrendo Middle School as classes were starting for the day. A statement from the state police said authorities responded at 8:11 a.m.