A small aircraft was forced down in a field near Ashland after its engines gave out during descent.
Since Aspen Heights opened in August, Columbia police have received more than 200 calls from the gated community. A forum in February will address the complex's safety.
"There's no magic number" that determines when to close, said Michelle Baumstark, spokeswoman for Columbia Public Schools, which did cancel classes earlier this month because of the cold.
Gov. Jay Nixon outlines his plan to rebuild Fulton State Hospital, answering questions about the legality of using bonds to finance the construction.
Missourian photographer Melissa Fogarty wore four layers of outerwear and three pairs of pants in order to stay warm on her hike through Rock Bridge Memorial Park to Gans Creek before sunrise Thursday morning.
The commission recommended two development plans for the site, which was annexed into the city in 2004. The developers plan a mix of houses, apartments and office space.
Columbia Public Works Department unveiled plans Thursday for a million-dollar trail that would branch from the MKT trail and run parallel to Forum Boulevard.
School attendance zones for Mill Creek Elementary School now include Bethany and Bellview drives. Also, City Manager Mike Matthes addressed the school board about tax-increment financing.
Jamaar L. Curtis, 31, and Antonio L. Banks, 22, were arrested on suspicion of first-degree robbery, felonious restraint and armed criminal action.
Stephens College women's basketball remained winless after a 71-61 loss Thursday to Harris-Stowe State University.
Have you heard of pickleball? Members of the Show-Me Pickleball Club say it is the fastest growing sport in Columbia — and now they have their own courts.
Christopher Kelley, who was found guilty of starting fires in MU's Ellis Library and a Stephens College classroom, was sentenced to more than six years in prison.
Columbia arsonist who set fires to MU's Ellis Library and a Stephens College facility faces a lengthy sentence. Christopher C. Kelley
City Manager Mike Matthes is pushing, carefully but determinedly, creation of a huge TIF district to generate the funds that would allow growth to resume in the heart of Columbia. As any good politician would, he made a low-key pitch for his idea while appearing open to other approaches and moving to pre-empt the most obvious objections.
The latest New England Journal of Medicine says the world could avoid 200 million needless deaths by 2025 — and also gain trillions in tax revenue — if tobacco taxes were tripled worldwide, preventing millions of youths from becoming addicted
Missouri currently has no limit on the price of gifts that politicians can receive from lobbyists, not does the state have limits on the number of dollars candidates can receive in the form of campaign contributions.
The team dropped its third consecutive game with a loss to Texas A&M at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night.
While growing up in New Rochelle, N.Y., Kevin Shattenkirk watched Rangers defenseman Brian Leetch score many big goals.
Given a chance to do the same at Madison Square Garden, the St. Louis Blues blue-liner made the most of his opportunity.
Two men armed with a handgun forcibly entered a home Thursday in southern Columbia.
A.J. Boren's friends remember a dedicated mentor and a loyal friend. Mr. Boren died Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. He was 22 years old.
The design and layout of a daily newspaper is a complex process. Here's how we design the front page of the Missourian, according to design editor Erica Mendez Babcock.