The Secretary of State has approved ballot initiatives proposed by Show-Me Cannabis Regulation, and organizers will need to collect the necessary signatures to put one to a statewide vote.
Council members said the new bus system will serve the whole community, not just students. The system will be fully implemented by Aug. 4.
The Market Place's current space is to be rented out to another tenant within the year.
A House bill filed by Rep. Chris Kelly proposes regulating marijuana like alcohol and uses language from one of the initiative petitions filed by Show-Me Cannabis Regulation.
MU history professor Jeffrey L. Pasley's book on the 1796 presidential election was named one of three finalists for the George Washington Book Prize.
A near-Earth object is expected to fly by Earth's surface Monday night. An online live stream of the asteroid will start at 9 p.m.
Through 17 years of grueling practices, of defeats and victories, Meryl Davis and Charlie White insist they've never considered parting ways. A perfect pairing, they were nearly flawless at the Sochi Olympics, and on Monday they became the first Americans to win an ice dance gold medal.
Representing Columbia schools are Sophia Casto from Hickman High School, Sara Ashbaugh from Rock Bridge High School and Chris Melnyk from Columbia Independent School.
Insurance broker Wally Pfeffer writes that he has encountered many business owners who have a hard enough time making ends meet without the added logistical and economic pressures of complying with multiple and oftentimes redundant regulations.
It’s not just the risk of an Atlanta-style fiasco that should concern the millions of people who live in other car-dependent communities. It’s also the toll of their day-to-day experience.
In a lawsuit, Michael Taylor, a death row inmate, questioned whether the Tulsa pharmacy could legally produce and deliver compounded pentobarbital for use of lethal injections.
In the month of February students and staff at Battle High School prepared for its first courtwarming dance, hosted a cheer clinic and lost a basketball game to Fr. Tolton High School
People's Visioning successfully designed a Net-Zero home being built by Habitat for Humanity and is now looking at other renewable energy sources for Columbia.
Chief Operating Officer Mark Fenner will take over Sept. 1. MFA Oil owns Break Time gas stations and convenience stores.
It’s odd to find ourselves on the same side of gun issue as the National Rifle Association. Of course, the NRA is against it for all the wrong reasons, but in the spirit of togetherness, let’s ignore that.
Josh Kezer, who was released in 2009 after being convicted in the murder of a southeast Missouri college student, will testify at a judiciary committee hearing. Ryan Ferguson's father, Bill, also will appear.
Former Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi gives advice to Missouri forwards on a visit to MU during the NBA All-Star break. Oriakhi plays for the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the NBA Developmental League.
Only 34 percent of intellectually disabled adults are working, compared to the 83 percent of nondisabled, working-age adults who are in the workforce. Lack of job opportunities and being legally paid less than minimum wage create obstacles for the intellectually disabled.
The inventor of the life-saving Heimlich maneuver, Henry Heimlich, is releasing an autobiography. The book is also discusses his career as a chest surgeon and his other medical innovations.
America's greatest civil rights leaders may belong to the ages, but the fights among family, friends and outsiders over control of their earthly possessions seem never-ending.