Shawn Askinosie started Askinosie Chocolate after 20 years as a successful lawyer. He works directly with farmers to produce the highest quality chocolate and give back to the communities that he works with.
The Downtown Leadership Council will review the recommendation Tuesday and decide whether to present it to Columbia City Council.
Former Missouri basketball player Jabari Brown, who declared for the 2014 NBA Draft on April 2, originally stated that he was not ruling out the possibility of returning to school if he did not like his evaluation from the NBA. He had until April 15 to change his mind. Tuesday, he chose to stay declared for the NBA draft.
Students in Dumbledore's Army, a "Harry Potter" club at Battle High School, play a modified version of quidditch, the sport played by characters from the book series.
The middle and high school students were celebrating the founding of Rome as part of their Latin language studies classes.
With the help of Haleigh Fancher's 21st-minute goal, the Bruins defeated the Hickman Kewpies 2-0 Wednesday night.
The Missouri tennis team did something it had never done before on Wednesday by advancing in the Southeastern Conference tournament. Missouri beat Arkansas, 4-0.
By the first week of May, the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management will deliver an independent analysis of each University of Missouri System campus' sexual assault and mental health services.
The town's population has tripled since the 1990s, and city officials don't expect it to stop anytime soon.
Looking for fun activities this week to mark the upcoming Easter holiday? Here's a rundown of ideas.
The Tolton tennis team improved its record to 3-0 courtesy of a win over Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday.
Due to Earnest Ross' absence from court on Wednesday, the hearing involving former teammate Zach Price and Ross' original protection order against Price were dismissed. Ross had filed a protection order against Price to the Boone County Circuit Court on April 2.
The Tigers lost Game 1, 3-1, and Game 2, 13-9, on Wednesday in Iowa City, Iowa.
Kewpie basketball star puts Division I on hold. For now.
William Orville George was a mechanic with a passion for woodworking and anything with wheels. He worked at MU for 31 years.
Gene Vance Neff Paterson lived in Columbia for 40 years and was an active member of the community.
Derrick Orlando Webster of Columbia faces a charge for unlawfully concealing a weapon with a bond set at $4,500. He also faces charges of armed criminal action and robbery in the first degree with bonds for both charges still to be set.
Founded last semester, Truman's Closet provides free business attire and formal wear rentals.
The short season for Columbia's seventh-grade track and field teams has begun. The teams from the area schools gathered last week at Battle High School for the season opening meet.
A Missouri Senate bill could exempt e-cigarettes from current tobacco laws despite limited research suggesting they could have equally adverse effects as traditional cigarettes.