Potting pepper plants and bringing them inside for the winter can yield tasty results.
A hotel building under renovation at the Interstate 70 and U.S. 63 interchange was the site of two grisly crimes in 2007.
Jennifer Newberry and Joyce Wilke, volunteers from the local animal rescue organization Second Chance, share their stories about rescuing a kitten from a construction site.
Brad Wilmot's security camera looking north from University Place Apartments captured the storm that hit Columbia.
It was an astounding moment to see more than 300 people standing in a bar, reverently quiet as the National Anthem played at the opening of the World Cup soccer game between the U.S. and Belgium.
Friend recalls wisdom and leadership of Mary Pat Boatfield, the respected former leader of the Central Missouri Humane Society.
The Missourian collected reactions and photos shared by Columbia residents on social media.
Melinda Wolverson says this is the first such event in Columbia that has been targeted at businesses.
Have you ever wondered what the brick tower-like structure on the east side of Pavilion at Dobbs is?
Live in a World War I era (or older) home? A Missourian photojournalist is interested in your story — and your home's history.
In 1979, two artists painted murals in the building 1110 S. College Ave. A reader asked us to find out where they are now.
Find six answers in our archived news stories to be entered to win a $25 Shakespeare's Pizza gift card.
The SECraft Beer Fest in August plans to bring craft beers not available in Missouri to Columbia for the first time.
Lynn Hurd and her dog Sasha have fostered more than 25 dogs from Columbia Second Chance, mostly puppies. Hurd hopes that one will eventually become a permanent companion for Sasha.
In honor of the Fourth of July, Missourian photojournalist Matt McCormack wants to paint a picture of how Columbia folks use their backyards. Will you share yours with us?
New drivers can take a classroom course through Columbia Public Schools or get behind-the-wheel training from a private instructor.
"It is in part these subtle changes in our society that lead me to believe there is validity behind the idea of the evolution of the English language and that this evolution is not necessarily something to look forward to."
Today would have been Tony Spangler's 11th birthday. His mom writes about what she learned from him — and about saying goodbye.
Here are some answers to a question about thrift stores and used furniture stores in Columbia. Suggest others in the form below the story.