YouTube is good for more than videos of dancing babies and skiing squirrels. Columbians are using YouTube to show off their creative sides and help others understand what's going on in their city.
Rachel Boyce, who spends a lot of her time volunteering, found fun and family in a new place, the Mid-Mo Black Sheep Women's Rugby Club.
Audrey Zigmond spent the summer teaching English in Brazil, where she ended up learning that time and being present are blessings.
MUTV, a student-run TV station, broadcasts five shows, covering sports, news and arts and entertainment.
The concert will feature Stephens College a cappella group The Velvetones as well as choirs from several local public schools.
Alice’s passion and devotion to excellence created lively, compelling classes that were irresistible to her students.
Eric Praschan, author of The James Women Trilogy, explains how you can't be too concerned with perfection when you write drafts. The more restrictions in place, the harder it is to develop ideas.
The High Street Victorian Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room plans to donate 20 percent of the profits from its Christmas Home Tours to the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
Take a break from radio tunes to hear the Columbia Community Band perform at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Hickman High School auditorium.
Division-D was recognized in the 2013 Inc. Hire Power Awards for its growth in Missouri. The company's CEO attributes his success to driven employees and emerging technologies.
Joe G. Dillard, a longtime Columbia resident, shares a short story from his recently published book, "A Full Cup of Joe."
This Saturday won't be Missouri's first trip to a championship game. Do you know how long it's been since the Tigers were part of a conference championship? Or what other Missouri sports teams have had postseason success?
Eric Praschan, a local novelist, offers advice on avoiding writer's block and encouragement to people who want to be writers in the future.
Will Missouri beat Auburn in the SEC Championship? If so, will the Tigers make the national championship? Tell us what you think for a chance to win a $30 Shakespeare's Pizza gift card.
Alexander Drößler, a German student studying at MU, discusses electronic communications monitoring and how that affects relations between U.S. and Germany.
Medora is a look at life in Medora, Ind., by following four teenage basketball players.
The Special Olympics Missourian of the Month highlights an athlete, coach, family or volunteer who SOMO staff members believe embodies what the mission is all about. In October, the Central Area has singled out athlete Justin Baker.
Liz Burks is a member of No Kill Columbia, an animal advocacy non-profit organization, and helps explain steps to finding a lost pet.
Memories of Thanksgiving and family togetherness run strong as holiday nears. And creates a yearning for a return to the importance of the day.