Bishop Robert Finn, 62, was allowed to resign earlier than the normal retirement age of 75. As the leader of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, he waited six months before notifying police about a priest whose computer contained lewd images of children.
The voluntary recall Monday includes ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and frozen snacks and extends to retail outlets in Missouri as well as in more than 20 other states.
Kathleen Bradford of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill gives some tips to help kids swallow their medicine.
The 27th annual Habitat for Humanity garage sale brought hundreds of Columbia residents in search of a deal into Broadway Christian Chruch's gymnasium Saturday afternoon.
In the past, doctors performed surgery on intersex infants and families hid the condition. Now, many medical professionals have a role in determining the course of action for intersex children — including whether surgery should be performed at all.
In a letter to state leaders, the bishops questioned whether is was possible to thoroughly review each case when executions are carried out so "routinely."
On Sunday, the Museum of Art and Archaeology will open to the public at its new location, Mizzou North.
Being physically active is the best thing you can do to stay sharp.
Chaplains have been an integral part of health care for generations. Dating back to the Civil War, chaplains were called upon to aid disabled veterans, and today, in Columbia, spiritual care is available 24/7 thanks to on-call chaplains.
About 400 people attended a screening of the new documentary Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre. It was followed by a panel discussion featuring two of the film's subjects and two advocates for sexual assault prevention.
Just 7.5 out of every 1,000 appointments were delayed more than 31 days, the lowest number in the state and 13th best nationally.
Taking results from multiple studies, researchers found that Weight Watchers dieters lost an average of at least 8 pounds and kept the weight off for at least a year. The Jenny Craig plan dieters lost an average of 15 pounds and kept it off for a year.
Bonnie Cassida and Carl Kenney have been co-pastors at Bethel Church on Old Plank Road since January. Their partnership is part of a deliberate effort to diversify the church.
MU plants thousands of flowers each year, and Missourian photojournalist Amber Garrett documented some of them Friday with a Lytro camera.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans led to new regulations for the National School Lunch Program, which require schools to serve healthier, often more expensive food. That's part of the problem, says the director of Nutrition Services for Columbia Public Schools: The funding doesn't go far enough.
The Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee acknowledge the role that added sugars play in cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer. The 2015 Guidelines for Americans will be published in the fall.
A Yale School of Medicine specialist said the case isn't cause to stop drinking tea but acknowledged the man had ingested "a lot of tea," enough to cause renal failure.
A new study says that when other factors, such as weight, race and education, are taken into account, the difference in the number of doctor visits between apple-eaters and apple-avoiders disappeared.
New research that put sick mice on tiny treadmills shows why even a little activity may help speed recovery.
Members from seven downtown Columbia churches hold service in the middle of Ninth Street and Broadway on Sunday to start the Christian celebration of Holy Week.