MO HealthNet, a federal Medicaid program, allows low-income patients with various chronic illnesses to access health care coaches.
Rex Bandy, who has been an artist for over 70 years, hopes to recapture the slowly fading beauty of the world through art.
Columbia now has two youth orchestras that offer performance opportunities.
Belief in Brief: Imprecatory prayer called against leaders of Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Southern Baptist pastor encourages the wrathful prayer after being accused of endorsing Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee.
Local storytellers have been working together for years to hone their craft. One group focuses on ghost stories, and Halloween is their season to shine.
Three artists pursuing graduate degrees at MU share the inspiration and stories behind their art.
Vaccinations will be available in either injected or nasal spray form and cost $20.
“Bam! Bam! Bam! Bam!” Jack shoots four in a row at an object in the dirt on the range.
“That got dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt in my eye, eye, eye, eye,” Zach jokes as some dust blows back toward them.
Gov. Matt Blunt, an abortion-rights opponent, has launched a task force on a scientific quest to determine how abortions affect women.
During the festival, Hindus celebrate God as mother and worship three incarnations of Shakti, or cosmic energy.
Under a new agreement called “Preparing to Care,” the state’s colleges and universities will ask the legislature for $38.3 million in recurring funds to open more places for students to train to become dentists, nurses, optometrists, pharmacists, physicians and therapists.
Children learn about music in several ways around Columbia.
A new synagogue is being opened up in Columbia to accommodate Congregation Beth Shalom’s need for more space to house religious school and ceremoniesal events.
Unity Center of Columbia’s ministry offers blessings, memorials and end-of-life services for pets.
About 12 people burned the midnight oil to participate in the international 24 Hour Comics Day at the Quinlan Keep comic book store at 315 N Eighth St. from noon Saturday to noon Sunday.
A play written by a former Missouri slave will be featured Tuesday in the State Historical Society’s Missouri History in Performance Theatre. The play is considered to be the first play written by an African-American to be published in America.
Janice Templemire, a nurse at the Mulligan Breast Health Center at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago.
Caleb Rowden, a local Christian rock musician, talks about pressures from the mainstream and his dedication to making Christian music.
Muslims around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan with Eid al-Fitr, the festival of breaking the fast. The festival begins with the first sight of the new moon and was celebrated this year from Oct. 13 to 16.