Orr Street Studios is hosting Second Saturday For Kids on March 9. Marketing intern Katie Rapp discusses the theme and project opportunities.
Washing 100 or more cars, by hand, every week at the Joe Machens Automotive Group is all in a day's work for the dealership's car preppers and detailers.
The latest research found that women age 75 and younger are dying at higher rates than previous years in nearly half of the nation's counties — many of them rural and in the South and West.
Employee wellness programs might not save money for businesses but could provide other benefits, according to the study.
There's no guarantee the child will remain healthy, although sophisticated testing uncovered just traces of the virus' genetic material still lingering.
In an effort to understand rising childhood obesity, researchers have developed a list of factors that influence nutrition and weight.
Local musician Eric "Rocket" Kirchner has been following a love of music his whole life. On Thursday, a documentary about his life in music will be shown at the Columbia Public Library.
For all age groups, the flu vaccine's effectiveness is moderate at 56 percent, but for those 65 and older the vaccine is only 9 percent effective.
Shawna Johnson, Executive Director of Access Arts' School of Service, talks about an upcoming workshop featuring the photographs from Dr. Adrienne Hoard's exhibit, "Hiding in Plain Sight: Symbolic Messages in Indigenous Art."
Three fact-based films nominated for this year's best-picture Oscar — "Argo," "Lincoln," and "Zero Dark Thirty," — take liberties with historical fact.
The inpatient unit will cost $7.2 million, and construction will be completed in 2014.
What's the Harlem Shake and how did it became so popular? We turned to social media to find the answers.
The Affordable Care Act is unfolding as an experiment to decide whether the states or the federal government will do a better job getting uninsured people covered.
A story on the Fox News website asserted that MU treats Wiccan and pagan celebrations the same as mainstream holidays. An MU spokesman said it's not true.
Katie Rapp, a marketing intern for Orr Street Studios, is excited for the "Longviews" show — on exhibit now until March — and the Art of Food event on March 20.
Ballwin native Cardinal Timothy Dolan might represent the first real prospect of an American pope. Prevailing modern wisdom has been that a citizen of a superpower could not be elected pope.
Jeanne Snodgrass, the new director of MU Hillel, uses her experience with college students and business knowledge to expand programming.
The plan also would pare back Gov. Jay Nixon's proposed $34 million funding increase for public colleges and universities to $20 million.
One of 13 black people who live in Hallsville, Alaysha Jefferson has found cheerleading provides structure for her life. "No matter how rough things get, I know that those girls will be there," she said.
Wilford D. Kemper died Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, in Columbia. He was 77.