Ben Worley, a music major at MU and president of the Add9 a cappella group, dreams of singing for one of the crowds at New York's Metropolitan Opera House.
The Columbia Public School District and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources are looking for the public's opinion on building plans for the school. The open house will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The coroner said he's still waiting to receive the gun and for other results before closing the investigation into the death of Huntsville Police Chief William Stuck.
Rainbow Loom bands are the newest craze among elementary-age children.
The rate of residents gaining health coverage was more than three times as great in the states embracing the federal health care law than in those whose leaders have resisted it.
Missouri's campaign finance limits were eliminated by legislation passed in the closing hours of the 2008 session.
The federal health care law requires members of Congress and their staff to get insurance through the new online marketplaces.
Each year at the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School, dozens of prospective St. Nicks come to learn the art of being Santa.
Allen Nicklasson died about 11 p.m. Wednesday. His execution was the state's second in three weeks. Racist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin was executed Nov. 20.
At its last meeting of the year, the Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence reflected on previous presentations and looked for ways it could get better answers to the difficult questions it has been proposing.
Two MU computer science students have been arrested in connection with a Bitcoin mining operation on eight computers in the RJI building.
Antoinett Ivicsics, 49, bought the winning Missouri Lottery's "$3,000,000 Taxes Paid" Scratchers game in the early hours of Dec. 2. On Wednesday, she was presented with a check at the Petro Mart where she won the prize.
A new early flight from Columbia Regional Airport to Chicago O'Hare International Airport will begin April 2. The new American Airlines daily flight will leave the airport at 6 a.m.
The Columbia-born mobile app, SafeTrek, has been downloaded more than 1,500 times since its launch in October.
Seven people were transported to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a traffic collision at the intersection of Ash Street and Providence Road.
The 62-year-old musician has lived and performed in various locations across the U.S. Since his arrival in Columbia in July, he has played hotels, wineries, retirement centers and private parties.
What happens when you give a group of college students more than a million dollars and free rein to invest it however they want? Chaos, right? Not so fast.
Nearly 3,000 students will graduate from the three schools Friday and Saturday.
New sign-up numbers Wednesday showed progress for President Barack Obama's health care law but not enough to guarantee that Americans who want and need coverage by Jan. 1 will be able to get it. Crunch time is now, as people face a Dec. 23 deadline to sign up if they are to have coverage by New Year's.
The governor announced his higher education plan at Missouri State University in Springfield on Wednesday. He said Missouri has been working to keep college affordable and called for the universities to "help us build on this momentum."