A monkey on the loose, the ghost of an opera singer and hazing rituals in a crematorium were among stories told at this year's fourth and final Twilight Walk.
Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School students create their own masterpieces for the annual Fall Festival parade, sparked by an unlikely source — a beetle named Marvin who draws like Albrecht Durer. The parade starts at 8:30 a.m. at the school, 1208 Locust St.
Democrat Brian McCollum has worked in the collector's office for more than 13 years and hopes to succeed his boss, Pat Lensmeyer, who is retiring.
The Republican mayor of Hallsville cites her family's long ties to Boone County and her political acumen as qualifications for the job.
Republican candidate Chuck Basye hopes to win the 47th District with his farming roots and work experiences.
John Wright's journey took him from Columbia to the Missouri state legislature — with stops to study at Yale and work in New York City.
A monthlong investigation led to the arrest of a 30-year-old manby Boone County Sheriff's Department Cyber Crimes Task Force detectives.
Recent national developments leave Missouri among the minority of states that ban same-sex marriage.
With the cattle market going strong, the price of pasture is expected to continue climbing, outpacing cropland prices for the first time in four years.
Below freezing temperatures are expected for Columbia late Friday night and Saturday morning.
Missouri football will celebrate the nation's military during Saturday's game against Kentucky. Among the festivities are a ROTC Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the reveal of a name for the new ROTC cannon.
The victim of the July 3 shooting went to University Hospital with multiple non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
Proposed renovations and additions would provide students and staff with more adequate facilities and increase safety, officials say.
The SEC Network's Saturday pre-game show will broadcast from Francis Quadrangle at MU ahead of the Tigers' game against Kentucky.
Events are happening throughout the city in celebration of the spooky holiday.
An eight-person committee will recruit candidates and plans to interview them in December, according to an email from MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.
Storytellers will share their tales of ghosts at Talking Horse Theater on Friday evening. Donations benefit Rain-Central Missouri.
Amendment 10, which will appear on the Nov. 4 ballot, would change the governor’s power to maintain a balanced budget by requiring the legislature's approval any time the governor reduced the amount of money budgeted to a state agency.
Don't be afraid to take in scary tales during a twilight walking tour downtown on Thursday evening.
A sales tax to fund a new building and an overhaul of the Public Safety and Joint Communications Center was approved by voters in 2013.