The intermingling of personal and official actions involving biofuels has led to a backlash at the Missouri Capitol.
After months of talking about the economy's resilience, President Bush was able to pivot his latest pep talk off some encouraging signs — at least relative to the gloomy indicators of late.
The increase put Missouri at odds with Kansas, where officials threatened to retaliate by raising taxes on Missourians who commute there to work.
Robert Johnson is the owner of Green Team Lawn Care, a new service in Columbia that uses not one drop of fossil fuels by relying on manpower instead of horsepower.
April 15 is the last day to file tax returns for 2008.
After seven years, the Village Wine and Cheese Restaurant closed because of “marginal operations.”
Steve Saitta’s (pronounced Say-tah) transportation to work, a muddy mountain bike, leans against a map-covered wall of his office. On the opposite wall is a photomontage of Saitta’s life: old school pictures of his two now-grown sons, postcards of Arizona and Wisconsin, pictures of his family on vacation and nature photography. For the past 34 years, Saitta has been helping Columbia residents through his work as a landscape architect and park planner for the city. With the weather warming up, people are spending more time outdoors in the playscapes he creates.
Robert “Bob” LeMone died Monday in his home, surrounded by family. He was 65.
The consumer price index for food is expected to rise an additional 3.7 percent this year.
The cost of gas Sunday was $2.99 all across Columbia, 78 cents above the price one year ago.
JEFFERSON CITY — Husbands and wives can divorce in Missouri without needing a reason. But abortion opponents want to make it a crime if a man threatens divorce to pressure his wife into an abortion.
The job fair for business students is done completely online.
You don't have to live in Columbia to enjoy Shakespeare's Pizza — now you can get frozen pizzas through the mail by ordering off the business' Web site. Click here to go to the multimedia presentation.
At his core is an entrepreneurial drive, something fostered in the Columbia native at an early age by family, lemonade and some magic.
Forget the officially licensed apparel — for this year’s Border Showdown, T-shirt makers supporting both schools are pulling out all the rhetorical ammo they can
Premier Paper and Packaging of Moberly is renovating a facility in Columbia to be used as the company’s new headquarters.
A look at some of the best-selling books in Columbia.
This summer's drought prevented many pumpkin growers from selling their produce to retailers. However, that won't stop them from participating in Hartsburg's annual pumpkin festival.