Engineers in MU's Carbon Recycling Lab have developed toilet technology that consumes solid waste using high-temperature, high-pressure water. The water can be recycled after the waste is consumed in an oxidation reaction.
Diana Papoulias, supervisory research fish biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, will give a talk about the relationship between chemicals in the Missouri River and intersex sturgeon at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Les Bourgeois Vineyards in Rocheport.
This week, the most read list included "100 AGES, A CENTURY OF VOICES" and a story about the approval of a new student apartment complex.
The shelter's director attributes the change to better training for staff, the number of volunteers and foster homes and better marketing of the website, which draws would-be pet owners.
Amy Cook, of Olivet Christian Church, Colleen Ostercamp, of First Baptist Church of Columbia, Eric Aldrich, of Parkade Baptist Church, and Michael Bancroft, of First Presbyterian Church, often play at their respective churches.
This week's most read stories include construction at Memorial Stadium and Faurot Field and an arrest that was made in connection to the June 23 homicide.
For the first since the early 1990s, Columbia Public School offered a driver's education class this summer.
Boone County sheriff's deputy, later deputy chief, O.J. Stone worried about his family when he left on calls, but they worried about him just as much.
Hundreds packed into the sanctuary at Missouri United Methodist Church on Saturday to remember the life of a prominent and historic community leader.
The ban applies to any tobacco products and to e-cigarettes. Advocates say they'll rely on education and peer enforcement to ensure people comply.
The vast and delicate collections held by the Museum of Anthropology and the Museum of Art and Archaeology will be difficult to relocate. MU will have to make significant changes for them at the former Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
After three people were electrocuted while swimming near docks in the Lake of the Ozarks last summer, electricians were busy with calls from homeowners worried about the safety of their dock wiring. Much remains to be done to bring all the docks on the lake up to code.
The proliferation of student apartments boosts traffic for many businesses, but some residents worry it's too much, too quickly.
Coverage about the unexpected presence of two wild pigs the Katy Trail also attracted notice from the Missourian's online readers.
Blake Werner attended the St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf in the St. Louis area from age 3 to 9, where he learned to communicate.
A report found a decline in the number of children participating in summer nutrition programs in Missouri. Although some programs in Columbia report serving fewer meals, trends are difficult to discern.
Last year, 20 people drowned in Missouri — all of them in unguarded swimming areas. Even when there are witnesses, the untrained eye doesn't always spot drowning.
When two friends threw away the recipe books and started their own barbecue tradition in Harrisburg, they had no idea what would happen. Their success has exceeded their dreams by a country mile.
CoMo Girls Rock is a camp for girls ages 11-18, with instrument lessons, workshop instruction and the opportunity to form bands.
Eliot Battle's death and UM System's Board of Curator's decision to extend benefits to include employees with same-sex partners topped this week's most read stories list.