Elementary students enjoyed games, snacks and sunshine during Fairview's Field Day activities on Wednesday.
The Columbia Police Department is warning utility customers not to comply with any requests to make payments via phone.
Patrick Drury, 29, was sentenced to 25 years in prison Wednesday on charges of child pornography and sexual exploitation of a child.
The report was created by Missouri School of Journalism seniors, who looked at the profiles, preferences, philosophies and lifestyles of people who claim no affiliation with a religious group.
The case will be remanded for further proceedings to determine if the animals can be considered dangerous.
Sarah Dresser of the Office of Cultural Affairs tells us about a craft beer tasting and gallery crawl that will take place this week.
On Monday, a tornado swept through Moore, Okla., killing at least 24 people and injuring hundreds. One current MU student and one recent graduate shared how the tornado affected them.
A pignut hickory tree fell on a house on Cunningham Road early Monday morning.
At the end of the 2012-13 school year, Columbia Public Schools is saying goodbye to some familiar faces. But when one person leaves, another is ready to carry on the school's legacy and take on the challenges ahead.
Quaemonn Wilkerson, 18, was arrested and faces charges of second degree assault of a law enforcement officer, armed criminal action and resisting arrest.
The council approved to disburse $951,741 among 20 departments in Columbia, honoring an incentive it had made to return half the unspent funds saved by city departments during fiscal year 2012.
Missouri Task Force 1 is the fourth-closest team to Moore, Okla., and has been put on alert. The task force has readied a team of 80 people, which can deploy in a few hours should it be asked to respond to the situation in Moore.
MU's School of Health Professions announced Monday that Hagglund was selected as dean, effective July 1. He will replace Richard Oliver, the founding dean who has been with the school since it separated from the MU School of Medicine in 2000.
The page provides context and past information regarding the district's discussion surrounding a three-tier bus system.
Brandon Coleman had worked for the turf management section of the MU athletics department since June 2010. Prior to that, he worked at MU Campus Dining services, according to a statement from Chad Moller, associate athletics director.
Keija Parssinen lives in Columbia and works as the director of the Quarry Heights Writers' Workshop, a community for Columbia's creative writers.
In the event of inclement weather, construction will be rescheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Chris and Tiffany Campbell plan to open the Tree Top Innovative Learning Center on June 5. The center will give both parents and children to improve the quality of their lives through education.
MU's final two graduation ceremonies took place Sunday afternoon, wrapping up a weekend of 18 commencements and ceremonies. In all, MU awarded 5,902 degrees over the weekend.
For people with mental illnesses in Boone County, help is scarce and costly. The few treatment facilities have limited funding. That has made the Boone County Jail the default mental health facility for the county.