A 2008 MU housing plan specifically identified the University Village apartment walkways as structurally unsound.
Holocaust survivor and author Ben Fainer spoke to students at Oakland Middle School on Thursday morning. Vera and Sonia Emmons, the descendants of Holocaust survivor Gerda Nothmann Luner, also spoke at the event.
A new report on the effects of climate change on forests in the central U.S. points to vulnerabilities in three Missouri species along with a resurgence of shortleaf pine, which thrived 150 years ago in the Ozarks.
Joshua J. Dillick, 22, and Nicholas Kampe, 23, were arrested on suspicion of felony distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance.
The four candidates campaigning for the three open seats on the Columbia School Board took questions Thursday during their first public forum.
Three candidates will be on the April 8 ballot to replace Fred Schmidt as the First Ward representative on the Columbia City Council.
The building, which dates to 1910, housed a drugstore, grocery store and auto parts store in the past.
Scott Peoples, 39, was charged with rape, kidnapping, sodomy and domestic assault. Peoples surrendered to police after a six-hour standoff.
A report from a structural engineering firm hired by MU to investigate the cause of the accident found that "water and chloride, and expansion from freeze-thaw action" contributed to existing problems.
Dred Scott is deputy superintendent for the Independence School District, and Peter Stiepleman is assistant superintendent for elementary education for Columbia Public Schools.
Wednesday marks the centuries-old tradition of Ash Wednesday, a holiday observed by Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran and other churches. Ash Wednesday is named for the use of burned palm leaves saved from Palm Sunday the previous year.
Novelist Stephanie Coontz spoke at Columbia College for Women's History Month. Coontz is a professor at TheEvergreen State College in Washington.
The interactive map shows the locations of 14 Amber Alerts issued in Missouri since 2010.
MU freshman James Bohnett practices wheelchair basketball every weekday morning at the MU Student Recreation Complex.
The seven members have a range of backgrounds and interests. Phillip Nguyen, 20, the president, was born in California and moved to Kansas City when he was in fourth grade. Nguyen studies civil engineering at MU.
MU students and faculty filled Tiger Plaza on Tuesday to take part in an ESPN promotional commercial for the Southeastern Conference.
Some local companies have boomed during one of the coldest winters in years. Others are just looking forward to spring.
The 1891 Chickering and Sons piano once owned by Blind Boone took center stage Monday night — with a little help from some friends.
Attorneys at the Boone County Courthouse have started filing case documents online, opening the court documents up to public access.
Richard Stickann will be reading from his novel, "Hobbledehoy Boy," which explores the themes of adolescent awkwardness, Wednesday at the Yellow Dog Bookshop.