Jordan Elam of Columbia died Saturday morning in a car crash in Saline County on I-70. Two other Columbia residents were injured.
Dogs of all shapes and sizes came to watch and compete in the contests. The show will continue Sunday at the Central Missouri Events Center.
The Super Scout 5K, held Saturday at Shepard Boulevard Elementary School by Cub Scout Pack 733, supported the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.
Now in its fourth year, Black Women Rock! has honored more than 70 women in the Columbia area for their contributions to the community.
Children learned about raptors while also learning how to create artistic renditions of them Saturday at Orr Street Studios.
Hundreds of middle school students from across the state participated in the Missouri State MATHCOUNTS Competition on Saturday. See if you can handle the type of questions they faced.
The day-care center for children of students is located at University Village, where a walkway collapsed Feb. 22. A graduate student has created a petition to keep the center open and move it away from University Village.
Jimiah A. Lambert was arrested Thursday in New Orleans. He is the third person arrested in connection with the killing of Dontay Tolston in January.
Structural supports added to a walkway on the University Village building where a day care center is located haven't dispelled the concerns of some of the parents whose children still attend.
All-natural pageants are spreading nationwide to promote wholesome beauty and self-confidence in kids.
"There are only two faculty members and very few students on campus that identify as native," said member Willow Hoxie. "This group is all about establishing an identity for the campus."
Do you have the cutest, coolest or weirdest pet in Columbia? We want to meet it.
C-2 zoning requirements and lack of clear data describing the city's current infrastructure capacity were the focus of a Downtown Leadership Council subcommittee meeting Friday afternoon.
Just in case there is a lull in a conversation, here's a starter to help it move along.
Daylight saving time starts at 2 a.m. local time Sunday.
Drum major John Stahl leads Mini Mizzou, a smaller portion of Marching Mizzou, at women's basketball games.
Grace Freeman, a sophomore at Christian Fellowship School, will compete in the American Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show this weekend in Columbia.
A team of MU researchers will head into elevated convection thunderstorms, which could help to better predict flash floods and save lives.
Until the end of the month, Missouri Department of Transportation workers will be filling potholes reported by motorists within 24 hours.
A 2008 MU housing plan specifically identified the University Village apartment walkways as structurally unsound.