The 69-year-old suffered severe lacerations to the head and right leg, broken ribs and severe internal injuries after a bull attacked her in a pasture outside her home southeast of Columbia on Thursday.
Those who plan to attend the 2014 Boone County Fair can look forward to fur-filled events: DockDogs diving and the 4-H Dog Show, plus much more.
In celebration of the holy month of Ramadan, Columbia's Islamic Center of Central Missouri hosted an iftar dinner.
Authorities responded to reports of shots fired at 6120 Wagon Trail Road around 7 p.m. Wednesday. A 47-year-old man died from the altercation, and a 36-year-old womanwas taken into custody as a suspect.
Repeal 6214 had until 5 p.m. Wednesday to submit 140 additional signatures as part of an amended petition designed to block the city's second development agreement with Opus Development Co.
The COMO Connect Information Bus will travel around town to bring residents information on the new bus system, which goes into effect Aug. 4.
Columbia might not fully benefit from a new law intended to improve early childhood education in Missouri because the school district has very little room to take more preschool students.
The Columbia Police Department's reinforced effort has resulted in 96 traffic stops and 39 checked subjects.
Only one other state, North Dakota, has enacted a constitutional amendment regarding the right to farm. Legal experts have expressed uncertainty about its potential impact, and agriculture groups fall on both sides of the issue.
The Family Fun Fest is held at Flat Branch Park every third Wednesday of the month through October.
More than 25,000 pornographic files were found on John S. Littell's hard drive, some containing sexually explicit depictions of minors.
Last week, the school started an account and received 50 followers in its first day. The goal in these early days is to reach incoming freshmen.
If approved, the amendment would revise the state constitution and "forever guarantee" the rights of farmers and ranchers to "engage in farming and ranching practices."
Twenty-two students from Saudi Arabia are interning with the MU College of Engineering as part of the first partnership program with King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The program trains them in a series of hands-on labs and projects.
Paul Prevo, a member on the Boone County Board of Parks Commission, said the commission did not endorse the sales tax because only 18 percent of its revenues would go toward parks. And Steve Spellman called the tax a bailout for the Central Missouri Events Center.
Proponents of E15 say the fuel is an advantageous alternative to gasoline, while opponents say the fuel can cause significant engine damage and void vehicle warranties.
The fundraising dinner raised $850 to help ship four locally made Personal Energy Transportation carts to Cuba.
The 2 1/2-year-old Sturgeon girl drowned Monday. It's believed that the child entered the pool while her family thought she was sleeping.
The chief of cardiology from Tulane University will start at MU on Dec. 1. He established the critical link between the human hormone system that regulates blood pressure and a protein that is essential for childhood growth.
Outdoor city pools at Twin Lakes, Douglass Park, Lake of the Woods Recreation Area and Albert-Oakland Park were closed Tuesday because of the temperature drop. These pools close when the temperature is forecast to stay below 75 degrees.