Before seventh grade, 16-year-old Tyler McCutchen was shy. But as he stands on the stage as Mushnik, one of the lead roles in Battle High School’s production of "Little Shop of Horrors," it's hard to tell.
Haneen Mohammed, a foreign exchange student at MU from Saudi Arabia, transitions to a culture completely different from her own.
Bio Pharma Services, a Toronto-based pharmaceutical company, has announced it will open a 48-bed clinical trial testing facility in Columbia in February.
The city took the company that owned the strip mall to court for failing to demolish and clean up the site.
About 30 volunteers went to Derby Ridge Elementary School on Monday to teach classes on entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
Police advise would-be buyers and sellers to meet inside a public place to stay safe.
Case.net records help people stay informed about who is committing what crimes, where they are being committed and prosecuted, and punishments that are given for crimes.
Not even the chilly temperatures could put a damper on the holiday spirit at the 34th Annual Jaycees Holiday Parade on Sunday afternoon.
John Bush has been picking up litter along Garth Avenue three or four times each week for the past two years.
Jade Stafford, 12, died after the car she was riding in hit a truck in Audrain County and overturned Saturday evening.
The annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration on Sunday evening welcomed people of all ages and faith backgrounds to share a service and a meal.
The Antlers' ejection from Mizzou Arena and James Franklin's return to Missouri football were among the most popular stories this week.
Missouri football and volleyball had big wins this week with the volleyball team capturing the school's first SEC Championship title. Here's a look at the photos Missourian photographers captured in the last week.
A Columbia family is living in a hotel after a Saturday night fire left their southeastern Columbia home uninhabitable. Although nobody was injured, the fire caused between $380,000 and $400,000 in damage.
Michael Johns astonished the crowd at Deja Vu with his ability to put initially hesitant audience members under hypnosis. A portion of the event's proceeds went to Puppies with Purpose.
A Columbia man and his girlfriend were the victims of an armed robbery on the 1800 block of Heriford Road on Saturday evening.
City Council approved a fee for paying utility bills online without setting the amount, and the $4.60 rate has come under challenge.
The city has said sidewalks will be installed in the future but the shoulder proposal is necessary to ensure safe pedestrian travel in the meantime. The city said it can't build sidewalks now because of jurisdictional, geological and financial reasons.
Hickman High School's football field was divided into 10 small soccer fields for the Show-Me State Games SoccerFest tournament Saturday and Sunday.
The Antlers have attended MU basketball games since the group formed in 1976, according to their Facebook page. The student section mainstay was ejected from Mizzou Arena on Saturday.