The project, which started as an initiative to beautify parts of downtown, would include a new brick layout, street trees and a heated sidewalk.
The degrees include 4,218 bachelor’s degrees, 1,043 master’s degrees, 278 doctorates, 126 law degrees, 36 education specialist degrees, 99 medical degrees and 102 veterinary medicine degrees.
The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services compiles statistics on the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases throughout the state.
One hundred hours of preparation paid off with a $7,500 group scholarship for the MU team's presentation on how to improve health care for patients with COPD.
Despite massive technological upheaval and financial chaos that threaten the future of the U.S. Postal Service, local letter carriers keep the personal connections from their routes intact.
The Missouri Mission of Mercy dental clinic Friday and Saturday provided free fillings, cleanings and extractions to anyone who needed them. More than 1,700 people attended the event in Cape Girardeau.
The Burmese refugees used their experiences with Christian missionaries in Burma as a model for their new service at Broadway Christian Church.
On Saturday, a group of St. Louis high school students and a handful of local women helped rehab a local Habitat for Humanity home on Norbury Drive as part of Women Build Day.
The best photographs by Missourian photographers in the past week include Hickman Prom and softball and baseball games.
The most read stories from the past week include a story about the controversy surrounding concussions in youth football, the death of Arvarh Strickland, the first black professor at MU and Douglass High School's first prom in seven years.
With the help of the Columbia Police Department, officers from the Boone County Sheriff's Department checked approximately 200 vehicles at the checkpoint in the 4300 block of Mexico Gravel Road in northeast Columbia.
The future bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kennedy Conner of Signal Mountain, Tenn. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stephens of Columbia.
Joel Sager, curator of Perlow-Stevens Gallery, announced that he intends to become owner and director. He said he wants to run the gallery like the original owners did but also wants to bring his own curatorial style.
After his wife died in a car accident in 2005, Marvin Chapman fell into depression and suffered a panic attack. Now, though, he finds peace, joy and solitude in bird watching at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area.
Fashion designers and models participated in Pastels and Paparazzi, a fashion show, Friday at the Perlow-Stevens Gallery. Nine designers and four boutiques were featured in the fashion show.
Chunks of ice fell off the plane as it landed safely at Columbia Regional Airport.
The organization will accept 105 fewer children for its Head Start program — an early childhood development program — in response to about $300,000 in funding cuts due to the federal sequester.
The courthouse was the fourth and final leg of the commission's appreciation breakfasts. Earlier in the week, they served food at the Boone County Government Center, Public Works and the sheriff's office.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for western Missouri with the possibility for some sleet and snow early Friday in the Columbia area.
The Federal Aviation Administration is waiting to decide how to react to legislation that repurposes $253 million to keep airport towers open.