In a little over 24 hours, an online campaign raised more than $2,500 to help MU graduate student Ransford Pinto go home to Ghana to be with his grieving family after the death of his younger brother.
The presidential search committee at Columbia College narrowed down the applicant pool to three finalists. The names will be available to the public Jan. 2, 2014.
Robert Coleman and Joshua Courtois, both of Mineral Point, and Zackary Jarvis and Jeffrey Rousan, both of Potosi, have been arrested on charges of third-degree assault of a Gumby's Pizza employee.
In light of the new school start and dismissal times this year, some families are sacrificing time together to make sure school, extracurricular activities and sleep all fit into their new schedules.
A new memorial in Memorial Union North contains the names of fallen students, faculty and staff. MU student Karen Johnson designed the memorial as part of a class project.
Organic and specialty grocer Lucky's Market will open Jan. 15 in the old Osco Drug building.
Planned improvements would make thepark more independent of Fairview Elementary grounds.
A public input meeting for the American Legion east field lights will take place on Thursday.
A two-vehicle accident with no injuries occurred at Providence Road and Elm Street on Wednesday night.
The foliage has faded and the temperatures have dropped, marking the end of our CoMo Fall project. Highlights from the photo album are included below, and we invite you to relive the beauty.
Half of the building burned, and there is smoke damage throughout, said Gale Blomenkamp of the Boone County Fire Protection District. No one was injured, she said.
Alex Madinger and Derek Provance are building a business with plans to create plastic prosthetics created by 3-D printers as a cheaper alternative to more technologically advanced devices.
The Columbia Public Works Department will conduct its annual practice run for snow removal equipment Wednesday, which has been designated as the state's Winter Weather Awareness Day.
Franklin would have been Missouri's first execution under its new protocol of using the drug pentobarbital.
Advocates for people with disabilities opposed a part of the plan that recommends restoring brick streets that are now paved over.
Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty will hold Tuesday evening vigils in Columbia and Jefferson City for convicted serial killer Joseph Franklin.
In front of an audience of about 50 people, representatives of several student groups described divisions along racial lines and between the Greek and non-Greek community at Homecoming.
While in town to plan for his installation at the True/False Film Festival, artist Eric Rieger stopped by Lee Elementary School to teach students to create designs by weaving yarn through a chain link fence.
Pickleball, a hybrid sport of tennis and badminton, is gaining popularity nationally and in Columbia. A proposed plan would create dedicated courts for area players to use.
The tornadoes and thunderstorms that hit the Midwest over the weekend affected the lives of many MU students. Some were traveling when the storms hit, while others saw their hometowns receive heavy damage.