An "impossible" basketball dunk from a 16-year-old player and a feature about Columbia's newest legislator topped the list of most-read stories.
Columbia Public School's 21st elementary school will either be named after Luella St. Clair or Beulah Ralph, two influential women in the district's history.
Missourian photographers captured pictures of children's artwork, Boy Scouts camping in the cold and basketball games.
There was a 60 percent chance of precipitation Sunday and a 20 percent chance of precipitation Monday, according to the National Weather Service. A winter weather advisory was issued from 8 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday.
"When you love something as much as we love this place, you want to keep it nice," says Bonnie Durk.
Composting has economic, environmental and health benefits, which include reducing the amount of trash sent to the landfill.
A Holts Summit woman found an explosive in her mailbox Saturday. It was not detonated.
Robert B. Stewart Jr. said that growing up in the First Ward helped him become who he is and accomplish his goals.
An experiment to see whether Uber or Taxi Terry's was more consumer-friendly compares cost, cleanliness, driver professionalism, time for process, waiting and travel and the payment options.
The Health Department is funding the upgrades from its Healthy Eating Active Living Grant. Each updated room will include a comfortable chair, table, refrigerator and breast-feeding pump.
More than 400 families have received computers though this program in the past 11 years. Applications are due Feb. 13.
Columbia lawyer David Shorr said his background in firefighting can bring value to the position.
The 6th Annual Agroforestry Symposium gave landowners a chance to discuss their successes in sustainable farming using agroforestry as a form of land management.
Columbia has fallen from No. 1 to No. 11 in the Milken Institute's 2014 list of Best-Performing Small Cities. Columbia's ranking of job growth fell significantly.
Investigators have built a case that suggests James Thompson was after a Columbia man's money — part of a settlement the man received after being burned in a 2008 apartment fire.
2014 was a bad year for crashes caused by driver distraction, especially texting. And when the driver wasn't wearing a seat belt, the results were often fatal.
The reduced speed limit is part of an effort to lower the number of serious crashes on the stretch from east of the U.S. 63 connector to east of the Lake of the Woods/St. Charles Road interchange.
The exhibit at Imago Gallery and Cultural Center is called "The Long Now." A percentage of the proceeds from sales will be donated to the True Life Fund.
Judge Christine Carpenter succeeds Judge Jodie Capshaw Asel as presiding judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit. Her term begins Jan. 30.
The department plans to purchase new radar equipment with the help of a $2,500 grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation and Facility No. 40.