On the Fourth of July, the people in Joplin smiled and participated in familiar Independence Day activities. The time for mourning the destruction was over.
The final NASA space shuttle launch is set for July 8. The launch marks the end of a 40-year, $196 billion investment that some shuttle program supporters say never lived up to its initial promise.
An MU student discusses how she deals with being asked about her hometown, Joplin, now that it is a recognizable name.
Kenneth Winn, director of public services for the Missouri Supreme Court, will discuss newly uncovered documents telling the stories of Missouri slaves trying to earn freedom before the Civil War at an event Tuesday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium.
The planned closure is delayed one day due to weather.
Participants in the True/False parade marched on, despite weather.
Students began lining up Thursday evening for tickets to the upcoming MU-KU men's basketball game, which went on sale Friday at 7 a.m. The game will be held March 5 at Mizzou Arena.
Boone County Treasurer Jan Fugit died Tuesday at Boone Hospital Center of unforeseen medical issues found during a routine operation a few weeks ago. She was 43.
Services for Vicki A. Jackman are to be held 5 p.m. Saturday at Parker Funeral Service & Crematory.
Some MU students will collect shoes for the non-profit Shoeman Water Projects at Speakers Circle on today until 2 p.m.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department will start pedway construction on Old 63 on Tuesday as part of an ongoing project to connect Stephens Lake Park to Hinkson Creek Trail.
Doris Estelle Drane died Wednesday, Aug. 25. She was 52.
The City of Columbia processed 13,000 tons of trash in 2009. Where does it go?
Ron and Annette Smull will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on July 24, 2010, with a reception at Memorial Baptist Church in Columbia.
As of Tuesday around noon, the jury was sent to deliberation for the first-degree murder trial of Tausha Fields. The verdict is to be based on what her involvement exactly was in the murder of Mitchell W. Kemp, one of her former husbands.
Workers will mark bike lanes from 12 p.m to 4 p.m. Friday on Washington Avenue between Hickman Avenue and Wilkes Boulevard.
The Columbia Board of Education held a special session Thursday morning to discuss long-term plans related to district funding and school improvements. Topics of discussion included next school year's budget reductions and the status of the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan.
Motorcycle deaths declined dramatically in Missouri and across the nation in 2009. MU football coach and motorcycle enthusiast Gary Pinkel has teamed up with the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety to keep the focus on motorcycle safety.
The group that gathered outside Sen. Claire McCaskill's office in downtown Columbia hopes to show the senator that many Missourians support moving forward legislation on climate change.