Aaron Templemire, farmer and researcher, grows African wine kettle gourds to become homes for finicky purple martin birds.
The flash fiction submissions took inspiration from this year's One Read selection, “A Gentleman in Moscow."
Columbia's new program aims to provide financial support for small local businesses effected by COVID-19.
Ed and Kathy Baker say COVID-19 restrictions forced them out of business.
Jefferson City Council members voted 8-2 Monday to remove the marker dedicated to Confederate Gen. Sterling Price.
Hospitalizations are at or near record levels in virtually every region except St. Louis.
Emily Edson, 39, was sentenced for sexual misconduct with a child and promoting child pornography.
Clean energy technology is a common theme among many candidates; some say existing energy sources must be preserved.
A grand jury indicted Sgt. Matthew Neal in August after reviewing evidence from the November 2019 arrest.
Roy Lovelady, a Columbia activist, said the use of chokeholds erodes the trust of marginalized people in law enforcement.
The sessions will help the city gain public input on development needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic and priority housing.
Barker is the second Missouri Lottery player to win a Lotto jackpot this year and the 261st since 1986.
About 6,000 pre-K-5 students attended in-person classes Monday. Middle and high school students participated in sit-ins.
Here's the information you need to know to make sure you know when, where and how to vote in the upcoming Nov. 3 election.
Columbia Police responded to a report of a pedestrian lying unconscious on the side of the 3300 block of Paris Road.
The measure would limit the lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor and attorney general to two terms.
Republican incumbent Mike Parson faces challenges from Democrat Nicole Galloway and Libertarian, Green Party candidates.