The Columbia City Council will host a discussion at its Monday evening work session.
Callie Cox of Mexico was crowned Saturday night by fellow tiger and 2019 Miss Missouri Simone Esters.
At a parade, a historical tour and a block party, Columbia residents celebrated and remembered the holiday's complex history.
For people with refugee status, the day is a time to reflect on and celebrate their new lives.
The plan for a subdivision adjacent to Gans Creek Wild Area was scheduled for a City Council vote on Monday night.
A Mississippi dad says he’s already had the best Father’s Day gift: His daughter is thriving after getting part of his liver.
States where lawmakers pushed back against the police-reform movement included Arizona, Iowa, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Wyoming.
A group of 11 U.S. mayors has pledged to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of Black residents in their cities.
The former slave trader's remains are set to be moved to a new Confederate museum in Columbia, Tennessee.
ST. JOSEPH — Summer classes have moved online for some St. Joseph elementary and middle school students because of COVID-19 cases.
GreenHouse Theatre Project's first live show since September 2019 explores the devastating consequences of drone warfare.
A California man uses long-distance cycling to raise awareness about multiple myeloma and encourage COVID-19 vaccinations.
"This act was signed into law too late to close city offices," City Manager John Glascock said Friday.
If approved, CPS HR Consulting will conduct a national search for City Manager John Glascock's replacement.
In Greene County, 36% of the population has begun vaccination.
The Supreme Court has dismissed a third major challenge to “Obamacare," preserving health insurance coverage for millions of Americans.