Missouri's tax revenues are running a little ahead of projections heading into the final month of the state budget year.
Researchers from the MU College of Engineering plan to fly to Iraq on June 17th as part of a new collaboration with the University of Technology in Baghdad.
Columbia’s The Gathering Place celebrated its 10,000th breakfast served as a student-run facility.
The longest-serving member of the Missouri Supreme Court has announced his resignation. effective Aug. 1.
The city of Kirksville is adopting a new Wireless Emergency Alert system, which will send severe weather warnings via text messages.
Proposed changes to a stormwater ordinance in Columbia are not happening, after years of discussion.
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Drought conditions abound around much of and lawns and grass are taking a beating.
Nearly 30 years after Times Beach, Mo., was evacuated in one of the nation's most notorious environmental disasters, scientists with the Environmental Protection Agency are returning to the site for a new round of soil sampling.
Clay Waller was arraigned in court Monday on charges of killing his wife, Jacque Waller.