Bike Across Missouri tour dodges flooding, wraps up successful fifth year
The fifth annual Bike Across Missouri tour drew to a close Friday as cyclists rolled into Columbia over the course of the afternoon.
For the second year, MU student wins talent portion of Miss Missouri
Simone Esters won best overall talent in the preliminary competition on Thursday. She's one of five MU students participating. Miss Missouri is crowned Saturday night.
Local businesses make changes for the summer
Columbia is seeing its local businesses changing, closing and getting new additions.
KCLR to host radiothon for tornado and flooding victims
Donations will go to the Samaritan Center, People Helping Paws, Common Ground, Special Olympics Missouri and United Way of Central Missouri.
New principal named for West Boulevard Elementary
Melissa Galloway has a Ph.D. in educational leadership and experience as a principal at the elementary and high school levels, according to Columbia Public Schools.
Columbia man who visited schools to 'bless them' gets probation
Kelvin Joe, 53, of Columbia was sentenced to two years unsupervised probation for trespassing local school grounds.
Prison program teaches women how to be entrepreneurs
The 20-week program teaches them various skills like market projections, advertising and feasibility studies.
Many tears and years later, my St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup
It's a bright sunshiny day for the Missourian's Melanie Rau, and it just might stay that way for long time. Her St. Louis Blues are finally Stanley Cup champions.
Rocheport restaurants and stores remain open, face decrease in tourism
Letting people know that we are open and we are fully functioning would help our little town, Stockton Mercantile employee Lynn Barber said.
Central Missouri Radio Assocation to host ham radio field day exercise
The event will take place on Saturday, June 22 from 1 p.m. to 11 p.
Residents fight to 'Save Historic Broadway
Residents of one of Columbia's historic districts push back on a proposed development that would demolish three historic homes at the intersection of West Broadway and West Boulevard.
Columbia man dies in duplex fire
Jason Ian Frazier, 38, of Columbia, was found dead after the duplex fire.
Police recover missing Boone County child in North Carolina
Police arrested the child's mother after witnesses saw her in Murphy, North Carolina.
Early-bird deadline for KOPN Central Missouri Holiday Parade approaching
The deadline for reduced rates for entry into the KOPN Central Missouri Holiday Parade is Tueday.
Second phase of $1.8 million sewer project begins
Phase two of a sewer project along Bingham and Ridgeley roads to replace old sewer lines began Monday.
Closed Grindstone bridge complicates daily life for nearby residents
Residents on the New Haven side of the bridge are cut off from basic services if they don't have a car to navigate the detours.
MU Health Care makes plans to serve more patients
The health committee met ahead of the UM System Board of Curators June 20-21 meeting.
Kinder degrees at MU would focus on constitutional democracy, Atlantic history
The bachelor's and master's degrees await final approval next week by the UM System Board of Curators.
Boys & Girls Clubs members embrace STEM with 'Ask an Engineer
The hands-on approach to scientific learning is meant to complement a similar initiative throughout Columbia Public Schools.
Amtrak partially restores trips between St. Louis and Kansas City
Morning departures on Amtrak's River Runner line between Kansas City and St. Louis will resume operations.