The volunteer event has grown to 34 partnered churches and 1,600 volunteers this year.
Since it was dismissed without prejudice, the lawsuit can be filed again.
Young girls learn about healthy self-image, positive community and achieving goals in Columbia.
Adjunct journalism professor Carl Kenney: “The real emphasis of this project (is) to create opportunities for those who need it.”
Columbia Farmers Market offers locally grown produce, meats, and fresh baked goods in their first ever Thanksgiving-themed food market
Local bakeries are deliciously dealing with the excitement and stress of the upcoming holiday season
Survive Missouri’s jack-o'-lantern shortage with these spooky substitutes
The CoMo Derby Dames promote athleticism and female empowerment through their unorthodox sport.
Chaz Bundick: “That’s who sees music is college kids. They tend to understand that live music is important to have in your life.”
Range Free serves delicious (and safe) food you can feel good about, thanks to its single set of working hands.
The film is an important step toward a more diverse media environment.
Pamela Cohn takes center stage as True/False’s new programmer.
From running errands to the daily food grind, this everyday service can help you Gofer it.
Computer science major Jacob Rice talks about the creation of Every Chat.
The app gives students local and online discounts for staying off their phones in class.
The Social Room opened just weeks ago and already hopes to help diversify the Columbia music scene.
A la Riot Grrl, the camp teaches about feminism and the history of girl-rock in between music lessons.
Don’t feel stuck during the holidays; help is on the way!
Village at Boone Junction is home to four historical Boone County structures.
“I hope when people see the Magic Tree, they’re not only excited by the bright electric colors, but calmed at the same time somehow,” says (tree-lighter-in-chief) Randy Fletcher.