C.W. Dawson is invested in Columbia and actively working to solve the community's problems
From indie lovers to blockbuster fanatics, CoMo has a theater for everyone
Book by book, young adult literature is becoming more inclusive
The GPS-based game lists millions of hidden containers worldwide, including more than 300 in Columbia
Tucked into the Ozarks, there lies an aquatic playground for a small and welcoming crew of Show-Me State paddlers
Meteorologists gather as much information as possible, but sometimes, there's no predicting Missouri's strange weather
Bryson Bruce is taking the stage by storm
Moments from the banks of the Missouri, Mississippi and Current rivers
New technology means that traditional archiving methods are becoming obsolete. Now that we’re in the digital age, how do we record — and keep from losing — the artifacts of today?
At MU, construction is in full swing. With five major projects underway this summer, the cost includes a lot of zeros.
Months of negotiations make bringing a musical act to the city a feat
Serving a fourth term as a chair on the Dairy Farmers for America board, Calvin defends her position as a female leader in a male-dominated industry
Two Vox writers documented 13 straight hours spent in separate Columbia Waffle Houses.The journey is brought to you by five cups of coffee, four waffles, three slices of bacon, two orders of eggs, one biscuit with gravy, hashbrowns — smothered and covered — and the wonderful employees they met along the way.
How a family of eight became a family of 13 in just 12 minutes
What's in a name? Vox writers sought to uncover the history behind the titles of Columbia's buildings and streets.
Societal expectations and toxic masculinity have painful impacts on men's mental health
In a running rut? Explore these four trails to spice up your routine and give your legs a boost
Waugh, Seventh and Cherry Streets are all original brick streets — an endangered entity in American cities
We don't mean to be cheesy, but Columbia's slices have a pizza our heart
As Keegan Pope's time in Columbia comes to a close, he looks back at the once-strange town that became his home