MU Facility Operations crews are working through June 30 to prevent wear and tear around the bases of the MU Columns and to fix drainage issues around Francis Quadrangle.
Adam White oversees a unique landfill called a bioreactor cell that produces methane gas, which is used to generate electricity for the Water and Light Department and the City of Columbia.
The Historic Preservation Commission has requested an archaeologist survey the Ice House. The building could be demolished pending the approval of CVS development plans.
Boone County National Bank will be known as Central Bank of Boone County beginning on June 12. The bank has a slew of celebration festivities planned for the renaming.
Gokul Venkatachalam of Chesterfield, Missouri, and Vanya Shivashankar of Olathe, Kansas, had worked too hard and come close too many times not to win the National Spelling Bee. So they both won, making the bee historic in two ways.
The man's body was pulled from the Missouri River on Tuesday afternoon, and positive identification is pending.
The trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., was the first for Gentry Middle School student Junah Jang, 12.
An MU student writes about our responsibility to speak out in the face of global anti-Semitism.
ST. LOUIS — A controversial statue has been relocated by Saint Louis University after complaints from faculty and students that it symbolizes white supremacy.
The photos released Thursday show a crude wooden crate that contained a sleeping bag, water bottle and other items, including a bucket police said held urine and feces.
Deborah Hume of Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking and Republican Rep. Elijah Haahr are among the advocates for human trafficking survivors who will meet over the next 18 months to evaluate Missouri's policies to combat human trafficking.
Republican Rep. Lynn Morris had his pharmacist's license placed on probation for three years. Morris wrote prescriptions for himself and others without a doctor's approval.
Joplin school officials are being sued over claims that they violated the U.S. Constitution by allowing students to go on a field trip earlier this month at a Christian ministry.
Midway Heights celebrated its last day of the spring 2015 school year with a fifth grade graduation ceremony and honor walk.
For Hickman High School's 12 custodians, summer is a season of deep cleaning.ac Led by Alan Breeler, they will have cleaned every room in the building by the beginning of the next school year.
The central north- and south-bound lanes between University Avenue and Rollins Street will close Monday.
Terry Nickerson Sr., owner and operator of Taxi Terry's, has made a name for himself among Columbia residents through his big personality and friendly demeanor.