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Want to know how a professor might grade you in class? Search the archive of grades assigned to classes taught at MU. You can find the distribution of grades for every semester.
Track the arrival and departure times of selected airplanes in and out of selected airports for free.
You can find the average daily traffic count for a selection of Boone County roads.
Missouri has the most meth lab seizures in the nation, and these records show the breakdown of seizures by county.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics can tell you how many people were in unions dating back to 1989, and you can compare those figures with national statistics.
Is that water hole you like to take a dip in actually safe? You can find out at the City of Columbia website.
The list gives the age, gender, race and hometown of current inmates.
Increase your knowledge of Columbia by looking at city data that includes demographics, climate patterns and more.
The Big 12 men's basketball tournament is just around the corner. Research all the teams with the help of the 2010-2011 Big 12 men's basketball media guide.
Who knows? You may have money coming to you. The state treasurer has more than $600 million in property that hasn't been claimed.
Find crime statistics for MU, Columbia, Boone County and Missouri.
Find out how the city has been spending your tax dollars for the past 10 years.
Search Missouri unemployment statistics from 1990 to the present by year, month and county.
The document shows the sources for Football Bowl Subdivision schools.
The Columbia City Council work session minutes contain information about concerns over local zoning issues and health insurance options and costs, and even include graphics.
The Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services surveyed more than 1,500 adults and 800 children about their exercise and food habits.
Find out how the Columbia Public Schools are doing in categories like dropout rates and ACT scores.
How does Columbia match up with the state of Missouri's standards? This chart lists various outdoor facilities and how many are in each category throughout the city.
The statistics are broken down by regions in Missouri and provide data on the number of people who have and have not received shelter.