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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.
Find out what phone calls the sheriff's department is responding to in the county and see if anything's happening in your neighborhood.
The online document describes how the Big 12 budget is determined.
Why is Boone the 13th healthiest county in Missouri, and what are the environmental factors affecting the health of Boone’s residents?
Want a passport or a marriage license but don't have your birth certificate? Here's how to find a copy.
Are local and state government measures aimed at attacking drug and alcohol abuse in Missouri having an impact in Boone County?
Find out the health hazards for the eateries you frequent.
Millions of federal dollars are flowing into mid-Missouri. Find out where it's going.
Find out who was stopped by police, the reasons and more in a 2009 report of total stops categorized by race.
You can learn about air quality, pollutant levels and the UV index from the Environmental Protection Agency.
A report on the scope of the obesity problem in Missouri from the Department of Health and Senior Services.
Through the state patrol's database, you can find out if there is a registered sex offender near your home or school.
This report shows a snapshot of individual universities' spending on athletics in 2006.
Find test scores, demographic data and dropout rates for every public school in the state through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's website.
Public Education Director Tom Durkin announced last March that his office would provide education on Missouri's Sunshine Law to public officials in every county.
The Missourian is celebrating Sunshine Week, where throughout this week and once a week thereafter, the Missourian will highlight a specific government record. Today, the featured record is a searchable list of polling locations.