“True/False has descended,” read a line of children’s magnetic letters on a sign at the Ragtag Cinemacafe. The Tenth Street theater was “closed for sleeping” Monday, according to its Web site, after the four-day True/False Film Festival.
Columbia voters who want to know whether City Council candidates can think on their feet, how they interact with the public or where they stand on lesser issues will have to catch them at a candidate forum or wait for a knock on their door.
ST. LOUIS — Damien Nash was remembered Monday as a charismatic man with a captivating smile who died as he lived, competing in sports and helping his community.
Missouri forward Vaidotas Volkus doesn’t mind contact. In fact, he admits at times he enjoys it during basketball games. Maybe that’s why most of the time, he is the one creating the rough play.
OKLAHOMA CITY — At Monday’s practice at the Cox Convention Center, Bryan Mann wasn’t thinking about jump shots or hustling.
JEFFERSON CITY — In the wake of the November deaths of two mid-Missouri teens — Paige Siddall, 17, and Derek E. Struckhoff, 18 — education and safeguards are being proposed for Missouri’s newest drivers.
Police from Columbia and other jurisdictions have developed a plan to maintain order during this weekend’s planned neo-Nazi march, while community leaders are formulating a civic response, including declaring a day of tolerance.
Two Columbia men were sentenced Monday morning after pleading guilty to participating in a conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine, according to a news release from the Western District of Missouri’s U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Shonna Edwards stands amid her matching red suitcases and bags waiting for the eastbound Greyhound.
JEFFERSON CITY — The executioners of convicted killers would get additional protection under a bill proposed by a Missouri senator.
JEFFERSON CITY — Schools that canceled classes during January’s ice storms would not be required to make up lost time if a proposed legislation before the Missouri legislature becomes a law.
After months of negotiation between Columbia’s Special Business District Board and downtown business and property owners, the City Council passed amendments to the District’s sign and awning ordinances Monday night.
A Columbia woman was assaulted at Parkade Elementary School on Monday after she tried to stop a man from crossing the school playground, the Columbia Police Department said in a news release.
Recently released statistics by the Columbia Police Department and the Boone County Sheriff’s office reinforce what some say is an all-too familiar picture: Black drivers were more likely to be pulled over and searched than their white counterparts.
Controversy surrounding a number of video slot machines manufactured by Konami Gaming has found its way to mid-Missouri.