A Boone County jury on Friday afternoon found Jeremy A. Brady, a former Boone County Fire Protection District volunteer firefighter, guilty of one count of deviate sexual assault.
A Columbia man was convicted of wire fraud and identity theft Friday for obtaining credit cards using identities he found by researching local obituaries.
A Columbia strip club owner was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison on Friday for income tax evasion, said Don Ledford, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney General’s office.
The Boone County Fire Protection District on Friday announced that it had settled two lawsuits and negotiated agreements in three other potential lawsuits by former employees.
Columbia Public Schools will have a news conference at 8 a.m. Tuesday on Aug. 21 to begin the 2007-08 school year.
Done with Sunday Bible class, kids raced to Babe Manns to get a stick of gum. Each took one and gave Manns a big hug. “I’m known as the Gum Man around here,” Manns said. “There are more kids who know me than the preacher.”
A University of Missouri-Kansas City graduate student is suing a professor who she said addressed her in a classroom using a racial slur and other expletives.
Soldiers at Fort Leonard Wood are being told to keep away from a notorious party spot at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Beginning today, Columbia residents will have a chance to donate old refrigerators, toasters or computers gathering dust in their basements to help the environment and some of their neighbors at the same time.
Students were eager to be back at school Thursday for West Boulevard Elementary’s Back to School Night.
The Environmental Protection Agency will seek civil penalties against an apartment community and golf course in northeastern Columbia because of violations of its storm water pollution prevention plan.
As new residents and returning students move into their rented duplexes, homes and apartments, dealing with landlords and the legal issues can cause major headaches. They become even worse when citizens are unaware of their rights as tenants.
Missouri Assessment Program test results to be made public today will show where Columbia Public Schools fell short on meeting federally mandated targets.
Sniffling as she wiped tears off her face with a tissue, the soft-spoken woman described Thursday at the Boone County Courthouse how she was sexually assaulted by a Boone County Fire Protection District firefighter.
In the midst of soaring temperatures, Missouri still looks to be in for a large corn crop.
Many of Steven “Rudy” Shrader’s farms are littered with what some might consider an uncommon item: broken-down wheelchairs.
Preliminary MAP results released this week by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education showed Field Elementary School met yearly progress through a provision called safe harbor.
Parkade Elementary School, part of Columbia Public Schools, was recently notified of its “needing improvement” preliminary designation status required under the No Child Left Behind Act.
When it comes to gardening, I wish I could just sleep through August. By August my garden is a bit unruly. Some areas are downright neglected, and noxious weeds and insects seem to be taking over the world.