An anxiety-filled summer finally came to end Monday night when the City Council unanimously approved the annexation and rezoning of two mobile home parks.
Zaire Taylor is a transfer from the University of Delaware
A proposal by Boone Hospital Center to rezone land to accommodate a new 900-space parking garage was approved unanimously by the City Council on Monday night.
Missouri’s legislature began its special session Monday with a near empty House and Democrats bickering in the Senate. The House of Representatives held a short, poorly attended technical session Monday for bill introductions and then adjourned within minutes.
Residents agreed Scott Boulevard needs a face-lift, but how its proposed reconstruction should happen was the subject of an unprecedented joint public hearing of the Boone County Commission and Columbia City Council on Monday night.
Former city manager Ray Beck was appointed project director of the Diocese of Jefferson City’s efforts to establish a regional Catholic high school in Columbia.
MU's 2007 enrollment increase is the smallest in years despite record number of freshmen and an increased retention rate.
Rick Ankiel’s first-inning outfield assist sparked the Cardinals’ early, and his seventh-inning home run held off the Cubs late.
The Missouri Rural Crisis Center and Patchwork Family Farms will sponsor a benefit for mid-Missouri farmers from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Terra Bella Farms in Hatton.
A 22-year-old woman says a man choked her while driving, tried to run her over with a car.
A proposed contract with LaserCraft calls for catching offenders on camera at 16 intersections.
Artist Frank Stack created the winning poster for 2007 Columbia Festival of the Arts.
More than 30 members of Missouri Task Force 1 left Monday for the Dallas-Fort Worth area in preparation for Hurricane Dean.
Jeff Barrow spent a year chronicling Chad Pregracke's mission to clean up the Missouri River.
The city's plan to use Worley and Ash streets to diffuse congestion creates heavier traffic and safety issues in central Columbia neighborhoods.
A contractor for the city will pour the deck for a new bridge on Chapel Hill Road this Wednesday night. Residents are warned that the work will be noisy.
Children today have too much freedom and too many choices. Educators looking to improve the school system should place more emphasis on tried-and-true methods.
Kansas City outscored Oakland 16-5 in the first two games and had a 22-7 scoring edge, including the team’s 6-2 win at Texas on Thursday, during a three-game winning streak. But the Royals didn’t get on the board Sunday until Emil Brown’s RBI single in the seventh scored Mark Grudzielanek, who doubled leading off the inning.
Carlos Zambrano wanted to show why the Cubs gave him a whopping five-year, $91.5 million dollar contract. For three innings Sunday night, he did. Then the game against the St. Louis Cardinals was rained out. After retiring all nine batters he faced, Zambrano looked sharp, relieved and relaxed after getting his contract situation resolved after a season of waiting. He was certainly on track to be better than he had in his previous three starts.