Couples no longer have to make a second trip to Boone County for marriage license applications. The resulting expense and time savings will benefit more than 40,000 taxpayers.
Two MU seniors took advantage of Friday's storms by doing a little fishing at Stephens Lake. See the photos and read the story here.
Karl Kimbel of Klunk’s Bicycles & Repair operates his business out of love — and to feed his affinity for antiques.
Columbia police were looking for a man they said robbed Tokyo Spa at knifepoint Friday afternoon.
Through Thursday, the average daily temperature in Columbia was 84.7 degrees, which would place August 2007 in third place on the list of the 10 hottest Augusts on record.
Residents can visit the midway one last time this weekend at the back-to-school carnival held in the Rock Bridge Shopping Center parking lot.
Several supporters of midwifery filed an appeal with the Missouri Supreme Court on Thursday in the latest blow in the fight to legalize the practice in the state.
A decrease in the rollback means a resident with property valued at $100,000 will pay $7.12 more in property taxes this year.
The third case of West Nile Virus in Boone County has been confirmed, a spokeswoman for the Columbia/Boone County Health Department said this afternoon.
The last wishes of Ruth Warren remain unclear: Two wills, an adult adoption and 14 years of legal disputes have left one Columbia family divided.
There is still room for argument on the effects of global warming and secondhand smoke.
The American Heart Association to meet Saturday at Stephens Lake Park
Success in Afghanistan requires more than money and troops.
Ironweed, a Columbia bluegrass band, returned this week from a tour of China. Banjo-player Dierik Leonhard remains haunted by the face of one of his last fans.
Columnist recalls his growing friendship with Columbia resident George Godas, who recently offered 80 acres of land to Columbia Public Schools to build a third comprehensive high school.
There was no significant movement made by the offenses in the Missouri football team’s final preseason scrimmage Thursday. Junior Chase Patton and redshirt freshman Dominic Grooms took most of the snaps in Thursday’s scrimmage with neither player leading the offense to a touchdown.
Pianist Wendy Chen tries out the new Steinway piano purchased for Thespian Hall in Boonville. Chen performed at the 32nd annual Missouri River Festival of the Arts.