Wilco brought its live show to downtown Columbia on Wednesday night, entertaining a crowd of more than 2,000 people.
The Missouri volleyball team lost to Kansas for the first time since 2003, losing a 2-1 lead and coming apart completely in the last two games.
Firefighters extinguished a 10-acre fire Wednesday afternoon.
Running back Parrish Fisher used to play for the K-State Wildcats and was at Bill Snyder’s last game against MU. Two years later, he is playing against the Tigers, this time with Illinois State.
New Mexico artist Howard Meehan will undertake the city’s next large, outdoor work of art as part of renovations to City Hall.
The new program has three phases, the first of which would begin in February and aims to extend health care to working families who fall below the poverty line.
Effective Sept. 6, Mexican and Canadian truckers were given expanded rights to travel through the U.S. as part of the North American Free Trade Agreement. The new North American trucking system making that possible is generating arguments about safety from the union for American truck drivers.
A longtime push to name downtown alleys has come to the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the public will get a chance to weigh in at Thursday's meeting.
The results are from the Community Choices Open House are in. Community members voted on their top priorities for the future of the city.
Infrastructure costs are one-time buys. They include roads, sewer, natural gas and water utilities. Each of the potential sites for the next high school in Columbia Public Schools will need some of these services, such as a three-mile connection to a sewage line or an extension to a local roads.
Flames and smoke from an unattended cooking fire caused over $25,000 in estimated damages to a west Columbia duplex Wednesday afternoon.
The University of Missouri-St. Louis chancellor, under pressure from students, faculty and other UM System campuses, said he now objects to MU dropping “Columbia” from its official name because it will undermine the legitimacy of other campuses in the system.
The death of a 51-year-old St. Louis woman was the first confirmed West Nile virus-related death of the year.
The survey found that more female drivers buckled up than male drivers.
Although the MU Police Department is continuing investigation, it does not appear that there was malice involved in the crash of Missourian servers earlier this month.
Three juveniles have been arrested in connection with a home invasion in which police say a girl was raped.
The plan, which will be phased in over a 15-month period, aims to eventually provide health care coverage for Missouri families who earn up to 185 percent of the poverty level.
Legislators are cracking down and putting restrictions on payday loan companies, in an attempt to protect Missouri consumers.
An early morning fire activated the sprinkler system at West Village Manor.
Mid-Missouri’s festival season is well under way.