In other business, the board approved bus routes for the 2007-2008 year and reviewed plans for the new elementary school.
Columbia police on Monday night identified the woman killed early Sunday on Interstate 70 as Joyce M. Gordon, 74. Gordon’s identity was confirmed by dental records obtained from her family.
The owners of Columbia’s two downtown hotels, the Regency Hotel and The Tiger hotel, presented separate remodeling plans to the City Council at its work session Monday night.
MU football players weren’t the only winners this weekend. Retailers selling Mizzou shirts, onesies and pompoms were blitzed with customers and are now working to replenish shelves.
Marion Dickerson, a grandparent and signature collector, will speak to the high school site evaluation committee at its meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Despite the largest home crowd in 23 years, early police report show about 17 arrests after Saturday's game against Nebraska. Traffic backed up around the stadium as both pedestrians and vehicles tried to maneuver.
The resolution supporting President Lamb’s statements against an amendment that would ban stem cell research was approved 6-1 by the Board of Curators
An open house will allow the public to weigh in on plans for road improvements in a fast-developing part of the city.
More than 1,300 city employees did not receive raises.
At a recent luncheon, Robb characterized several state universities such as Harris-Stowe State University as unnecessary and a waste of state funds.
Devlin’s attorneys said he plans to plead guilty to all counts against him in the abduction and abuse of Ben Ownby and Shawn Hornbeck during a series of hearings this week.
The attention received by a YouTube video of Jay Nixon allegedly arriving at a campaign stop in his state car demonstrates how the video site has entered the realm of Missouri state politics.
Journalism professionals from all over the country are coming to Columbia to receive the Missouri Honor Medal Award, which is given annually to the best journalists in the field.
A 46-year-old Columbia man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of second-degree domestic assault, felonious restraint and kidnapping after holding his girlfriend against her will, police said.
The expansion of the program was vetoed by President Bush despite a bipartisan compromise by both of Missouri’s U.S. senators.
Money was taken after suspect threatened both passenger and driver in the 1500 block of University Avenue.
Those who have served this country deserve the same support and care as those who are serving now.