The Stephens College basketball team has won three games in a row, the biggest streak in the fledgling program’s history.
The public will know who’s inside and their intended topic at the next closed meeting between utility officials and utility regulators.
In November, the City Council approved the creation of Mayor Darwin Hindman’s 15-member task force to investigate whether a civilian board is needed to oversee the Columbia Police Department.
Just like ‘Cheers,’ everybody really does know your name at Lucy's Diner.
The Missourian rounded up tips to help you prepare for the next storm.
The Columbia Public School Board will decide Monday whether the district will continue with a statewide school funding lawsuit.
The National Weather Service issued an ice storm warning set to begin at 6 p.m. Monday and end at 6 a.m. Wednesday, just as it canceled the freezing rain advisory that had been in effect this afternoon.
A number of restaurants offering delivery service were continuing operations Sunday despite the weather and poor roads, but the food could take longer to get there.
The tree branches in Elizabeth Stevens’ backyard crashed to the ground. She can’t open her back door.
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Columbia grocery stores were receiving a low, but steady, flow of customers on Sunday.
Monday finals at MU are still on for now, but a final decision won't be made until early Monday morning.
"My first concern is for the safety of all Missourians. I urge motorists to travel with extreme caution as the state works to keep highways clean during this continuing winter weather emergency."
The city's Public Works crews are swamped clearing high priority roads and are unlikely to get to residential streets soon.
Many homes in Boone County are without power. Ameren UE reports outages around Jefferson City and St. Louis.
President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela lost a referendum that would have made him president for life, while President Vladimir Putin of Russia gained more control over parliament.