The Citizen Oversight Committee heard both sides Thursday on whether or not citizens need to oversee the Columbia Police Department.
The First Ward’s youth discussion has been postponed, but First Ward Councilwoman Almeta Crayton advocates the importance of listening to the youths themselves.
The Tigers haven’t lost a home game yet this year, but the Jayhawks are probably the most talented team on the Tigers’ schedule.
Missouri’s tallest player can be shy, but take Leo Lyons out of the limelight and more of his personality is revealed.
The statistical leaders atop the Big 12 Conference’s women’s basketball charts read like a who’s who in the game today.
A rapid, early morning change in weather caught drivers off guard Thursday morning, resulting in 13 accidents in Boone County.
New stores in the Bear Creek and Lincoln/Unity apartment complexes will serve residents and provide on-the-job training.
The deadline to file for a seat on the Boone County Fire District is approaching and five people have already filed.
A new program for low-income families who want to learn better relationship skills will begin next month.
Former Boone County Presiding Commissioner Keith Schnarre will challenge incumbent Fred Parry for a five-year term on the board that governs the county-owned Boone Hospital Center. Freshman incumbent Brian Neuner will seek a one-year term.
The proposed legislation would make the Kansas mascot a hunted bird in Missouri.
An attempted armed robbery took place Wednesday in the 300 block of Sanford Avenue while a 15-year-old was baby-sitting two children, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
Two individual awards and one organizational award were presented before a sold-out crowd at the Columbia Values Diversity Celebration.
The No. 18 Cowgirls (15-1, 3-0 Big 12) ruled the boards in a 76-41 victory over the Tigers on Wednesday in Stillwater, Okla.
The driver of a car traveling south crossed the center line into the path of another vehicle, according to an account given by Columbia Police.
People who don’t vote have no right to complain.
There were some no-shows in the MU men's basketball team's lineup Wednesday night, leaving DeMarre Carroll and Matt Lawrence to fend for themselves a Tigers’ loss at Iowa State.