Mayor Darwin Hindman appointed a new committee Thursday to drum up support for the city’s $77 million April sewer bond issue.
Thursday marked the seventh Heart Fair at Boone Hospital.
The Columbia Public School Board has changed the time of its March 20 work session, during which the board will discuss possible budget cuts and considerations, to allow more of the public to attend.
Millions of toys were recalled in 2007 for containing lead, and now parents in the area can find out if their children’s toys that have not yet been tested are safe.
The Wyoming-based airline, which competed with Mesa Air Group for the initial essential air service contract, says it probably will bid to replace Mesa and is interested in flying eventually to destinations other than St. Louis and Kansas City.
The commission is looking at ways to put the more than $800,000 annually allocated to social service agencies where need is most urgent.
ST. LOUIS — Another winter storm blew into Missouri on Thursday, shutting down schools, causing accidents and creating commuter headaches.
JEFFERSON CITY — Critics of the way some Missouri judges are selected today filed a proposed constitutional amendment to let voters pick a new method.
JEFFERSON CITY — A state audit of the governor’s office released Thursday points out continued problems with political and personal use of state vehicles.
WASHINGTON — Next year’s flu vaccine is getting a complete overhaul to provide protection against three new and different influenza strains — hopefully better protection than this year’s version.
The Fire District will pay the full amount of back taxes it failed to collect from two temporary employees.
An April 7 sentencing hearing has been set.
Editor's note: The following is an unedited press release from the city of Columbia regarding Columbia Transit routes.
The guns in the NIU and Kirkwood shootings were obtained legally. Although the freedom to bear arms should not be curtailed, mandatory gun safety training is a must.
Editor's note: The following is an unedited press release from the city of Columbia.
Forecasters were anticipating a break in precipitation Thursday evening, but another round of winter weather was expected late tonight, the National Weather Service in St. Louis reported at 4:20 p.m.