Council tables request to include dealership in Crosscreek Center

A request to allow a car dealership as part of the Crosscreek Center being developed at U.S. 63 and Stadium Boulevard was tabled until March 3 by the Columbia City Council on Monday night.

MU-KU coaches appraise Knight's career

Anderson and Self comment on the Texas Tech coaches prolific career, and other notes from Missouri's loss at Lawrence.

Missouri falls to Kansas 90-71

The Tigers came out hard — and with all its healthy players available — but slowly faded away against the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks. Missouri had played shorthanded in its past two games before coming to Lawrence, Kan.

Historic house defined by art

Katy and Hank Ottinger received news in early January that their house, at 511 Westwood Ave., was chosen as one of the 10 Notable Historic Properties in Columbia for 2008.

Man found dead at hotel had nowhere to stay, family says

Stanley R. Lamberson, 56, was discovered dead on the concrete of the second floor outdoor walkway of a Columbia hotel.

Former infirmary to be honored as Columbia Historic Preservation Commission's 100th building

On Tuesday night, the Columbia Historic Preservation Committee will honor what could be one of the oldest houses in Columbia. The house, owned by Greg and Linda Bartels at 1601 Stoney Brook Ave., claims a checkered and somewhat unknown past.

Three injured in accident at Broadway and Heather Lane

All three involved were wearing seat belts and were transported to University Hospital for treatment.

Rock Bridge assistant Hammond faces old team

Rock Bridge student assistant boys basketball coach Brady Hammond will coach against his former high school Liberty tonight in a top 10 matchup.

Father, daughter lead the way for Columbia College

Coach Mike Davis and his daughter, point guard Whitney Davis, provide leadership both on and off the court for the Columbia College women’s basketball team.

Hoehn recovers from injury to play key role

MU Wrestler Marcus Hoehn battled injuries last year, but is now playing an important role this season.

Shooting victim's report contradictory, police say

The victim, whose name was not released, said he was shot in the calf early Saturday morning at DaLena’s, 128 E. Nifong Blvd.

Film festival continues contest for Missourian documentaries

Film festival contest rewards film makers on their ability to best portray a truth, or a lie.

Artist presents new proposal for City Hall art project

A revised proposal for artwork to be included in the renovation of City Hall is available online for viewing and comment.

College Goal Sunday to help would-be college students with financial aid

College Goal Sunday is designed to help college-bound students and their parents learn how to fill out financial aid forms, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as FAFSA).

MU guard Tiller earns conference honors

Missouri guard J.T. Tiller was named co-Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Player of the Week along with Nebraska center Aleks Maric on Monday.

Two men arrested on suspicion of punching man, stealing gun

Two Columbia men were arrested early Sunday morning after witnesses said the men punched a victim and stole his gun at a party.

Police said man in ski mask entered house, punched woman

Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a burglary and assault Sunday night in Columbia.

Air show supporters still enthusiastic despite fewer air shows

As the number of air shows decline and consolidate nationwide, St. Louis air enthusiasts encourage young people to maintain their interest in aviation.

Serving on Super Bowl Sunday

By 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Rosemary Waelder had been serving food and drinks for nearly 11 hours at Buffalo Wild Wings.

Hulshof launches bid for governor at airport

Republican U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof of Columbia kicked off his campaign for governor at a meeting with a couple dozen enthusiastic supporters at Columbia Regional Airport on Monday morning.