About 30 people were involved in a disturbance that left one man hospitalized Monday evening, Columbia Police said.
The new First Ward representative joins Skala, Wade and Hoppe with his similar concerns about planning and development.
COLUMBIA — Traffic signals and streetlights were out and residents and businesses near Providence Road were without power on Monday night, beginning around 9:30 p.m.
Members of the Columbia City Council provided the following written responses to Missourian questions about growth, development and planning.
At the council inauguration, Almeta Crayton thanked its members and handed down her seat to Paul Sturtz, who became the new First Ward councilman.
ST. LOUIS — Flood-weary residents were hard hit again by high water in parts of southern Missouri in recent days, resulting in reports Monday of one death and dozens of damaged and waterlogged homes.
Nauser answers questions about development.
The Missouri House gave first-round approval on Monday to legislation targeting the influence of lawyers in the judicial nominating process along a nearly party-line vote.
Robert Wuthnow kicked off MU’s annual series of speakers on religion and public life Monday, presenting his thesis that the global outreach of U.S. churches is at an all-time high.
Soaring commodity prices. Rising fuel costs. A growing world population. Weather-related disasters. Competition from biofuels. The lowest level of grain stocks in decades. All of these factors are now coming together to create what those who feed the world’s most impoverished regions are calling a “perfect storm” of circumstances.
Four Hickman High School students accepted the Highest Rank award for their work on last year’s student literary magazine at Monday night’s School Board meeting.
The Missouri water polo team, a club sport, has had its share of struggles with gaining recognition and keeping participation, but its members continue playing the sport they love.
April 15 is the last day to file tax returns for 2008.
An armed man robbed a Casey’s Convenience Store in northern Columbia on Monday morning, according to a police news release.
Doshia Woods comes from Oregon State to be recruiting coordinator for the Missouri women’s basketball team.
ST. CHARLES — Army Col. Stephen Scott drove fast cars and was known as a daredevil who lived on the edge. But it wasn’t thrill seeking that prompted his return to Iraq in December for a second tour of duty. Relatives said a dedication to his fellow soldiers drew him to Baghdad, where he was killed last week.
Nicole Wilson was an athlete at MU on both the volleyball and women’s basketball teams.
On Oct. 6, 1979, Pope John Paul II emerged from a car’s sunroof, waving and smiling to thousands of cheering onlookers who lined Washington streets and even climbed trees for a glimpse of the Roman Catholic leader.
Things will be different when Pope Benedict XVI arrives this month.