Four organizations met to question the city council decision to purchase more Tasers for Columbia police. Another Public meeting is planned for July 15.
Misleading descriptors such as "100-year" and "500-year" have been detrimental for the many who believe the floods will not strike again.
The Gardner family sell fireworks because they love them and don’t mind that they have no multicolored tent to sell from, only the barn in their back yard.
Just before 5 p.m. on Monday, the Columbia Fire Department responded to a fire was caused by boxes left atop a lit stove burner.
Burglary charges were dropped Monday morning against convicted murderer Dwight Tyrell Hayes, and the sentencing hearings for two other incidents in which Hayes was involved were combined and scheduled for August 4.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder will speak in Columbia at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to a press release.
The district paid for installation of artificial turf at Hickman in 2006 and is still waiting for repayment of $85,000 of it.
Neal E. Boyd, an MU grad and Sikeston native, has won a spot at the callbacks of the NBC show “America’s Got Talent.”
The governor’s former chief of staff filed a lawsuit Monday on behalf of embryonic stem cell research critics that seeks to delay spending from a state life-sciences research fund.
Today was the final deadline for the 2008-2009 school year budget. School Board members were required to approve a finalized budget for the 2008-2009 school year.
Gov. Blunt signed a bill that updates state laws against harassment to keep pace with technology by removing the requirement that the communication be either written or over the telephone.
Several shelves might be empty for a while at PETCO. The store, located at 2101 W. Broadway, is out of certain brand-name pet foods including Purina, Hill’s Science Diet and Natural Choice after the FDA ordered the seizure of stock at a distribution center.
During a trip to Independence on Monday, Barack Obama defended his patriotism and responded to accusations that he wrongly questioned John McCain’s military service record.
The owners of Athena Night Club have withdrawn their appeal of the city’s revocation of their business licenses.
The swollen Mississippi River hasn’t caused major problems in St. Louis, although the city’s Independence Day festival will relocate from the Arch to another spot downtown. The worst of this year’s flooding appears over, unless torrential rain strikes to the north.
Barack Obama visited Independence, Mo., on Monday and gave a speech that offered his interpretation of patriotism.
Love INC is a Christian-based social work organization that strives to provide long-term solutions to those in need in Columbia, and fills the holes left by other charities.
The Holy Trinity is a Christian belief that God the Father, the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit are separate beings but still part of the “One God.”
Rising prices for gasoline and endless lists of projects have turned the idea of home ownership into a nightmare. In a sound economy, the dissatisfaction would probably never have arisen. On a bright summer day in any other year I would have been horrified if anybody had suggested apartment living to me.
Columbia resident says Mary Still, candidate for the 25th District , has a lot of experience that can help her serve the community.