The 6-3 vote followed a public hearing that heard from the project’s developers and representatives from surrounding neighborhood associations over the lots, which would be home to a Taco Bell and a Break Time convenience store.
The Salvation Army Harbor House, located at 602 N. Ann St., has remained a mystery to residents since the business moved there in 2002. The Harbor House is the only homeless shelter in Boone County that houses men, women and families.
The panel contacted and interviewed police review boards in Albany, N.Y., and Fort Collins, Colo., but committee members said they didn’t gain a lot of insight.
In response to Columbia Public Schools’ efforts to reduce its costs, Superintendent Phyllis Chase has volunteered to take a roughly 10 percent pay cut.
Cowboys and cowgirls from across the state will compete at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals this weekend.
MU graduate students demonstrated how to categorize animals by their skulls Thursday.
Heavy oil in Missouri has attracted increased interest as a way to hedge high energy prices.
Robert Duncan has been named the new vice chancellor of research for MU. He succeeds Jim Coleman.
A month after turning 21, Dick Cochran was participating in discus throwing in the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome. Now, the 69-year-old retiree has picked the sport back up again.
The threesome are teaming up for “Real Intelligence,” a discussion on the War on Terror and the tensions between the U.S. and Iran. The event comes to Columbia on Sunday.
Michael Schoenleber aims to show how youth can be involved in promoting unity and peace between Iraqi and American students.
MU students Sarah Newsome and Steven Adamski started making the bars last summer for themselves. They now sell about 270 each week to local businesses and consumers.
When a 1977 military marker is found alongside U.S. 63 near I-70, a four year attempt to find its final resting place ensues.
Activities, free food and beverage will be made to SummerFest-goers in hopes to acclimate more persons to the Village of Cherry Hill.
Printing the Columbia Missourian only once a week would ruin a community and School of Journalism resource.
A fire caused by an unattended deep-fat fryer sent one man to the hospital and caused significant damage to a home at 200 Oak St. on Wednesday night, according to a release from the Columbia Fire Department.
A Missouri health department veterinarian says the mosquito species most likely to breed in the floodwaters are “nuisance” species that leave welts and itchy bites, but they cannot spread the West Nile virus.
My antenna went up and alarms went off when an unsolicited package addressed to David Rosman arrived at his church.