Financial strains prompt Missouri’s student loan agency to delay a scheduled payment for Gov. Matt Blunt’s college construction plan.
Rising utility costs prompted the Columbia Housing Authority to move the long-planned window work up on its priority list.
The City Council and staff are trying to fix a development process that often receives complaints.
The worst may not be over for middle America river towns. As weather forecasts predict more rain and higher river levels, communities make preparations.
The money will will provide four students from Clark County with a four-year, full-ride scholarship to MU through the Flagship Scholars program.
Columbia Police originally refused to release the name of Cortez Johnson, the 2-year-old who was found dead this week.
Darryl Vest was charged Wednesday for fatally beating James Dake of Columbia, who was also on probation.
Residents soon will use vouchers to fetch bags from stores rather than their yards.
Dwight T. Hayes, 21, was found guilty on all charges in his trial for the robbery and murder of former Comfort Inn general manager Cynthia White in November.
The bulbs contain a small amount of mercury and can’t be thrown away in the trash.
The St. Louis-based brewer settled with attorneys general from 11 states, who said the beverages targeted at minors.
Bills concern microchip implants, gun range noise violations, the Second Injury Fund and money for sheriff’s departments.
A man is accused of stealing a boat from a St. Charles County marina and taking a ride in floodwaters, with his young son along for the ride.
The donated trout constitute the Neosho hatchery’s surplus of that size rainbow trout for this year.
Bishop, if elected, would change the way certain properties are assessed and create a commission to handle tax appeals.
Here are five Columbia museums, each with diverse and unique exhibits. Many offer children’s programs as well as opportunities for lifelong learners.
The group is looking to bring medical supplies and other equipment to the island nation.
The boy’s father, who is allegedly responsible for some of the child’s injuries, is wanted by police.
Mortality is the subject of discussion in the wake of recent celebrity deaths and talk of the possible demise of the Missourian’s printed edition. But the printed word will never die; it will just change its mode of delivery.
The trial of Dwight Hayes, the man accused of shooting hotel manager Cynthia White in November, continued Wednesday. Hayes told police there was a second shooter, but the prosecution claims otherwise. The defense asserts Hayes was coerced into telling police what they wanted to hear.