In front of a roaring, standing-room-only crowd at the Missouri University of Science and Technology on Wednesday, Sen. Barack Obama, D—Ill., detailed his economic plan for the nation if he is elected president. The senator stopped in Springfield, Rolla and Union on Wednesday as part of his economic tour through rural Missouri.
A 2006 study suggested an extension of Elm Street through the area.
Sen. Barack Obama’s rock-star appeal has generated buzz in the media, but many voters are still asking why. About 1,500 came to hear the candidate speak in Rolla on Wednesday.
Officers found a handgun and drugs, including crack cocaine, in a vehicle in the area of Douglass Park.
The total proposed budget for the city of Columbia for FY2009 is $397.6 million, a 1 percent increase from 2008. City Manager Bill Watkins presented the annual budget proposal at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
The state and Warren Funeral Chapel agreed to a temporary restraining order Wednesday afternoon in order to resolve some of the issues in the case.
Five Republicans, four Democrats and one Libertarian hope for their party’s nomination for 9th District Representative to the U.S. Congress.
Heavy rains continue to delay work on ball fields at the Boone County Fairgrounds. While most of the large projects are completed there are lots of smaller jobs to be finished, supervisors say.
City Council members are invited to participate in a training program similar to what Columbia's Police officers receive.
The candidates highlighted their respective experiences in relation to health care.
Ralls County Sheriif John Forney estimates 30 residents living near Mark Twain Lake have evacuated from their low-lying homes. Tuesday night, 8.5 inches of rain fell in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park, Kan.
Local sales tax will still be applied to purchases made this weekend, but the state sales tax will be waived.
The exercise will begin at 5 p.m. today at Rock Bridge High School.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is stepping into traditionally Republican territory as he travels through Missouri on Wednesday.
Columbia resident voices concerns of Taser use by police both for the public
Volunteers are needed to help with the effort after heavy rains have cause flooding.
Obesity may be an issue in society but government organizations go too far in regulation.