Lagging sales tax revenue means tight budgets for Boone County government, which relies heavily on the tax for its income.
Columbia is one of top 10 towns to live in, according to Outside Magazine. The outdoors publication named Columbia the No. 10 best place to live in its August issue. The magazine publishes the list every year with a different theme. This year the theme was “civic renovation.”
Thirty volunteers through Mizzou Students for Christ will be traveling to New Orleans for a massive cleanup effort in the city’s Lower Ninth Ward. As part of the annual International Churches of Christ campus ministry conference, held this year in Baton Rouge from July 3-6. 1,400 students from around the country are scheduled to spend the day working.
Members of the GetAbout Columbia executive committee recommended a list of 18 priority projects with a total estimated cost of $15,741,886, in a meeting held Tuesday afternoon.
The voluntary recall of some ground beef products extended to more than 20 states on Wednesday, and Kroger's urged customers to check the ground beef in their refrigerators.
Attorneys for Anheuser-Busch argued Wednesday that two shareholder lawsuits in St. Louis should be suspended while a Delaware judge considers nearly a dozen similar lawsuits related to the possible takeover by rival brewer InBev.
Red-light cameras should not be delayed any further.
The Boone County Historical Society, Columbia City Council, and shotgun house property owners have decided to move the structure to Nifong Park and include it in the Boone Junction historical village.
A judge has denied a request from critics of stem cell research to block spending from a state life-sciences research fund.
But nothing in Nicholas T. Sheley's history suggested he was capable of the violence of which he is now suspected: killing eight people in Missouri and Illinois.
Construction blocking the sidewalk at the intersection of Eighth and Elm Streets is part of MU’s contribution to beautify the historic Avenue of the Columns.
The fire occurred Tuesday. It was found to be started towards the front of the house, which is an indicator of arson, said Division Chief Gale Blomenkamp of the Boone County Fire Protection District.
Monsanto announced Wednesday it completed the purchase of Marmot SA, which operates Semillas Cristiani Burkard, a private, Guatamala-based seed company with operations in 12 countries.
Gov. Matt Blunt has cut Missouri’s $500,000 contribution to help refurbish the courthouse where Harry Truman got his political start.
Guy Bailey, a former provost and executive vice president at the University of Texas-San Antonio, will be offered the job after a state-required waiting period of 21 days.
A man suspected in a killing spree that left eight people in two states dead is being held near St. Louis until authorities from western Illinois can pick him up.
State Rep. Jeff Harris says he would use his office to side with local property owners against large animal feeding operations.
Brad Lager joins several Missouri Republicans who are upset that House Speaker Rod Jetton has been paid to work as a consultant and fundraiser by several Republican lawmakers.
Steven Starr, a long-time Columbia resident, has written journal articles about nuclear disarmament and spoken before the United Nations and other international groups on the topic.
Names don’t make the American. They shouldn’t separate people just because sometimes they are hard to say.