Columbia Car Classics customers wait for titles

Few cars remain in the parking lot of Columbia Classic Cars.

After a number of customers didn't receive their titles, Columbia Car Classics was served a court order to temporarily shut down.

Better late than never not true for Warren Funeral Chapel

The Warrens gave their time and efforts to afford everyone a proper burial or cremation. But no one was helping them when the first signs of trouble began.

Truck crashes into tree

The driver of the truck was taken to the hospital after an accident west of Clark Lane and St. Charles Road.

Garrett relishing role as starting safety

Last year, Justin Garrett stepped in to take the place of Pig Brown. Now that he’s entering camp as the starter, he’s refusing to let his opportunity get away from him.

Two firefighters to leave fire district to join city fire department

One is taking a $10,000 pay cut.

Early morning motorcycle accident sends man to hospital

William E. Goodridge, 45, of Columbia was admitted to University Hospital with serious injuries after crashing his motorcycle on Route E, a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report said.

City to shut off power to Daniel Boone City Building, parking garage

Because of construction at City Hall, all electric power will be turned off for four hours on Aug. 15.

UPDATE: Owners of Warren Funeral Chapel turn ashes over to medical examiner

The attorney for the owners of the funeral chapel said all ashes were scheduled to be handed over to the Boone County Medical Examiner on Thursday, but he couldn’t confirm whether all the remains were currently at the medical examiner’s office.

Fund created to assist families affected by Warren Funeral Chapel’s handling of bodies

A Columbia resident set up the fund with the owner of Parker Funeral Service after hearing about the complaints.

2 former MU track members competed in Olympics

Derrick Peterson and Natasha Kaiser-Brown faced elite international competition.

Local film 'Memory / Loss' being readied for its premiere

The movie is scheduled to be shown Aug. 18 at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts

Finance assessment tested for bias

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education works with the Assessment Resource Center at MU to review questions on a finance assessment required of students graduating in 2010 and beyond.

3 men plead guilty in gambling site case

Missouri man dies in boating accident

Democratic attorney general primary faces legal dispute

State investigation sought in Tasering of teen

After Mace Hutchinson fell off an overpass in Christian County, police fired their stun guns 19 times.

Citizen Oversight Committee to discuss civilian review board draft tonight

Columbia's Citizen Oversight Committee will hold a meeting tonight to review an 18-page draft that the model subcommittee produced two weeks ago. The meeting is open to the public.

State representative indicted, charged with felony of ‘deviate sexual assault'

A Cole County grand jury handed up the indictment of Rep. Scott Muschany on suspicion of sexual assault of the 14-year-old daughter of a state employee who had worked for the House.

Ex-aide to Kinder pleads guilty to Internet porn charge

Eric Feltner will have to register as a sex offender, but he won’t have to spend a day in jail.