What a year.
Headlines about Missouri’s shrinking state budget, a historic election, the resignations of three long-time public officials and a Missouri football team that fell short of lofty expectations all fluttered like confetti through our city’s headlines.
The American government's 2009 resolutions should be to limit out-of-control spending and increase accountability to the people. As citizens we should strive to get along and create a more diverse transportation community.
The different First Night venues brought together a mix of grandparents, parents, teens and young children out to celebrate the new year.
Matt Dreier and Nicole Mello won the 5K run/walk to kick off Columbia's First Night celebrations Wednesday afternoon downtown.
A federal conservation program originally designed to help small farmers is now disproportionately benefiting industrial livestock operations, according to a new report by a family farm advocacy group.
While first-time applications for jobless benefits dropped last week, economists mostly attributed that to the Christmas holiday and cautioned that a more accurate picture of new layoff filings won’t become clear until the holiday season is passed — around mid-January.
Columbia Police are seeking two men who threw a baggy containing about one ounce of powder cocaine from their vehicle while fleeing from officers who attempted to pull them over Wednesday afternoon, a Columbia Police Department news release states.
Columbia Police continue to investigate and search for two men in an attempted home invasion. Police also obtained a search warrant for the victim's home and found marijuana.