Three people and their dog escaped an early-morning fire on Range Line Street.
If City Council suspends the bicycle harassment ordinance, does it set a bad precedent for the future?
Now is the time for the people of Columbia and mid-Missouri to reinvest in the historic Missouri Theatre.
Before our elected officials criticize Iran's election system, they should look themselves in the mirror and make changes to the U.S. system, including abolishing the Electoral College.
Humans are notoriously exclusive creatures, allowing the familiar into their circles and rejecting the foreign. Only an alien invasion would present a foreign entity great enough in size and type to unite us all as a people.
Although graveyards can aid in the grieving process, a much more peaceful and cathartic experience could be had by leaning against a couple of trees in honor of the deceased and be surrounded by life.
The sidewalks in many portions of the city are badly cracked or completely unnavigable. The city needs to do something about it for joggers, walkers and citizens in wheelchairs who have no other options.
Both the Fire District and FEMA disagree with several of the audit's findings, according to the release.
A jobrecruitment event Tuesday brought people to the Hampton Inn and Suites Columbia. They were seeking to land one of 20 patient care associate positions.
Members of the Tri-State Water Resource Coalition hope to commission an in-depth study of three potential lake sites.
Matthew D. Laurin, 21, of Springfield, and Darren J. Winans, 19, of Jasper, were being held without bond after their arrests Monday in the Oct. 11 deaths of Robert Sheldon, 70, and his wife, Ellen Sheldon, 71. Laurin and Winans are each charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of burglary.
Governor blames Republicans for a weak bill, but signed it for the progress it does make, he said. In the meanwhile, the House Speaker has asked a committee to draft a new autism coverage bill for the 2010 legislature to consider.
A 46-year-old male driver crashed into a house on West Oak Drive on Wednesday morning. Fire department officials estimated the damage to be around $20,000.
Closing the door was all it took to deter two armed men from robbing a Boone County home.
Authorities arrested about 30 people in dog-fighting raids Wednesday across three states, and seven men were indicted in connection with a dog-fighting ring in northwest Missouri.
According to the findings of a federal audit, the Boone County Fire Protection District paid itself twice for Task Force One's deployments to Hurricane Katrina.
Missouri infants are already screened for 67 diseases, but the state is one of the first to check for lysosomal disorders.
A car crashed through a home Wednesday morning on West Oak Drive. No one was home at the time.
A fire that began with an electrical short in a clothes dryer destroyed a Columbia mobile home Wednesday.
A new article by MU researchers showed that positive student-teacher relationships can have a powerful effect on individual achievement. Gentry Middle School teacher Neal Blackburn supports these findings and builds positive relationships with students in his classroom.