After adding one additional amendment, the City Council voted unanimously Monday night to pass an ordinance establishing a Citizens Police Review Board. Mayor Darwin Hindman first proposed the idea for a review board in 2007.
In the coming weeks, Washington plans to take a hard look at health care reform. While there are a lot of positive draws to the new health care plan, it could spell trouble for small businesses.
America is facing a health care crisis.
Claire McCaskill is not doing the job we hired her to do.
The banning of cell phone use while operating a motor vehicle is not, as some would say, a matter of privacy, but rather of safety to everyone else on the road.
Chad Thompson will join the Cougars as a senior transferring from Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C. Chad spent his freshman and sophomore years at Moberly Area Community College before transferring to Campbell.
A program-high 11 members of the Missouri swimming and diving team have been named Collegiate Swim Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Americans.
The Petrie family of God's Creation Worship Center delivers sermons, plays music and coordinates youth outreach programs for the 7-month-old Columbia church.
As the August recess draws closer, so does Obama's window of opportunity to pass his health care reform plan. Opposition has come from both sides of the aisle.
Six people, including four Columbia residents, were involved in a three-car accident possibly caused by a drunk driver early Tuesday morning on Interstate 70. Three people sustained serious injuries in the accident and are being treated at University Hospital.
The projects at The Tiger Hotel and Tenth and Locust streets were unanimously approved for tax-increment financing assistance by the City Council early Tuesday morning.
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the City Council approved a resolution regarding street closures, ticketing and alcohol policies for the third annual Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival.
Working to make the nation's energy sources more efficient could help create thousands of jobs in Missouri – if politicians in Washington can catch up with the times.
Shawn Nye, and his crew at Eagle Falls Ranch Zipline Adventure in Eminence, Mo., is thrilling visitors with a fast paced ride between the trees.
With an approximately 6 in 1 million chance, Sharon Kinden spotted an albino deer in her backyard.
In preparation for the opening of its new building in November, the addiction recovery service, Phoenix Programs, asked its members to fill a time capsule with their stories.
Under the second phase of a plan created by Gov. Jay Nixon and Director of Agriculture Jon Hagler, authorities purport that legal action will be taken against unlicensed breeders who fail to comply with USDA regulations.
After twice extending the deadline, the council interviewed five of the 13 applicants for the city's Planning and Zoning Commission and chose local engineer Matthew Vander Tuig for the position.
Residents competed in three different pageants:queen, teen queen and princess divisions.
After Gov. Jay Nixon's call for a $60 million cut in state government spending, the Missouri Department of Public safety is considering making cuts to the Missouri State Water Patrol.