Where else can you find so much to do for just $6 (the prices for seniors to get in)?
Residents along Alexander are not convinced that the speed bumps are doing any good. What else can be done?
After losing last Saturday's scrimmage by a score of 54-31, the MU defense bounced back with a renewed focus and energy to defeat the offense 34-20.
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert found a familiar target when he completed a four-yard pass in Thursday’s scrimmage on Faurot Field. It was Wes Kemp, a player he’s known since they were in seventh grade.
Nearly half a million veterans are expected on college campuses this year as part of the new GI Bill. The surge is leading to a call for schools to re-examine their policies of declining to grant college credit for military training and service.
Washingtion University researcher has been the subject of federal inquiries related to a study he performed before coming to the university.
Census finds two species rarely seen in Missouri in the last two decades.
Recent tests show samples from several coves below the standard for public swimming beaches.
Two stories concerning central Missouri were missed, which illustrates how newspapers have become too small for their audiences, who deserve in-depth reporting on state situations that could affect them.
The accident occurred at the intersection of Broadway and Stadium Boulevard. One motorist suffered a minor burn as a result of airbag deployment.
Federal officials in the U.S. Department of Labor rejected Missouri's request for $133 million to boost unemployment benefits. The rejection was due to the request's wording.
The City Council voted Monday to proceed with a request for proposals to manage advertising on city buses.
Columbia Public School students have exceeded state and national averages and shown slight improvement over last year's average scores. The average ACT score for students in Columbia Public Schools is 23.9.
The Columbia City Council will hold a series of work sessions next week on the proposed budget for fiscal 2010. Sessions at 6:30 p.m. Monday, 6 p.m. Wednesday and 6 p.m. Thursday will be open to the public at the Daniel Boone City Building, 701 E. Broadway.
The city is looking for residents willing to serve on various boards and commissions, including the Citizens Police Review Board and the new Comprehensive Plan Task Force.
Boone County taxpayers gained a temporary reprieve on their property taxes with the elimination of a fire bond.
Shelly Dometrorch, board member for the Boone County Fire Protection District since 2006, said her motivation for serving the district comes from a past of public service.