There are no definite candidates for mayor as of yet, but a good fight is expected between the pro-development and preservationist forces.
Since he was first elected in 1995, Mayor Darwin Hindman has worked on a long list of park projects and city improvements. Several city park projects, a community recreation facility and an expanded Daniel Boone City Building are among the highlights.
Speculation continues as to who will enter the race as community members and city officials lay out requirements for the next mayor.
Rain moved the final Missouri football scrimmage of the fall indoors Thursday. While there wasn't a final score, the Missouri pass rush stood out over the course of the day.
Those who have worked with Hindman over the years share their thoughts on his decision not to seek re-election.
Looking back on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, it was a time of turmoil and celebration.
The highly powerful and addictive drug has never been easier to access or manufacture, so how do we stop people from using it?
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill continued her tour of Missouri cities Wednesday night in Jefferson City. She spoke about "death panels," funding for increased coverage and what would be covered in the legislation.
Fans, young and old, showed up on Wednesday night to watch Chuck Berry perform as part of the Ninth Street Summerfest. Attendees spanned the spectrum of musical fandom from country music to hip-hop to rhythm and blues.
Chase Rome, a senior defensive end on the Rock Bridge football team, has committed to play for Oklahoma State and starts there in December. With his decision behind him, Rome is focused on succeeding in his final high school season.
The Kewpies begin their 2009 footbal season with a difficult game at Liberty, which is ranked No. 5 in Class 6A.
Looking to move forward from last season's success, the Mizzou women's soccer team is counting on its depth and work ethic to push it to the next level.
Columbia musicans Kyle Pudenz and Brad Cunningham began playing together six months ago, and they have devolped a solid fan base. They perform with their backup band, The Other Wives, at Cooper's Landing Friday.
Forrest Smith, a 73-year-old from Jefferson City, hit his second hole in one at Columbia Country Club on Thursday, on the same hole that he hit his first one.
The university switched its e-mail system to Microsoft Office Outlook Live over the summer, but 4,000 students have yet to make the move.
A statewide measure passed in the spring will require cigarettes to be near self-extinguishing. The law will go into effect Jan. 1, 2011.
The late senator will lie in repose at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library until Friday. Kennedy will be buried Saturday evening near his slain brothers at Arlington National Cemetery in northern Virginia.
The mayor said he would serve the rest of his term "vigorously" but looked forward to the flexibility of life outside public service.
In a meeting Wednesday, city and county officials discussed the need for 15 to 20 acres of land near the location of the new high school for a park.
High school students in Columbia had their strongest average scores in psychology, their lowest in U.S. history.