Tyler Gabbert’s commitment to play football for Missouri last weekend marks the second time in the past three years a high school quarterback from Ballwin named Gabbert committed to Nebraska only to later switch his college choice to Missouri. But an aborted future in Lincoln is merely the easiest similarity to see between the two brothers who are slated to once again share a sideline next season.
Planning for parks — whether major regional recreation areas or small neighborhood playgrounds — is a complex and collaborative effort among city staff, elected officials and the public.
Initially represented by a Cole County public defender, the 15-year-old charged with first-degree murder has switched representation to two public defenders in the Capital Litigation division office in Columbia.
Missouri River Communities Network recently chose local artists for the second annual Rain Barrel Art Review, which will be held on March 19. Artists will paint water conservation themed designs on rain barrels that will be displayed in downtown Columbia. The top three designs are going to be auctioned off.
When Nathan Curry, 30, died Dec. 3 in his home on Ammonette Street in Columbia, no one knew that he was living without heat or electricity.
A report by MU Environmental Health and Safety details the extent of radioactive contamination inadvertently spread by an MU researcher last month. The lab in which the researcher worked has had its radioactive material privileges suspended until further review in February.
A radio station worker thought he heard cursing, but it was congregants yelling after one church member fainted.
Mid-Missouri churches continue their holiday traditions by hosting Christmas musicals and pageants.
Whether creating a neighborhood, community or regional park, Columbia follows an exact step-by-step procedure to bring the different parks to life. Yet the process isn't as easy as one might imagine; sometimes it can take years to fully develop a park.
Another woman, who appeared to have returned to the house to help, was seriously injured, officials said.
One of the victims of the Saturday shootings was a 15-year-old, shot in the head.
Columbia churches celebrate Christmas with communion and candlelight services.
The parents of the 2-month-old told emergency workers that the child had begun choking.
American retailers sell $4.6 billion worth of Christian products annually, and some are spoofs or spinoffs of commercial logos or brand names. Many such goods are illegal, trademark attorneys say, but companies often don't put up a fight for fear of being labeled anti-faith.
The single mother has her doubts about the conflict yet has nothing but support for her sons' choice to fight.