Columbia celebrated the end of 2010 Friday while preparing to welcome 2011 during First Night activities throughout the city.
After a tornado struck housing at Fort Leonard Wood this morning, disaster response volunteers from across Missouri joined military personnel in search-and-rescue and repair efforts.
Mediacom and KOMU will stay together through the weekend, at least.
The people who keep First Night running smoothly got to work early Friday in preparation for the city's annual New Year's Eve celebration. Admission buttons are on sale through 4 p.m. at several businesses and after 6:30 p.m. at several venues.
The Boone County Fire Protection District deployed a search-and-rescue team of nine to Fort Leonard Wood, where a tornado struck a housing development this morning.
Fourth Ward's Daryl Dudley asked for the measure
City Council will hear a report on a plan for taxi restrictions in downtown Columbia, but some cab companies think it is a bad idea.
Police have arrested one man in connection with an attempted burglary at Kilgore's Pharmacy at Providence Road and looking for two more suspected of being involved in that incident. Police are also looking for two men suspected of robbing Midwest Petroleum on Paris Road.
The intensity and interest in Proposition B is evident in the discussion on ColumbiaMissourian.com. Can we reframe the debate as the legislature talks of repeal?
The law requires insurers to cover $40,000 a year of "applied behavioral analysis" for children through age 18, but it only covers about one-fourth of Missouri's population.
In 2010, we lost leaders in scientific innovation, politics and the arts.
Seventy-year-old Tobias S. Borntreger of rural Canton died Wednesday when he was trapped under the right rear wheel of a cart loaded with wood.
More than ever before, we need independent, influence-free journalism — free of commercial influence, political influence and government influence. We should invest more, not less, to get it.
Jason and Colleen Gerke have run Jowler Creek Vineyard & Winery since 2004, expanding the business twice.
The Mid-Continent Public Library has displays containing artifacts that remind visitors of the nature of employment in Independence in past generations.
The program works with clients whose age limits their options for outside help.