Officers are still canvassing the area looking for information.
Voters rejected a property tax increase in April 2008.
Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-N.Y.) says her bill would only ban using antibiotics in animals for nontherapeutic purposes.
There are certain perks to having the first-born grandchild in the family, but grandmas sometimes need to be reminded not to go overboard.
Of local news coverage, newspapers generate the most original reports. The Missourian exemplifies that trend and will continue to do so in the coming semester.
The man believed to be the shooter is still at-large, police said.
Scientists at Lincoln University and MU Extension have have developed techniques to speed up the bluegill's growth while simultaneously making it heavier, both economic incentives for a fish farming venture in Missouri.
For most of the season, Michael Dixon Jr. has played like a seasoned upperclassman, so it came as a surprise when he committed a turnover late in the game against Texas Tech.
The water overflowed from a clogged line in the 2200 block of Lake of the Woods Road. The Department of Natural Resources is investigating the impact the spill will have to public health and the environment.
A list of relief agencies provided by InterAction provides options for giving to Haiti earthquake relief.
One woman who was in a two-car collision Friday morning died at University Hospital that afternoon.
In the United States, 31 states have passed laws to outlaw gay marriage while six states have permitted it.
The accident occurred at the intersection of Highway WW and Olivet Road.
List of closings for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Some in Haiti are keeping their family and friends informed of their well-being through Facebook posts.
Amenities will include wireless Internet, plasma screens, remote-control cameras and 200 chairs that can be moved when needed. Much of the construction was done with recycled and renewable materials.
At 23, Columbia resident Sean O'Day has announced he will run for mayor of Columbia. He is the fifth candidate to enter the race.
A $62 million overhaul of the Columbia Wastewater Treatment Plant got under way with a groundbreaking on Thursday morning.
The arrests include suspicion of burglary, drug trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child.
Local leaders say a high rate of returns on the census will help Columbia receive funding based on the population.