An accident at the intersection of Providence Road and Ash Street overturned a Ford Expedition. No injuries were reported.
Candidates for Columbia mayor are invited to attend the first mayoral candidate forumon Feb. 3.
MU professor Michael LeFevre, a member of the U. S. Preventive Services Task Force, explains the research behind the organization's controversial mammogram guidelines released in November.
The MU athletics department announced Wednesday that it will give Tiger fans a chance to donate to Haiti relief efforts. Student volunteers will collect money for the American Red Cross at the Jan. 23 home basketball game.
The Columbia City Clerk's office announced it is accepting applications for 26 available positions on various city boards and commissions.
Daniel Sanders, 20, appeared in court on Wednesday for a motion hearing. Sanders was arrested in August 2008 after a Columbia police officer found the body of Sanders' mother beneath a tire in his trunk. He is accused of drowning her and trying to hide her body.
The University of Missouri System cannot determine how many of 75,000 tax forms had visible Social Security numbers in the envelope window, but the Social Security Number Remediation Project will eliminate Social Security numbers from as many information systems as possible by next year.
Thirty wheelchairs were sent to Haiti almost a month before the devastating earthquake Jan. 12, but it's not known if the shipment has arrived in the country.
An online survey at the end of the month will give UM system employees an opportunity to offer feedback about their pay and benefits package.
The Missouri Tax Commission submitted a proposal that would raise property taxes on Missouri's higher productive farmlands, but state farmers are lobbying their lawmakers to reject the proposal. The rules committee hopes to have a decision by next week.
America is a country of mixed races, religions, ethnicities and cultures, so it's impossible to make us simply fill in one survey bubble.
The harvest for white-tailed deer was the the fourth-largest in state history.
After delivering his State of the State speech on Wednesday night, Gov. Jay Nixon will appear in Columbia to offer more details on his 2010 jobs package.
The University of Missouri System is offering scholarships to qualifying students as a part of a 1998 lawsuit settlement. Up to $550 is available to students who qualify.
Talking about merit pay seemed to generate a little heat among Columbia School Board members at their meeting early Thursday. Although merit pay has been discussed as a possibility before, putting a start date onto it sparked a discussion showing opposing views.
Graduate Student Showcase in the Fine Arts Building will be on display from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until Feb. 4. A reception will be held from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday
Columbia Public Schools and the Boys and Girls Club reached an agreement that will allow the club to use space in Field Elementary School this semester.
Construction crews will have to wait for dryer weather to complete the projects
A 42-year-old man reported being assaulted by Powell around 1 a.m. in a residence south of Harrisburg.