The city hall expansion is expected to provide Columbia residents with a "one-stop shop" for all their local government needs.
Although some opposed to cinders on Columbia streets in winter say the ash is toxic, it's difficult to determine for sure.
Junior Brad Buehler helps The Tigers rout Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Under the new overtime rules for NFL playoff games, teams will have a chance at possessing the ball if the winner of the coin toss only makes a field goal. Before, a successful field goal by the coin toss-winner would end the game, without the other team having a possession.
Filling out this year's census is an essential piece of our representative democracy.
Environmental groups said a cross-country equestrian course could cause ecological problems.
The Missouri House rejected a $105 million increase for K-12 funding. The sponsor of the bill, Rep. Maynard Wallace, R-Ozark County, had originally opposed underfunding the formula but changed his mind as state budget shortfalls became more apparent.
Ehrich Chick adjusts to life without his dad on the bench.
Access Missouri, a need-based scholarship program for in-state students, has been the source of debate in the Missouri legislature and among the state's university presidents.
Ed Robb's experience includes serving two terms as a state representative for the 24th District, acting as vice chairman of the House Budget Committee and teaching economics at MU.
The fourth annual Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival, scheduled for Oct. 1 and 2, has Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and Dan Tyminski slated to perform.
Terracon, a national engeering and consulting firm, will donate drilling equipment to developing nations on the behalf of Missouri University of Science and Technology's Engineers Without Borders chapter. The drilling equipment will help provide clean water to Honduras and other developing nations.
The Missouri Department of Transportation director Pete Rahn's resignation will take effect April 23, as he leaves to become the vice president of HNTB, an engineering firm. The firm is one of the department's largest contracts.
Third Ward candidate Gary Kespohl says his opponent, incumbent Karl Skala, abused taxpayer money with unnecessary travel expenses. Skala says the expenses were legitimate.
The Missouri House approved a $200 million cut to the K-12 Foundation Formula for the state budget to gain first-round approval.
A bill that would exempt Missouri from the federal health care reform bill was debated Wednesday without coming to a vote but elicited strong opposition.
Missouri senior All-American Sarah Shire and sophomore teammate Mary Burke were included on the All-Big 12 Gymnastics Team.
Rahn will resign, effective April 23, to be the vice president of the contractor company HNTB.
What do you think of Gov. Nixon’s proposed financial aid changes to Missouri’s colleges and universities? Will students benefit if scholarships are equalized?
Columbia mayoral candidate Paul Love has worked at CarFax, IBM, MOREnet and Datastorm.