MoDOT says they saved thousands of dollars by using sensor devices along a major highway. The sensors helped determine which areas needed attention during winter storms.
Sean O'Day says that while politics has always been among his passions, he only recently thought about seeking public office.
UM System President Gary Forsee ordered a new policy Thursday that will address conflicts of interest issues that stem from research involving human subjects. A task force made up of members from the four system campuses created the new policy.
John Gordon will leave the board in April after six years of service.
Number of participants in the state receiving food vouchers increased by 17,000 since 2008.
The Missouri Innovation Park has not begun development, but is in a high level of planning stage, MU Provost Brian Foster said.
The report done for the State Board of Education was completed by the Leadership and Learning Center.
A former executive at a toy-making company is being charged with fraud for allegedly embezzling $400,000.
Humane Society's alarm system uses individual codes, allowing quick identifcation of the suspect.
The Keep Columbia Free Coalition held a "mock surveillance" protest, taking pictures of passers-by in downtown Columbia.
A city press release says a water line is going to be replaced starting March 29 near Eighth Street and Hickman Avenue. Traffic will be reduced to one lane as necessary.
Sarah's work record with Columbia Public Schools and other community groups is well-documented.
Tracy Greever-Rice has worked hard to develop Columbia and deserves a spot on the City Council.
George Kennedy sees himself as superior to most Americans.