The secretive "Project Tiger" aims to bring a sizable company to Columbia, and with it hundreds of jobs. Though a subject of much speculation, mum is the word for those involved.
The fire that burned the Maplewood Barn Community Theatre to the ground last Monday has been ruled suspicious, but the cause remains undetermined. In addition to cleaning up the site, at least 10 damaged trees must be removed.
Central Missouri Subcontracting Enterprises, formerly Sheltered Enterprises, started the greenhouse to provide jobs in the recession.
The response rate for the Census in Columbia was 69 percent on Friday — 3 percentage points higher than Thursday.
While junior Rhea Taylor has lightened the mood for the Missouri softball team, her play on the field is no joke.
The loss brings the team to 3-3 for the season. The team will play at home against Rock Bridge on Monday night.
The new grocery store, located at 25 Conley Road near the intersection of U.S. 63 and East Broadway, will open with around 415 jobs.
Justice Stevens plans to step down in late June or early July.
The Missouri gymanstics team will host the six-team NCAA South Central Regional Saturday at Hearnes Center. The top two teams advance to the national championship in Gainesville, Fla.
Department of Mental Health Director Keith Schafer says about 300 jobs will be cut along with the closed facilities, which will save the state about $7.4 million annually.
The recent mine disasters in China and West Virginia lead to serious questions about the safety of mines around the world.
Missouri (17-12) lost 6-4 to Oklahoma on Friday.
People with autism of all ages can benefit from the companionship of dogs, according to information at the Fifth Autism Intervention Conference on Friday. Many attendees demonstrated that relationship.
The City of Columbia is reorganizing and changing its management of city records. The overhaul will save city workers time and make records more accessible.
Ten defendants connected to the Cut Throat gang, accused of involvement in drug trafficking and multiple shootings, were sentenced in federal court Thursday in Jefferson City.
Kimberly Smith, who died March 29 in Troy, was a Columbia College senior set to graduate in May.
The flashing yellow arrows, which replace the "left turn yield on green" signal, were installed along Stadium Boulevard in March.
Campaigning feels like it's all grown up in Columbia, for better and for worse.
On Thursday, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a $5 million cut in county inmate reimbursements.
The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to lower the speed limit on U.S. 63 from 70 mph to 65 mph.