Columbia Parks and Recreation will be improving parking lots at six Columbia parks.
Renovations will begin at the Central Missouri Humane Society during the first week of May. During construction, many animals will be housed at Mid-City Lumber on Paris Road. The renovations are funded by Zootoo.com.
President Barack Obama talked about alternative energy on Wednesday during a visit to POET Biorefining, an ethanol plant east of Macon, as part of his White House to Main Street Tour.
On Tuesday, 59 representatives filed to discharge the ethics reform bill from its original committee onto the House floor where Republican leaders declared the issue dead. Multiple House Rules Committee members said they wanted ethics reform but not with the $5,000 cap on individual campaign donations attached.
AT&T's sales license has been reinstated in Missouri after being revoked less than a month ago.
While good in a technical sense, President Barack Obama's speech in Macon was disappointingly short and devoid of concrete goals.
Rainy weather has delayed repairs to the stage and electrical wiring that was damaged in a fire on April 5.
The MU Research Reactor Center will be reconfigured to use a safer, low-enriched uranium fuel as part of a national push to minimize security threats.
President Barack Obama will visit the small farming community of Macon on Wednesday, and residents are showing mixed emotions regarding the event.
The teen is charged as an adult with first-degree murder in last October's killing of Elizabeth Olten, whose body was found just west of Jefferson City.
During President Barack Obama's three-day tour of rural America, his focus is on the economic side of his politics, and ensuring another economic crisis doesn't strike the heartland.
The board will look at a series of proposals May 10 concerning relations between students and faculty, notably the use of Facebook as a means of social networking.
A Cole County circuit judge granted 16-year-old Alyssa Bustamante's request to wear regular clothes to her trial instead of her jail uniform. Bustamante is charged with killing her 9-year-old neighbor, Elizabeth Olten.
A judge ordered the permanent shutdown of two Tennessee companies accused of selling phony medical insurance polices. Twelve states, including Missouri, have issued cease-and-desist orders against the companies.
A resolution on the topic won Senate approval Tuesday on 31-0 vote. It has no legal effect, but a copy will be sent to President Barack Obama.
The cats all had contagious diseases and were a risk to other animals and shelter employees.
Sixteen candidates for the Missouri House of Representatives were disqualifed from the primaries for missing a key deadline.
Kansas City man Gerlarmo Cammisano pleaded guilty in federal court to running an illegal bookmaking business for three years.
The winner has until Oct. 11 to claim the prize money.
Sixteen-year-old Alyssa Bustamante, who was accused of first-degree murder in the death of her neighbor last October, has been granted permission to wear normal clothes instead of the standard jail uniform during her trail.