Expansion was the hot-button topic Monday as Big Ten Conference coaches and administrators gathered in Chicago for three days of meetings.
Columbia and state offered incentives to bring IBM to the city.
IBM expects to create 800 jobs at the new facility by 2012, with an annual average wage of $55,000. Columbia was chosen from among "several dozen" competing cities in a bidding process that began in January.
Dog owners need to take responsibility for their pets and pay all the costs. Rather than spend public money on animals, let's spend it on people first.
Severe weather is popping up across the Midwest and Plains, and the Mizzou Storm Chase Team is mobilized to follow it. These MU meteorology students travel across the Plains to observe severe storms, including tornadoes, in person.
Two Columbia residents presented a proposal to address citizen concerns with the Police Department following a Feb. 11 SWAT raid.
In a 3-4 decision, the Columbia City Council voted against changing the zoning of a 23-acre property on Bowling Street from residential to industrial.
According to a report in the New York Times, federal and state regulators are concerned that employers are illegally using unpaid internships.
Flooding on the St. Louis riverfront forced the President Casino to close and submerged some roads. Flash flooding is blamed in two Missouri deaths.
Rock Bridge is in third place at the Class 4 boys state golf tournament after the first round of play Monday at Sedalia Country Club.
Gov. Jay Nixon recommended canceling Lincoln's birthday, Truman's birthday and the day after Thanksgiving as state holidays in order to save government funds. The Missouri House only approved bringing back workers ther day after Thanksgiving.
Blake Irwin won his first Big 12 championship in the 800 meters at the conference's outdoor championships Sunday at Walton Stadium. He was the second Tiger to earn a victory over the weekend at the event.
The company will move into a building on LeMone Industrial Boulevard as early as Tuesday.
The City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that will lessen the regulations regarding downtown noise.
A combined ribbon-cutting and ground-breaking ceremony Tuesday will celebrate the completion of the Vandiver Drive and Mexico Gravel Road projects.
The City Council is scheduled to vote on the downtown noise ordinance Monday night. The ordinance was previously tabled and the Special Business District board says it gave the community time to have their input heard.