Six bungalows will be demolished Monday, despite pleas by the Historic Preservation Commission to keep the Craftsman-style buildings. But, for some, the loss is offset by the use of a city rule that calls for notification before buildings are demolished. This case is the first such one since the ordinance was approved in 2008.
The area had been under a precautionary boil order since Friday, when a 12-inch water main on Mexico Gravel Road broke because of a construction accident.
Seventy-one cars competed for honors Sunday in the Mustang and Ford Car Show at the Parkade Center. Friends caught up with one another, and viewers had the chance to check out the cars up close.
Columbia native Phil Garverick, who has swam for Hickman and MU, is keeping his love for swimming alive as head coach of the Columbia Swim Club.
More than 3 million people die of AIDS each year. In attempt to raise awareness and debunk stigmas about those with HIV and AIDS, Rain-Central Missouri holds the Salute to Life Walk each year.
Barely five weeks before the Aug. 3 election, backers of the Missouri ballot measure — which seeks to defy a government mandate to have health insurance — are just now beginning to raise money for a coordinated campaign. They still hope to air some commercials and put up yard signs.
The Kiel Opera House will undergo a $78 million renovation. It was completed in 1934 but has been closed since 1991.
Jason Dempsey of Jefferson City will join 12 others as new White House fellows.
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers said the contract with Boeing passed Sunday by a vote of 1,237 to 838. The union had said its workers in St. Louis were prepared to strike starting at midnight if the vote had failed.
David Wetzel, a former steel executive, told a conference of farmers in Linn that when he started a second career as a dairy farmer in 2002, he doused parts of his 320-acre farm with skim milk. He soon discovered that his cattle preferred those fields and milk-fed land yielded 1,100 more pounds of grass per acre than untreated land.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for northern Boone County.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said the truck was on a highway near Farmington early Sunday when it veered off the highway and flipped.
Judge Kevin Selby told Gene Paul Boyd at his sentencing Friday that Boyd had one year to repay the $376,000 he stole from the town over nearly two decades or face jail time.
The nationwide database is intended to help link abused animals to people who breed and train dogs for fighting.