Criticism of street closures for for-profit businesses has arisen following Harpo's request to close Cherry Street between Ninth and Tenth streets during MU's six home football games this fall.
Maurice D. Penny and Deundrea L. Woods were arrested on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. Investigators are working to determine if it is related to earlier incidents.
Jeremy Lee Greber, 24, turned himself in. He was arrested on suspicion of felonious restraint and assault in the third degree with physical injury.
Two cyclists stopped in Columbia on Saturday as a part of their 4,000 mile bike tour for charity:water, a nonprofit organization focused on brining clean drinking water to developing nations.
Missouri softball player Jenna Marston is one of 32 finalists for the USA Baseball Women’s National Team.
Gregory Waid and Melissa Owen were married July 11, 2010 at Illinois State Beach Resort in Zion, Ill.
Commissioner Jim Delany expects the Big Ten to hold a championship game next season, when Nebraska joins and brings the league to 12 members.
A pair of garbage collectors sweated their way through work Monday, the day after the big moving weekend in Columbia.
The City Council held a public hearing about extending the park sales tax during its Monday night meeting. Citizens who spoke to the council showed wide support for the extension.
While Roy Blunt and Chuck Purgason have championed the measure, Robin Carnahan plans to vote against it.
The latest form of identity theft doesn't depend on stealing your Social Security number. Now thieves are targeting your kid's number long before the little one even has a bank account.
Four armed bandits clad from head to toe in black overpowered two workers at an ATM-servicing business Monday, then used an armored vehicle to haul away possibly millions of dollars in a well-orchestrated heist.
Joplin city officials are expected to decide within the next week between two competing proposals for airline service to the southwest Missouri city.
The Social Security Administration is opening its fifth National Hearing Center in St. Louis. The facility is expected to create about 200 jobs.
At least five Missouri programs are set to expire next year based on a 2003 state law that gives government programs and tax credits a maximum six-year life span.
The talent show closed out the 18th annual Black and White Ball at Douglass Park Sunday afternoon. Performances varied and drew a large standing crowd.
Endangered species, like Siberian tigers, share a farm with barnyard animals. The open house is one of the few times they also share it with the public.
George Mazurak of Columbia died July 31, 2010. He was 56.