A lawsuit filed by the Whitworth family claims the city and police officers violated their constitutional rights during a Feb. 11 SWAT raid at their Columbia home.
Missouri football player Derrick Washington is facing a class C felony charge, suspicion of third-degree domestic assault and unfair judgment from the public.
The City Council will consider a proposal for waist-high medians along College Avenue during its Monday night meeting. What do you think about the plan?
The Columbia City Council unanimously approved the budget for fiscal year 2011. It also approved the hiring of four firefighters, one police officer and two joint communications operators.
The council asked the Police Chief Ken Burton to provide more specific information regarding the camera model and price before it chooses how to proceed.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel announced Monday morning that sophomore defensive end Aldon Smith would miss Saturday’s game against Miami (Ohio) with a broken fibula in his right leg.
Tigers football coach Gary Pinkel said Monday that the star defensive end will miss Saturday's game because of a broken bone in his leg.
The Normandy School Board voted unanimously to put the president's name on its new school in Pine Lawn. Students submitted the naming suggestion.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio's mild heart attack Saturday has led other coaches to examine their own health.
Amendment 2 on the November ballot will ask Missouri voters to exempt disabled former prisoners of war from paying property taxes on their homes. If approved, the exemption would eliminate all property taxes on owner-occupied housing.
Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem on Monday upheld the constitutionality of a proposed earnings tax initiative for the November ballot.
The state's transportation department attributes the decline to fewer crossover accidents on divided highways and the installation of rumble strips.
It will cost around $175,000 to make the Columbia Star dinner train comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but the city and Central States Railroad struck a deal that promises it will happen within five years.
A key injury to setter Paula Ferreira, along with five matches in six days, contributed to the roller coaster ride Monday against Hannibal-LaGrange.
Members were named to a new pension task force, and a new member was named to the Comprehensive Planning Task Force after the Monday night meeting.
The budget for the 2011 fiscal year of the division, which works on vehicles and equipment for the city, was approved Monday night.
The National Bureau of Economic Research said Monday that the recession which had begun in December 2007 ended in June 2009. These reports, while of interest to economic historians and political leaders, have little impact on people trying to recover in an economy where unemployment is still expected to rise.
Robin Carnahan wants her lawsuit with Fox News Network to end soon. Fox News alleged that Carnahan made a copyright infringement in one of her U.S. Senate campaign ads.
The announcement will take place at the proposed site of the new plant to be built by Valent Aerostructures.
A lighthearted but hard-working offensive line has been a big part of the Rock Bridge football team's 3-1 start this season.