A tax increment finance funding resolution was approved for the redevelopment of Regency Hotel by the TIF Commission.
The state has enough supply of the lethal injection drug for five more executions, but the drug expires on March 1.
Covering the KOMU-Mediacom negotiations requires reporting skills, regardless of whether the reporter is a student or a professional.
Proposition B passed in November, but the debate around the legislation is far from over.
Critics of Mary Still's bill said the proposed legislation will lead to an elimination of hundreds of jobs in Missouri.
Some Republican senators want to prohibit union-only work places, which they contend may deter some businesses from locating in Missouri.
Meter violation fines could increase from $5 to $10, and the penalty for nonpayment of fines within 15 days could increase from $15 to $25.
Proposed federal guidelines to improve school meals were introduced Thursday. Columbia Public Schools said it's been ready.
Columbia's net revenue from tickets issued as a result of red-light cameras was $18,046.94 for the fiscal year 2010.
Monticelli was most recently the investigations bureau captain for the Columbia Police Department.
Columbia Cares for Kids will hold an event series beginning Jan. 24 that emphasizes the importance of discerning the emotional needs of young people.
To raise tuition by more than the expected inflation rate, the UM System Board of Curators will have to file for a waiver from the Missouri Department of Higher Education.
Volunteers and homeless people form bonds and blur lines of difference as the clock ticks through one night at Room at the Inn temporary homeless shelter in downtown Columbia.
Although not all residential roads in Columbia are completely clear of snow, street crews have tried to make them passable.
The discontinuance of transferring a certificate of compliance to a new owner will be a major change to the R-1 zoning ordinance if the proposed amendment passes.
Civic virtue is portrayed in standing up for what you believe in and not just going with the flow.
Gov. Jay Nixon's office is paying part of Mike Nietzel's salary because Nietzel is an adviser on higher education and work force readiness.