Trash, recycling collection and city buses are canceled Tuesday and Wednesday because of the coming snowstorm.
Upholding its designation of stormwater as the primary pollutant, the EPA recommends a 39.6 percent reduction in urban stormwater runoff.
A blizzard warning is in effect until noon Wednesday.
Every professor wants his or her class to be a student's No. 1 priority, but other responsibilities make some classes more important than others.
In Monday's Big 12 teleconference, MU men's basketball coach Mike Anderson declined an opportunity to predict whether junior forward Laurence Bowers would play.
The approaching winter storm is being described as "crippling."
Becky Doisy's sister commends the key players who closed her missing sister's case.
Columbia grocery stores were unusually busy Sunday night as customers prepared for a winter storm.
Gov. Jay Nixon dispatched 600 citizen-soldiers Monday afternoon in preparation for the coming snowstorm. The guard members will be helping the Highway Patrol and local authorities.
The Boone and Callaway county courthouses will be closed Tuesday. The decision to open Wednesday will be made Tuesday afternoon.
With a blizzard drawing near, consumers headed to the Root Cellar to purchase groceries and other supplies.
Here's a list of the 'essentials' some residents bought at Walmart on Monday.
The university must continue to staff most dining halls and other essential services. Some employees will sleep on campus overnight to ensure they can work.
City and county officials met to discuss emergency plans Monday because of the anticipated snowstorm. While the Columbia Emergency Operations Center was partially activated that afternoon, the center is prepared to fully activate if needed.
Many of the locations listed will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Call 2-1-1 for updated information.
Three undergraduate research teams will test out three new projects for Mizzou Advantage.
One of the biggest concerns to arise out of the approaching snowstorm is the expected ice accumulation. Cities across the state are salting roads and slick spots in preparation.
Cattle ranchers are stocking up on hay in advance of the storm. A potential problem for the cattle is the moisture they will have to endure.
The Historic Preservation Society's "2011 Most Notable Historic Property Gala" has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the Columbia Public Library Friends Room.
Various businesses in town were taking steps to prepare for Tuesday's winter storm.