Sophomore third baseman Nicole Hudson got the hit that scored senior shortstop Abby Vock to end the game.
The Environmental Protection Agency has issues recommendations for cleaning up Hinkson Creek. The appeal is estimated to cost $150,000.
Data from the 2010 Census reveals that Columbia will require reapportionment.
Hundreds of people visited Peace Park and the surrounding downtown streets for the annual Earth Day festival Sunday.
The senator wants to hold discussions as a way to gather opinions from constituents before an expected debate on reauthorizing the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
The increase has led to an expansion of additional community services in Columbia.
The Tigers were led by Nick Wilson, who finished fourth overall.
Homegrown foods, natural bath products and handicrafts were available for purchase at booths Sunday at the 41st annual Earth Day festival.
Tre Chambers highlighted the Tigers' showing with a meet record in the 200-meter dash.
The Tigers lost on Sunday, dropping a three-game series to the Jayhawks in Columbia for the first time since 1983.
The food bank acts as a distributor to food pantries in 32 counties across the central and northeastern regions of Missouri.
Data show about one-third of children in Boone County were born to women between 35 and 50 years old between 2006 and 2009.
The Missouri House and Senate have both passed their plans for the redistricting of Missouri. A finalized district map must be submitted before the end of the legislative session.
There are roughly 700 students enrolled in Columbia Public Schools' English Language Learners Program, and about 9.5 percent of Columbia residents say they predominantly speak another language than English.
Despite that growth, Columbia remained the fifth largest city in Missouri, a position it has held since 2000. Boone County is now ranked seventh with a population of 162,642, according to the 2010 census.
Most, 74. percent, of Columbia's labor force is driving to work alone, despite the GetAbout Columbia grant which promotes carpooling, walking, and biking according to American Community Survey data.
The sheer volume of credits, deductions and exemptions has both Democrats and Republicans calling for tax laws to be overhauled.
The common characteristic of the four topics is that they carry some controversy — and thus are potential veto targets for Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon. And Republican legislative leaders want to put themselves in the best possible position in case they wish to attempt a veto override.
RSP and Associates uses more detailed local data in conjunction with census information in redistricting.