The Rock Bridge girls soccer team defeated Smith-Cotton 2-0 on Wednesday night at Rock Bridge.
Greektown set the scene for a major celebration of the death of terrorist Osama bin Laden, and some students who participated provided information to piece together a chronology of events Sunday night.
During new City Manager Mike Matthes' first meeting, the City Council upheld its stoppage to design work on the proposed Short Street parking garage and authorized an $80.5 million Water and Light bond.
Four proposed downtown camera locations will be introduced to city council Monday night. The plan would cost $73,863.50 for the city.
After news broke late Sunday that Osama bin Laden had been killed, there was a mixed reaction. There were mass celebrations in the streets, but others didn't see a reason to celebrate.
Columbia police said they concluded through interviews and reports that a Campus Lodge assault reported Friday did not occur.
A request to rezone two properties on East Campus so two more people can live there makes its first appearance before the City Council on Monday.
Thousands of people accessed the Newseum's website early Monday morning to look at front pages of newspapers across the nation, which caused the website to crash.
Columbia Independent School is teaming again with Be The Change Volunteers to send five students to Ayur, India to repair a school for children with special needs.
Osama bin Laden was killed in a military operation Sunday, which was greeted with mass celebrations across the nation well into the night.
Many scholars argue the burial goes against Islamic tradition and could provoke violence against Americans.
A 330-page bill aims to grant $360 million in tax credits to create new business, but it's banking on chance and fails to take three major flaws into account.
Columbia police arrested 20-year-old Juan Daniel Calvo-Espinosa in connection with two burglaries that took place early Sunday morning at Gatehouse Apartments on Broadway.
Columbia's new city manager Mike Matthes will be officially sworn in at 7 p.m., but he began working this morning.
Soon after President Obama announced the death of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden late Sunday night, students started celebrating all across campus, from outside Ellis Library to Greektown.
The celebrations continued into the early hours of Monday morning with music and waving flags. Students crowded the streets of Greektown as well as other areas of MU to mark the news about the death of Osama bin Laden.
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Prescription medication collection sites have been set up in several mid-Missouri locations, including four in Columbia.
Although photos of bin Laden's body have not been released, officials said the U.S. forces used DNA evidence and facial recognition programming to positively identify the body.
Normally, the U.S. shares its counterterrorism intelligence with trusted allies in Britain, Canada, Australia and elsewhere. But this mission was too important and too secretive.