The Rock Bridge boys golf team is in a two-way tie for second place after the first round of the Class 4 state championship Monday in Springfield, Mo.
About 150 fans were at Reed Arena's basketball complex for Billy Kennedy's introduction. Texas A&M Athletics Director Bill Byrne said he was seeking someone "who understands our culture here at Texas A&M."
What we learn about ourselves and our neighbors is not always pretty, either.
A transformer failure near Columbia Mall left about 2,000 city electric customers without power for about 20 minutes Monday morning.
The Columbia City Council voted to reject a request that would have allowed two East Campus houses to house four unrelated residents instead of three.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team defeated Hickman 2-0 in the semifinals of the Class 3, District 9 tournament Monday at Hickman.
Members of Grass Roots Organizing, including Columbia residents, are traveling to the JPMorgan Chase shareholders meeting to protest the federal government's support of the banking industry.
The Columbia Public Works Department will hold an open house event regarding the proposed traffic light at the intersection, which has been the site of numerous accidents.
A house on Bluebird Lane, near Route N, caught fire from a lamp providing heat for the young birds.
Lost paperwork, lack of communication and wrongful rejections are just a few of the problems that await Missouri homeowners who apply for aid from a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of mortgage payments.
The Hickman baseball team lost 12-6 to Troy Buchanan on Monday in the opening round of Class 4, District 9 play Monday at Timberland High School.
Exchange students from 2008 helped plant one of three cherry trees meant to celebrate Columbia's sister city relationship with Hakusan, Japan, and commemorate Mitsuo Kado, Hakusan's former mayor.
Taxpayer money should not be used to subsidize propoganda.
Sheriff Steve Cox said he thinks the effort will save up to about $1,000 a year.