Mayor Bob McDavid has asked the police and the board to submit reports on the "current status" of the review board along with recommendations for what the City Council should do about the board.
The Missouri football players have been attending voluntary workouts Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the summer.
Former Missouri pitcher Nick Tepesch was as the Texas Rangers' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June.
An Institute of Medicine panel recommends the government require health insurance companies to cover birth control as a preventive service.
Missouri volleyball player Brittney Brimmage has been named to COBRA Magazine's Preseason All-National Third Team for the second consecutive year.
Missouri's match against Iowa State will air live Sept. 21 on ESPNU. It will be Missouri volleyball's second appearance on the college sports channel.
The Columbia Audubon Society has several stipulations in a compromise over placement of the new Scott's Branch Trail through its nature sanctuary.
As the Midwest simmers in an extended heat wave, people need to keep an eye on their animals, the Humane Society advises. Dogs and horses are at greatest risk of dehydration.
The proposed track would be on 800 acres south of Hollister. Developer Russell Cook plans to bring NASCAR races after the track is completed in 2013.
Occupancy at Harbor House has risen from 55 percent to 80 percent over the last couple of weeks, during a heat wave called "life threatening" for the homeless.
McConnell's Plandland has sold more than 3,500 varieties of day lilies for 27 years.
Whether the future Short Street Garage will be chosen as a site for a Percent for Art public art project is yet to be determined.
Gov. Jay Nixon plans to allot state and federal aid to single-family, low- and moderate-income homeowners. The plan would use about 38 percent of the state's annual share of low-income housing tax credits.
As of Tuesday, no charges had been brought against a man suspected of exposing himself to an occupant of an adjacent stall in an Ellis Library restroom.
A Korean barbecue restaurant is now open on Ninth Street in downtown Columbia. The menu does not include fusion-style cuisine.
The new Cole County Jail is now open after a process that began years ago.
Missourians shouldn't lose their say in the presidential primary nominations. Missouri and the nation could improve the electoral process by supporting a regional primary system.
Seventeen states issued heat watches, warnings or advisories Monday.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has developed a free smartphone application with Missouri parks information. It's available on the iPhone and will soon be available through Android.
The City Council voted in favor of rezoning a plot of land from residential to commercial land, and the Audubon Society compromised on the final leg of the Scott's Branch Trail.