Tropical Storm Irene has killed 37 people in 11 states as of Monday and left millions of people on the East Coast struggling with its aftermath. Here are links to online coverage of the storm.
The $500,000 HUD grant would provide funding for the city to explore various issues in low-income areas. The Office of Sustainability's proposal will be finalized in the next few weeks.
A request to rezone vacant land at the corner of Bethel Road and Nifong Boulevard has resulted in a petition signed by 148 nearby residents, but that isn't stopping the city from moving forward with the rezoning.
With prayer, congratulations and wild knee socks, school is finally in session for students at Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School. Classes will be held at Columbia College until the school's new building opens in a few weeks.
The move is raising concern of Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Columbia Public Schools might still be in line to get FEMA money to outfit new gymnasiums at Rock Bridge and Hickman high schools as safe rooms during emergencies.
St. Louis-area workers are helping restore power in areas hit by the storm. The company says the workers could be gone up to three weeks.
Power outages and massive flooding continue to disrupt life on the East Coast. But despite these concerns, early estimates suggest a much smaller impact than Hurricane Katrina, which rocked the Gulf area in 2005 and caused more than $100 billion in damage.
The Humane Society's Animal Cruelty Task Force rescued the dogs in recent raids around the state.
Coach Courtney Haskell's club returns all of their key starters from last season's 13-15 team.
A Kansas jury decided that James Kraig Kahler should be sentenced to death after he was found guilty of murder in the deaths of his estranged wife, her mother and his two teenage daughters.
The intentions of the “Your Vote Counts” petition, which would demand a three-quarters vote of the legislature to set aside or amend ballot initiatives, should be questioned.
No one was injured in the incident, which occurred early Monday morning.
Taxpayers should demand that their elected officials not receive any public benefits they're not willing to bestow upon their constituents.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Boone County Sheriff's Department and Columbia Police Department made a total of 17 DWI arrests this past weekend.
If the Columbia City Council approves the program, an estimated $20,000 per year in revenue will be used for infrastructure improvements at the airport.
Two American Red Cross volunteers from Jefferson City and Columbia are taking emergency response vehicles and supplies to Richmond, Va., to provide relief to those affected by Hurricane Irene.
Jon Spurling's friends and family members gathered at the Pinnacles Youth Park on Sunday to raise reward money for information and awareness of their friend's slaying.
College can be tricky: new relationships, deadlines and financial stresses. Mental health services can help students deal with old and new issues that hold them back. Here, the process of getting help is demystified.
To help avoid bankruptcy, city employees are now paying a higher insurance deductible, and the mayor is taking steps to get a secondary loan to help pay for bonds.