After months of debate, the transit budget for fiscal 2012 was approved by the Columbia City Council in front of a large crowd of interested residents.
Regents at both powerhouse schools gave their presidents the authority to find a new conference.
IBM will have to submit a job report to the state at the end of the year that includes the number of employees it has hired to continue receiving the largest portion of $30 million in incentives used to attract the company to Columbia.
The committee's work is complete, and the task of deciding how to redistrict the ward now lies to the council.
However conference realignment shakes out for Missouri, chances are that the fans will be hurt the most by the greed of the leaders in college football.
The council unanimously voted to allow the closure of a section of Ninth Street for the promotional event Oct 1.
Two shotguns and a shotgun barrel remain unaccounted for after an audit of the department's weapons, and a company has been hired to suggest improvements to the agency's property room policies.
Senior Jacquies Smith returns from a dislocated elbow. His leadership will make a big contribution to the Tigers' effort at Oklahoma on Saturday.
Find out what Big 12 football coaches had to say about Monday's conference realignment news on the Missourian Sports Blog.
While first-class mail volume has decreased 25 percent since 2006 in Columbia, U.S. Postal Service is looking at dramatic spending cuts. These include eliminating Saturday delivery that President Barack Obama endorsed the elimination Monday.
A St. Louis man was sentenced on Monday for his role in the robbery of Aaron Hobson, who was shot to death in the parking lot of a south Columbia convenience store last fall.
Starting Wednesday, 200 students and chaperones from across the country will meet in Columbia for the Minority Student Achievement Network national conference. It is being hosted by MAC Scholars and Columbia Public Schools.
The bill will now go to the full House for a vote. The original bill was signed into law by Gov. Jay Nixon in July, but it was blocked due to concerns about free speech violations.
A crack in a joint in the cooling system at the Callaway Nuclear Power Plant prompted Ameren officials to issue a public alert.
Construction and bidding are underway at six of the nine Fifth and Walnut garage office spaces.
Tonight's City Council meeting will address, among other topics, the 2012 transit system budget. Are you up to speed?
The school will have its first official meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Policet didn't disclose the location or date of this weekend's checkpoint.
The Missourian caught up with Rock Bridge coach A.J. Ofodile on Monday as his team prepares for its next opponent— the No.1 ranked Rockhurst Hawklets.
Anita Ellis is enjoying the change from preschool counselor to to elementary school counselor at Alpha Hart Lewis.