An amendment to the Columbia city code will protect transgender people from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations.
A park will be built next to Battle High School on the land that the city plans to buy from St. Charles Road Development.
In June 2011, the NCAA formally charged the UNC football team with nine major violations, and the team lost its coach eight days before its training began.
Construction on the $20 million development is scheduled to begin in April. The adjacent parking garage is scheduled to be finished either before or at the same time as the hotel.
An advisory committee will consider finalists for the University of Missouri System president position Tuesday. The committee will provide feedback to the Board of Curators, which will review the committee's recommendation at its Thursday meeting in St. Louis.
Substantial changes could be made to Citizens Assisting Seniors and Handicapped and Heat Energy and Light Program in January, including a new random-selection process to choose who gets aid and the option to apply by mail, fax, electronically or in person.
The City Council passed an ordinance that will restrict car access, making the alley more friendly to pedestrians.
A holiday campaign begins Monday and goes through Dec. 12. The department will schedule additional deputies to conduct DWI saturation points
Columbia is re-examining rules for disposing of trees cleared by developers. A proposed ordinance is being reviewed by the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission and the Public Health and Human Services Department.
One night a week, people can bring their cats and dogs to the Columbia Mall to be photographed with Santa.
Columbia City Council unanimously approved funding recommendations for the city's children, youth and family social services at its meeting Monday.
Missouri will face Villanova as part of the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night in New York City. A win would put the team 8-0 for the first time since 2006.
Sponsors dropped off items at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Monday, the first day of donations for the Voluntary Action Center's Christmas Program.
Columbia is trying to narrow the "technology gap" for public housing residents, starting with Paquin Tower.
Superintendent Chris Belcher is set to present information including a 10-year facility and bond plan for the district. Tuesday's meeting will also include discussions related to boundary scenarios.
According to Martin Luther King Jr.'s philosophy, the Occupy Wall Street movement violates some ground rules that must be obeyed to justify civil disobedience.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton said the SEC offered a more stable and financially lucrative future, and this played role in his decision to move from the Big 12.
Normally hot spots for students and Columbia residents during the warmer months, Buck's Ice Cream Place and other frozen treat stores in Columbia see business slow down when the temperature drops.
The Tigers (7-0) are the second-highest ranked team in the Big 12, after Baylor (7-0) at No. 6.
Jessica Fay, who is white with blond hair, is not the stereotypical Muslim. During the past two years, she has learned to appreciate Muslim traditions such as wearing a hijab.