The Columbia School Board voted to approve a Parkade Elementary School rezoning proposal and an air conditioning bid for Two Mile Prairie Elementary School.
The Tigers say the grind of a full round-robin schedule in conference play has prepared them for the rigors of the NCAA Tournament. The Big 12 has the highest percentage of teams in the tournament.
Warning sirens will sound at 1:30 p.m. throughout Boone County. The drill is part of "Severe Weather Awareness Week."
Mark Hanis, co-founder of Genocide Intervention Network, spoke Monday night at Memorial Union, sharing his work to stop genocide around the world and offering advice to student activists.
Lateefah Simon spoke to an audience Monday evening at Columbia College about the strides the U.S. must take to achieve true gender equality. Simon is a long-time activist based in the San Francisco area.
With changes to the bus system in Columbia seemingly imminent, Columbians for Modern, Efficient Transit is collecting information from residents about how transit can be restructured.
Among today's top stories: Disaster survivors in Joplin and New Orleans work together. Shootings in Afghanistan further dent support for the war.
The state auditor released a report listing Sunshine Law violations across the state to mark the start of "Sunshine Week," which began Sunday.
The list included white nationalist, neo-Nazi, Ku Klux Klan, racist skinhead, Christian Identity, black separatist and neo-Confederate groups.
We, as citizens, need to take a more active role in government, in order to make our voices heard and have a hand in political decision making.
Klunk Bicycles & Repair on Broadway sells and trades new, used and vintage bikes and offers inexpensive in-store repairs.
The institute will split Thursday into an academic program and a research program. The four professors who taught in the graduate program must find another department in which to hold tenure.
Norleen Nosri and Joel Sager have won contracts to create artwork for the fourth and fifth floors of the building addition completed in May 2010.
The emergency room is the only option for women in Columbia with medical complications from kicking drugs.
Missouri's better record and number of tournament titles earned this year makes the team more deserving of a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament than some of the ones that received that designation.
John Hemminger of Brookfield died Monday, March 5, 2012. He was 64.
Police are warning people who live north of Business Loop 70 between Rangeline Street and Paris Road to take extra precautions after 37 reports of things being stolen from vehicles were made in that area.
The 21-year-old Missouri football player was arrested for outstanding warrants after an altercation early Sunday. Glaser is listed as the third-string quarterback for Missouri.
Students at Alpha Hart Lewis Elementary School have raised $696 for March of Dimes with a bake sale and Dime Wars competition. Their goal is to raise $1,000 by the end of this week.