The Columbia City Council approved plans for a new student apartment complex on Grindstone Parkway.
The Missouri representative seems to be quickly losing political support after suggesting that women's bodies are sometimes able to prevent pregnancies in cases of what he called "legitimate rape."
The drought's effects on forage and grain prices have forced cattle farmers to decide whether to slaughter portions of their herds so the majority can survive or gamble by scrounging up what feed they can while waiting for better, wetter days.
The number of beds at the off-campus Tiger Diggs has increased by about 100 over last fall, and some residence hall study rooms have been turned into dorm rooms.
Although the shuttle services are similar, officials representing both services say the buses aren't competing for riders.
The recovery process from last year's season-ending knee injury has not been easy for Tigers running back Henry Josey. There have been times when he feels like giving up, but one thing always keeps him going — his son, Henry Josey Jr.
Recent college graduates have struggled more than usual to find jobs matching their training, and have had to deal with mounting debt. About 40 percent of students left school with an average of about $22,000 in debt.
The early morning flight to Memphis will be canceled. A third flight to Atlanta is expected to be added by March 3.
Commissioners will consider new construction on the Business Loop 70 and hear more details about proposed renovations of downtown apartments.
New Orleans-based Coast Guard spokesman Ryan Tippets said the area is currently being surveyed for dredging and a Coast Guard boat is replacing eight navigation markers. He says 40 northbound vessels and 57 southbound vessels were stranded and waiting for passage Monday afternoon.
The program will include authors' readings, a question-and-answer session and recognition of the 10 press employees likely to lose their jobs when the press is de-funded.
Almost 100 vessels are stranded along a stretch of the Mississippi River due to low water levels caused by extreme drought.
P.M. Forni's talk, "Life is a Relational Experience: Civility in the Age of Google," will begin the grass-roots Show Me Respect campaign meant to spread civility across MU.
One council member wants to slow down and let the public debate about the idea continue. The idea is included in the proposed budget for fiscal 2013.
Mid-Missouri PrideFest is an annual event that celebrates the LGBTQ community with family-friendly entertainment, food, activities and more.
The 2013 budget proposed by City Manager Mike Matthes calls for changes in fees for immunizations, building permits, parks and recreation programs and utilities.
Mark Quisenberry of Columbia and a woman from California, Mo., were flown to University Hospital with serious injuries.
One of Columbia's transportation committees will invite public comment on budgeting for Columbia's transportation needs in the 2013 fiscal year.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education offers a free annual report on all of the school districts in Missouri.
Shakir Hamoodi, who has been sentenced to federal prison for violating U.S. sanctions against Iraq, had no choice but to help his family overseas and is a pillar of the Columbia community — but his religion is a major factor in his harsh punishment.