The research center is part of a $5 million multi-stage renovation project that will provide room for new treatments and testing facilities.
A convenience store planned for the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and Grindstone Parkway has prompted protests and a petition from nearby residents.
Some revenue raised by Proposition B would go toward creating a clinical campus program in Springfield and constructing a medical education building at MU, measures that would increase MU's medical class size.
Hundreds of MU students, professors, local activists and community members listened to political journalist Glenn Greenwald talk about the two-tiered justice system and participated in a subsequent panel discussion.
Although few members of the community appeared at the hearing on a proposed alcohol training for servers, those who did approved the proposed ordinance.
Rep. Todd Akin spoke to Columbia Republicans on Thursday about health care and abortion as part of a Senate campaign bus tour.
The Tigers travel to Athens, Ga., for a road game Friday evening, but senior Taiwo Adeshigbin will be right at home.
During a work session Boone County Planning and Zoning Commission members expressed concern that changes to regulations on private roads would lower property values.
A house at 308 St. Joseph St. in Columbia is in the process of going through inspections to be torn down. A house at 302 St. Joseph St. has already been torn down.
More students than residents turned out for discussion of the park development plan that would construct a playground, several practice fields and a basketball court.
Gerald Fishman talked about the development of space research and his personal research on gamma rays during his lecture Thursday.
Robert Simms, who had been Columbia's director of information technology since 2000, resigned Thursday, according to a city news release.
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The nonprofit organization helps refugees and immigrants become active members of the community.
Local artist James Hopfenblatt has created two graffiti murals on a storage shed on Rogers Street.
The Hickman softball team beat New Franklin 16-0 in three innings Thursday.
Ten percent of each sale from the Mexican food truck will go toward buying food and paying bills for the food pantry.
The event will feature a lecture on voice anatomy, tips on voice health and performances both spoken and sung.
Join the MU Tiger Challenge game for the chance to win $100 to $1,000 this football season.
John Hall shares photos of the creatures and yardwork that the summer's end brings.