David Mendoza-Cozatl, a recent MU hire, was awarded a five-year, $1 million grant by the National Science Foundation to advance his work on plant nutrition.
Mayor Bob McDavid leads all candidate fundraisers, while Citizens for Effective Emergency Response reports raising more than $17,000 to campaign for the 911 and emergency management sales tax.
Norm Wilding builds custom, show-quality motorcycles for clients across the country from his shop, Mid Missouri Motorcycle Customs.
The high Thursday in Columbia was 60 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s are expected Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with thunderstorms possible Saturday afternoon.
Temperatures have averaged 36.7 degrees this month, compared with an average of 43.6 degrees in the years since 1889. The last year the monthly average was that low was 1983.
It's that time of the year when we place our bets on basketball teams and make choices at the polls. There will be winners and losers, but losses shouldn't be taken personally.
The overpass will be demolished on Wednesday and Thursday between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Ian Thomas would not be beholden to any special interest group, if elected.
Ian Thomas has worked tirelessly for the betterment of our community.
According to a report in the Miami Herald, the University of Miami will accuse the NCAA of further misconduct later this week in an attempt to get the infractions case against the school dismissed.
The Tigers' David Bonuchi placed third in the 1-meter springboard event Thursday at NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis to earn All-America honors for the sixth time.
A suspect in an assault and robbery Wednesday night outside The Blue Fugue was apprehended by police just blocks from the scene.
An unarmed robbery occurred this morning at the 1013 West Blvd. N. Fastlane 66, according to police. The robber got away with an undisclosed amount of money and has yet to be identified.
Karl Skala is a progressive thinking about updating development plans and zoning regulations, which include requiring developers to pay for road and sidewalk improvements.
Sid Sullivan has a high level of interest in keeping Columbia on track to remain a great place for all to live.
If elected, Karl Skala will push for developers to pay their fair share for needs created by the developments, such as roads and sewers, rather than placing an unfair burden on taxpayers.
Sid Sullivan will bring a data-driven, planned-growth approach to city governing, ensuring that Columbia remains and outstanding city for everyone well into the future.
Karl Skala has the experience and has proven his willingness to serve Third Ward on City Council.
Sid Sullivan, candidate for mayor, has the knowledge and commitment to listen to and be inclusive in addressing the needs of Columbia.
Karl Skala has an exemplary record of public service in Columbia.