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.
Thomas would be a "bridge builder" and uniting force on the City Council, if elected.
Ian Thomas has a strong vision for our community.
The Missouri tennis team's remaining four home matches will take place in St. Louis because of construction work on the team's outdoor courts in Columbia.
The free, public screening is April 6 at Macklanburg Playhouse and will begin with a reception. Student directors will field questions from the audience after the show.
Karl Skala will be advocate for sensible, sustainable growth in Third Ward and in Columbia.
Ian Thomas has worked to create healthier communities for families and children. He would work to make the city better as well.
The Cougars went undefeated in the regular season. Their only loss came in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Basketball Championships.
Missourian reporters asked candidates for seats on the Columbia City Council nine standardized questions on city government issues. Here are their verbatim answers to a question about streets, sidewalks and trails.
Missourian reporters asked candidates for seats on the Columbia City Council nine standardized questions on city government issues. Here are their verbatim answers to a question about MU's increasing enrollment.
The Cougars went 27-7 this season and won the American Midwest Conference regular season and conference tournament.
Wainwright will be staying with the Cardinals for a while after agreeing Thursday to $97.5 million, five-year contract covering 2014-18.
That rate hike only hits students taking out new subsidized loans. Students with outstanding subsidized loans are not expected to see their loan rates increase unless they take out a new subsidized Stafford loan.