Frequency Coffee, set to open in downtown Columbia in early June, intends to brew each and every cup of coffee by hand.
Columbia's Water and Light Department has proposed using $2 million dollars from its electric enterprise funds to purchase the "shovel-ready" land.
Public Works spokesman Steven Sapp said the city is continuing discussions with airlines including United and Southwest to bring them to Columbia.
Missouri coach Frank Haith filed his case Monday, saying he wanted bank employees interviewed and any relevant evidence preserved after it was discovered last October that someone accessed his records.
The service depends on two city buses running between Hickman High School and Fairview along Broadway and Worley on school days.
The Dynamic Athletics Research Institute has developed a new, marker-less way to track movement. The Missouri Orthopaedic Institute is the only facility in this hemisphere to use the technology.
Missouri's Cortni Ervin threw for a season-best mark and placed sixth.
In Friday's presentation of the annual performance report, the Mike Matthes revealed hope for a tax increase to fund infrastructure improvements.
Justin Jackson and Jim McNeil are a direct link to the Kewpies' 2005 state title team, and they are using their experience to help guide the current squad as it prepares for its latest run into the postseason.
The plan "Columbia Imagined" is intended to guide the city's growth for the next 20 years. For the plan to be successful, ordinances must be adopted, zoning and land issues must be revised and an engaged citizenry must remain vigilant.
Florida redshirt freshman Jimmy Clark never led until the final lap, when he sprinted to the finish line and passed Solomon Haile of Arkansas, who finished in second place.
Poor-paying jobs and a lack of affordable housing are two barriers to safe and affordable housing in Columbia, according to a recent study by MU students.
Sophomore Junyi Wu excels on the tennis court for Hickman boys tennis and in the classroom. He also participates in several extracurricular activities.
MU students celebrated their upcoming graduation Friday during Senior Sendoff, which included the symbolic Tiger Prowl — an exit walk through the MU Columns.
Centralia Intermediate School students participated in a Civil War re-enactment Friday at Centralia Battlefield.
Circus Pages performed Friday at the Boone County fairgrounds. The show includes animal trainers, white lions and elephants, among other attractions.
The week-long event includes instructional workshops and rides.
Wendy Murray loved children. While she was a student at MU, she worked at the Student Parent Center taking care of children of students, faculty and staff.
Wendy Ellen Murray died May 8, 2013. She was 43 years old.
The victim, a 23-year-old Columbia woman, said she knew her attacker, according to the Columbia Police Department.