Columbia residents could have an opportunity to vote this November on a 20-cent property tax increase that would be used to hire new police officers.
Mayor Bob McDavid named the 13-member task force at a news conference Monday morning.
The Columbia City Council unanimously approved an amendment Monday evening to the annual action plan for funding of two federal housing and community development grants.
If the ballot issue is approved, sewage rate would increase about $3 over a five-year period to pay for sewage infrastructure improvements. First Ward Councilman Fred Schmidt said people are asking for this measure and the increase in rates is cheap.
It’s genuinely disappointing that politicians like Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler continue to put politics over the health and economic benefits the law provides to Missourians.
The city hopes to implement a new bike share program, which could make short commutes and city bus trips more convenient.
Kony Ealy, a 6-foot-5-inch, 275-pound defensive end is one of the Tigers’ most gifted athletes.
Officers carried out more than 200 traffic stops, 60 check subjects and made approximately 40 arrests.
The type of information shared potentially included participant name, date of birth, MO HealthNet identification account number, county name, phone number and the last four digits of the Social Security number. No medical or financial information was released.
The Missouri women's tennis team will be hosting the 2014 SEC Tennis Championships in April with newly renovated facilities.
JJ Musgrove will be replacing Chris Stevens as manager of Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs, effective Aug. 29.
You can’t support the U.S. Constitution by passing laws that trash it. Missouri legislators would do well to remember that.
The first position of its kind gets removed from Columbia Public Schools after trial period. The money will be used for the Walking School Bus program.
Jeff Bezos is buying The Washington Post and other newspapers for $250 million, The Washington Post Co. announced Monday. Bezos is buying the paper as an individual. Amazon.com Inc. is not involved.
Details on insurance plans and premiums offered in local areas will become available sometime in September.
No, you haven't been "working hard and passing bills to address America's fragile economy and to protect all Americans"; rather, you have been wasting your time voting 38 or 39 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which could rescue millions of Americans who need health care.
Taylor Gohn beat Missouri teammate Kat Hepler at the Club at Old Hawthorne on Sunday.
Frequent From Readers contributor Margaret Prezioso-Frye shares a poem titled "A Daywalker."
St. Louis musician was moving into a downtown loft when he took a step into a dark space, thinking the elevator was there.
Workers in seven cities walked off jobs seeking doubling of federal minimum hourly wage from $7.25 to $15.