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Columbia's Violence Task Force sets roadmap for next six months

At a Tuesday night meeting, the Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence agreed to take action on four different community aspects to better organize themselves and address issues related to violence in Columbia.

Missouri football aims to snap 32-year streak this weekend against Georgia

The Tigers are 0-29 against top-10 teams on the road since 1981. They look to shake history against No. 7 Georgia on Saturday.

Historic Preservation Commission proposes restoration of brick streets

The plan provides guidelines for gradual uncovering  and restoration of brick streets in the downtown area over the next 20 years. 

Missouri agency offers to patrol federal land during shutdown

Two offers, one from the Missouri Department of Conservation and one from the U.S. Interior Department, are both aimed at reopening federal parks for public use.

GEORGE KENNEDY: City Council must improve Clark Lane for pedestrians

The Columbia City Council members and residents near Clark Lane disagree on improvement plans to make the road safer for pedestrians.

Illinois drug manufacturer asks Missouri to return supply of propofol

A day after Missouri said it returned vials of propofol to a German manufacturer, an Illinois company is asking the state to return its supply, saying it was obtained through an "unauthorized distributor."

Eli White provides Battle football team with motivation, joy

White is a staple on the Spartans sideline. He has a passion for football and doesn't hesitate to share that with the team.

Obesity examined: Health Ethics Conference talk at MU encourages compassion

Anna Kirkland's talk focused on understanding environmental factors that lead to obesity and how weight discrimination affects people.

Missouri volleyball encouraged by record-holding 1982 team

Missouri volleyball goes into Friday's match at Tennessee with the best record in the nation, poised to break the 1982 school record of 19-0 for the best start to a season.

MU researchers can now move large data sets with new high-speed internet

The network available to MU researchers is 10,000 times faster than regular at-home Internet speedand 100 times faster than Kansas City's Google Fiber network.

MU Health Care opens expanded children's therapy center

The new therapy center cost $1 million to build according to an MU Health press release.

MU librarian steps up as federal government websites shut down

Federal Agencies have cut off the flow of public records by taking down their websites. But librarian Maria Concannon said we can usually still find what we need to know.

Workers in Katy Place apartments recovering; reports of death incorrect

The Boone County medical examiner's office mixed up the case with a fatal accident that occurred near Lake of the Ozarks. 

Columbia airport plans to install mobile boarding pass scanner

Although the Columbia Regional Airport does not have the equipment to scan mobile boarding passes, the Airport Advisory Board has been working on a solution since the beginning of this year.

UPDATE: Boehner offering Obama short-term debt extension

Most economists say the federal default that could result would deal a staggering blow to the world economy, though some Republicans have said the damage would be manageable.

Rock Bridge junior kicker Joe Barbee returns to receiver

Junior Joe Barbee returned to his original position as receiver in the Rock Bridge game against Helias on Saturday.

Tolton football's defense hopes for second shutout

The Trailblazers had their first shutout in program history against Harrisburg on Friday.

Hickman keeps focused on bye week

Although the Kewpies won't play this week, they plan on watching their next opponent, Jackson, face Battle on Friday.

Columbia College cross country to compete in 'Pre-Nationals'

After multiple recognitions over the course of the season, the Columbia College cross country team is now focusing on the Pre-National race.

Stephens College goalie breaks NAIA record for saves

The Stars' goalkeeper Briannica Ponder faced 52 shots in Tuesday's game against Lyon College and saved 36 of them, breaking a 22-year-old National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics record.

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