James Snorgrass has food and housing for now. But he is unsure what will happen in a year.
In fiscal year 2014, $25,000 will be split between playgrounds at Parkade, Fairview, Russell Boulevard and New Haven elementary schools.
The council passed a nonbinding resolution that expresses support for Medicaid expansion, saying the expansion would improve the health of Missouri families, reduce the costs of health care access and save and create thousands of jobs across the state.
Jan. 21 will be the date of a public hearing on proposed paved shoulders on Clark Lane. The cost of the plan has increased since it was first introduced.
Columbia Police arrested an Ohio man in connection with a reported assault and robbery on Redwood Road that happened early Monday morning. The victim was seriously injured when he was hit in the head with a blunt object.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed free-agent second baseman Mark Ellis to a one-year, $5.25 million contract.
The U.S. Postal Service was expected to have its busiest mailing day of the year Monday, estimating that it would process 607 million cards and letters. The postal service expects to deliver 14.7 billion letters, packages and cards between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve, according to a release.
The Missouri men's basketball team is ranked No. 23 in the latest The Associated Press poll, which was released Monday.
It was announced Monday that Missouri defensive end Michael Sam was awarded a spot in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., to cap his season.
Inspectors who checked the streets found a decrease in vehicles along first and second priority roads during last weekend's snowfall. No cars were ticketed or towed, said Steven Sapp, public information specialist for Columbia Public Works.
The new grocery store underwent six months of renovations, and the shelves are already stocked with food.
A federal judge declared Monday that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' telephone records is likely to violate the Constitution's ban on unreasonable search.
It was the cat's appetite that started it down the path to domestication, scientists believe. The grain stored by ancient farmers was a magnet for rodents. And that drew wild cats into villages to hunt the little critters.
Cody Ceci scored his first NHL goal in overtime and the Ottawa Senators beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2.
The Hickman girls basketball team cruised to a win over Rolla on Monday night. Emily Miller led Hickman with 17 points.
The Missouri men's and women's diving teams are sending four athletes to compete this week at the USA Diving Winter National Championships in Austin, Texas. The competition starts Tuesday and continues through Sunday.
Free agent John Axford agreed to terms on a one-year, $4.5 million contract with the Cleveland Indians, pending a physical. Axford is expected to undergo a medical exam on Wednesday.
The students also got to see artwork they had made deck the halls of the President's Home at Stephens.
The recall is for the Twinkling Pine artificial tree sold under the Enchanted Forest brand. They were made in China and imported by Seasonal Specialties LLC.
Millions of Americans spend billions of dollars on vitamin combinations, presumably to boost their health and fill gaps in their diets. But while people who don't eat enough of certain nutrients may be urged to get them in pill form, the government doesn't recommend routine vitamin supplementation as a way to prevent chronic diseases.