The award helps pharmaceutical companies find reputable contract research organization partners best suited to work on different types of projects.
Compete against other fans and some of the Missourian's staff in the Columbia Missourian tournament group.
Sales taxes impose more upon the poor and working class than upon the well-to-do.
Ian Thomas will bring a fresh set of ideas on how to deal with public transportation needs along with addressing rapid growth with theconsensus of all voters in the Fourth Ward.
MoDOT this week began a program to temporarily patch potholes on the roadways the agency covers.
As pastor of Open Door Baptist Church since March 2012, Luke Stockeland has increased attendance by more than 60 percent.
The former member of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre spoke at an event for Women's History Month at Columbia College on Wednesday.
The $283,731 new tanker will replace Tanker 305, which flipped onto its roof on Missouri 124 West in Hallsville in November.
The Senate approved legislation Wednesday to lock in $85 billion in widely decried spending cuts aimed at restraining soaring federal deficits — and to avoid a government shutdown just a week away.
The master plan is part of a concept called growth management planning. Rather than allowing the city to expand willy-nilly, the commission is putting together recommendations for the Planning Department to codify into a written document.
A Boone County-based nonprofit organization with an emphasis on issues related to poverty.
Located at 10 E. Broadway, Grant is the oldest existing school building still in use in the city and serves 323 students.
Formerly the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program and the Pednet Project. It is funded through a $22 million federal grant.
The Black Culture Center began in 1972 at the Black Culture House, a haven for black students at MU.
Flat Branch Pub and Brewing is located at 115 S. Fifth St. The pub serves a wide variety of food and is known for its beer.
Father Augustine Tolton was born in Missouri and was the first black Catholic priest in the United States.
The use of eminent domain is akin to the use of easements, which primarily allow the city government to acquire small parcels of land that are necessary for infrastructure development.
The Columbia neighborhood is bounded by Old 63 (east), College Avenue (west), Rollins Street (south) and East Broadway (north).