The annual Gospel Explosion event brought community members together to commemorate the history of the local black community, but it was also an opportunity to look toward the future.
MU's Department of Residential Life hosted a meeting for University Village residents to update them after a building's walkway collapsed Saturday morning.
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Lt. Bruce Britt was a 23-year veteran of the Columbia Fire Department. He died trying to evacuate residents of University Village apartments after a walkway collapsed Saturday.
Zim Schwartze, former emergency management director, is suing the city for wrongful termination and asking for damages of at least $451,000.
Despite rallying from behind to tie the game in the sixth, the Tigers gave up six runs in the final inning and lost 11-5 to Cincinnati at the Wake Forest Invitational.
This week Missourian photographers captured images of an athlete catching air, a candlelit vigil and True False Film Fest preparations.
Lauren Pond and Stephen Clithero, who went missing Sunday, were found by Kansas State Police on Sunday afternoon.
The city will be hosting its second ward meeting for First Ward residents Monday. Representatives of various city departments will address Columbia's budget and priorities.
Memorial services have been set for the Columbia firefighter who was killed when a walkway collapsed at an MU-owned apartment complex.
Missouri struggled to knock down shots in its 56-50 loss to No. 10 Tennessee at Mizzou Arena on Sunday. Four Tigers scored for Missouri as the team shot just 29.2 percent from the field.
Three men demanded and took an undisclosed amount of money from two victims.
Carl L. Toalson, Jr. owned and operated Toalson Glass for 20 years with his wife, Nancy. He died Feb. 22.
Carl L. Toalson, 56, owned and operated Toalson Glass in Columbia for 20 years.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says it's time to give credit where credit is due: Seniors are generally good drivers.
Thousands of community and family members attended a candlelight vigil for Hailey Owens in downtown Springfield Saturday evening. The 10-year-old Owens was killed Tuesday after being abducted while walking home from a friends house.