New apartments approved for Broadway and Tenth Street

The project, The Lofts on Broadway, will be located on the northeast corner of Tenth Street and Broadway and will have 36 beds.

Downtown Leadership schedules two input meetings for infrastructure financing

City staff has estimated it will cost $49** million to upgrade downtown's utilities. Commissioners have been asked to find a way to finance the improvements.

Revenue Department could open second Columbia license office

The city's only license office, located on Vandiver Drive, is the busiest in the state.

Former Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe signs with hometown St. Louis Rams

On Monday, former Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe, 23, signed a one-year deal with his hometown St. Louis Rams. Moe is from O'Fallon, less than an hour west of St. Louis.

MISSOURIAN MINUTE: Guitarists work together to quickly learn skills

The second annual MU Guitar Day event allowed participants from around the town, state and beyond to play together and learn from one another.

PostSecret founder turns from blogging to charity

After his talk about the site's origins and its nonprofit work, Frank Warren invited audience members to share their own secrets.

Missouri wrestling adds four new recruits to 2014-15 class

Missouri adds four wrestlers to its 2014-15 recruitment class and maintains even more motivation to win a national championship.

UPDATE: Missouri House to vote Tuesday on override to tax cut veto

House Majority Leader John Diehl said he plans to hold the override vote Tuesday. Asked if he has enough votes to succeed, Diehl replied: "I do."

Almost two months later, still no agreement between KOMU, DirecTV

A KOMU spokesman said there's no end in sight for the negotiations.

Former Missouri commitment chooses Tennessee

Kevin Punter announced his decision Monday morning via Twitter.

FROM READERS: Pregnant college students deserve more support

It's possible to be both pregnant and a student at the same time, but it presents unique challenges.

Missouri's Kearsten Peoples, Jill Rushin keep it light while aiming to be world's best

Missouri track and field athletes Kearston Peoples and Jill Rushin, the top two women's shot putters in the nation, are close friends off the field.

Medicaid expansion survives in Missouri House amendments

Democratic state representatives, along with three Republicans, have added expansion amendments to Senate bills. 

A quick look at the history of Cinco de Mayo

For some, Cinco de Mayo is an excuse to load up on fajitas and margaritas. Here's a look at the holiday's origins.

Columbia man arrested on charges of child pornography

Three computers were seized from a residence on Monday, and a computer was found to contain child pornography movies.

Columbia Fire Department responds to two fires Sunday night

The Columbia Fire department responded to two house fires in Columbia on Sunday night. No one was injured. 

Police investigate violent sexual assault attempt on Lenoir Street

A man in a ski mask held a knife to the throat of a 23-year-old female early Sunday morning and attempted to sexually assault her on the 4100 block of Lenoir Street.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: MSHSAA baseball and softball regulations available

Regulations outlining high school baseball and softball rules are available for those who wish to understand player limits and violations in the state.

Cardinals hand slumping Braves 7th straight loss

Matt Carpenter's two-run double helped carry St. Louis past the slumping Braves, who shook up their lineup but still lost their seventh in a row, 4-3 on Monday.

Hickman baseball beats Rolla 5-2

Senior Daniel Foley allowed just two runs on five hits in a complete-game effort to lead Hickman High School past Rolla 5-2 in a baseball game Monday at Rolla.