After a long road of debt trouble and legal disputes, the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts requires big budget changes to keep its doors open. A ruling in the dispute between the theater and Huebert Builders Inc. is expected by Aug. 31. Huebert Builders is seeking $400,000 for unpaid bills.
Detective Jeff Westbrook, a lifelong resident of Columbia, has retired from the Columbia Police Department after 22 years of service. He is one of the founding fathers of the Domestic Violence Enforcement Unit.
The car wash will be hosted by Boone County firefighters on Saturday at Fire Station 12. Proceeds will benefit Keith Null, a volunteer firefighter who was seriously injured in a traffic accident in May.
Pianist and composer Reginald Robinson is attending the J.W. "Blind" Boone Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival to show clips from his in-the-works ragtime documentary. He will be interviewing historians at the festival and featuring Columbia in his documentary.
A lightning strike is the likely cause of the outage that affected 934 customers of the Boone Electric Cooperative.
The finals of the Missouri State Champshionships were held Sunday afternoon with the fastest time of 13.7 seconds.
A release from the governor's office said flags will be at half staff in Missouri on May 31, the day of Pfc. Jason Fingar's funeral. Flags in Boone County will remain at half-staff for the following week.
This weekend's Pedaler's Jamboree, along with the Katy Trail Celebration Ride and Torch Relay, celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Katy Trail. Riders can still sign up for the jamboree Saturday morning.
Forum Christian Church is the new south location for the Columbia Farmers Market. It will be open on Thursday afternoons until the end of October.
Theresa Churchhill prepares her home garden for the second annual Columbia Housing Authority Planting Day.
Breakfast Station Day, hosted at 12 locations around Columbia, was part of a week-long event sponsored by GetAbout Columbia in partnership with PedNet.
The International Community Church upholds diversity by translating services into multiple languages.
One woman is helping lead the crusade against homelessness among veterans in Columbia through Welcome Home Inc.
Contractor William Stone cites his strong reputation in the community as key to his success in an economy that's been particularly rough on construction-related work.
Josh Basye, 4, was diagnosed with autism a year ago. He is one of an increasing number of children with autism in the United States. About 1 percent of children in Boone County have autism.
A Boone County native lives her dream of working with animals.
Mey Savann is the only Cambodian Buddhist monk who lives and practices in Missouri.
Across the board, older citizens are having difficulty finding part-time employment. Cheryl Wade-Coleman is one such citizen in Columbia.
Missouri has the second largest population of beef cattle in the United States, so spring is a busy time for Missouri beef farmers.