The Environmental Protection Agency has released a proposed list of impaired water bodies in Missouri. The list includes 11 streams and two lakes in Boone County.
The Mayor's Pension Review Task Force has come up with a new pension plan that officials say will require no tax increase and no layoffs. The plan is scheduled to take effect Oct. 1.
The amount required for competitive bidding in Boone County has changed from $4,500 to $6,000 under a new bill signed into law this week. The law also affects Greene County.
Construction on the beautification project, which is expected to begin in August, will cost more than $700,000.
Arborist Chad Herwald uses his extensive education and vast knowledge of horticulture to tend to Columbia's public trees.
The Columbia Board of Adjustment unanimously approved a request to build a 41-foot steeple containing a hidden communications tower on top of Campus Lutheran Church.
The group hopes voters will be able to decide in November whether to create a sales tax to pay for mental health services for children.
After completing the first phase of the effort, the city and the university are halting participation in the second phase.
Columbia residents have responded negatively to the proposal that would replace the current trash pickup of trash bags with roll carts. Solid waste utility manager Richard Weiman offers answers to common questions.
First Ward Councilman Fred Schmidt said Monday that he will no longer attend meetings with the North Central Columbia Neighborhood Association after rumors questioned his residency in the First Ward.
Water and electric use remain under capacity, but officials are keeping watch.
The Columbia City Council voted unanimously to approve an amendment extending the timeline of construction on the DoubleTree hotel project on Broadway. Construction will begin by the end of September.
Members of the new EEZ Board weigh in on the possible future of an enhanced enterprise zone in Columbia.
Sapp has served as battalion chief of the Columbia Fire Department since 2005. He has worked in the department for more than 22 years.
The Columbia City Council has approved an annual salary of nearly $60,000, including benefits, for a new employee who will focus on promoting the Columbia Transit System.
Rising chloride levels suggest that the treated city wastewater moving through Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area has mixed with the underground water that supplies the city's well field for drinking water.
The council will discuss ways to save money on construction of the Short Street parking garage during its pre-council meeting on July 2. The lowest bid on the garage was $1 million more than expected.
Although Columbia attorney Jennifer Bukowsky was nominated to run for the state House on Wednesday, the selection was not valid because not enough Republican committee members attended the meeting. Committee members will meet Thursday to try again to nominate a candidate.
The Planning and Zoning Commission will revisit the rezoning of the Peppers Nightclub property and a request for a development plan from the Odle brothers for their Locust Street property at its meeting Thursday night.
The Columbia Housing Authority held a meeting Tuesday evening and invited public input on the agency's strategic plan. Some residents were concerned about potential disruption that could result from renovation or replacement of existing housing.