Marie Nau Hunter has led the office since 2001; her resignation takes effect in February.
The Citizen's Police Review Board has sent its letter of recommendation to police chief Ken Burton regarding a case involving what it called unnecessary force by a police officer.
The Boone County Recorder of Deeds has created a system to notify registered users of changes in real estate documents in an effort to prevent property and mortgage fraud.
Online bill pay created accidental late charges for some property taxpayers last year. The collector's office will not use that system this year to avoid charging unnecessary late fees.
Home rule would give Boone County its own charter and independence from the state legislature, but Boone County voters have been reluctant to support similar proposals in the past.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Department could not come to a consensus on a recommendation for the Heibel-March Building on Thursday.
The City Council is considering three black-and-gold bus designs to replace its blue buses.
The commission finalized a vision document for the city's future comprehensive plan Thursday.
Columbia Fire Chief Bill Markgraf wants to revamp Fire Station No. 5 with tax funding allocated for building a new fire station.
Local attorney Glen Ehrhardt emphasizes economic development, public safety and upholding neighborhoods in his campaign.
In observance of the holiday, city services and offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 25.
Missouri's cigarette tax hasn't been raised in more than a decade, making it more than a dollar less than the national average.
A study estimates that 65,000 people —26,130 from outside of Boone County — attended the third annual Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival, netting more than $4 million for Columbia businesses.
In a statement released Thursday, the association argued the board based its decision on facts the officer did not know at the time of the incident.
The Columbia Police Officers Association was highly critical Thursday of a Citizens Police Review Board decision that found an officer used excessive force, but the board chairwoman defended the finding.
The Citizens Police Review Board voted to recommend to Police Chief Ken Burton that Police Officer Nathan Turner used excessive force against Derek Billups during an December 2009 incident at a nightclub.
The Regency Hotel Downtown is officially going to become part of the Hotel Indigo franchise when it reopens in 2013. Hotel Indigo is part of the InterContinental Hotels & Resorts chain.
Find out your risk for infection at local hospitals, and compare it to others in the region across the state and/or country.
The new director plans to find solution to the problem of denying new clients because of high caseloads.
With the removal of 90 acres of commercial development, the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted to recommend the Richland Road annexation and rezoning request.