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.
The project has been in progress for almost a year and a half. The final public hearing will be Nov. 30.
The circuit judge seat for the 13th Circuit had been open since Oct. 1 after the retirement of Judge Gene Hamilton.
Citizens and police can continue using Tasers in Columbia after Proposition 2 was roundly defeated. The group People for a Taser-Free Columbia planned to issue a statement Wednesday.
John Cauthorn, Stephen Webber, Chris Kelly, Paul Quinn, and Mary Still were elected to the General Assembly.
Republican Ed Robb campaigned on a platform of reducing the salaries of Boone County's elected officials.
Christopher Dwyer, Libertarian candidate for the 9th Congressional District, received 22 percent of the vote during Tuesday's election, which is considered a rare occurrence for third-party candidates.
James Pezold pleaded guilty to four counts of second degree assault and first degree tampering with a motor vehicle for an incident at a Walmart in 2009.
The planned office building, Leawood Plaza, will be built in a residential area replacing three homes on a 0.9-acre lot.
The plan, which will guide development east of Columbia, can be used by the council as a more comprehensive basis for considering development proposals.