A number of positions are available for many of Columbia's boards and commissions. The deadline to apply is Sept. 3.
Appellants to the Police Review Board must now be an alleged victim, personally connected to an alleged victim, a witness to alleged misconduct or a resident of Boone County.
The Columbia City Council tonight will decide whether to ban Tasers or to allow voters to decide the question in the November general election.
A $385.5 million budget proposal from City Manager Bill Watkins is entering the public hearing phase. The first of those hearings is Monday at 6 p.m.
The Boone County budget is facing another year of reduced revenue. More cuts will be made as the county struggles to balance the budget.
The board talked about the Feb. 11 SWAT raid and, for a second time, cleared the officers involved.
Columbia's newest fire station was LEED-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The guys in orange vests walking around downtown and staring at the sidewalks are looking at how accessible they are for people with disabilities.
The Federal Highway Administration approved three road projects, including a $40 million Stadium Boulevard extension, but the Missouri Department of Transportation doesn't have the money to begin any of them yet.
Fifth Ward Councilwoman Laura Nauser wants to modify the rule about the number of unrelated people living in a house to make it a nuisance violation.
Prop C is passing. J. Scott Christianson is in the lead for Boone County Presiding Commissioner.
If the proposed Transportation Development District on Grindstone Parkway is approved, those who shop at a new commercial development will have to pay a slightly higher sales tax.
The City Council held a public hearing about extending the park sales tax during its Monday night meeting. Citizens who spoke to the council showed wide support for the extension.
Several trails in Columbia are nearing completion, though others are still not ready for bikers and runners.
The city's financial picture is stable as a result of good foresight, said City Manager Bill Watkins. Future stability will depend on preparing for trouble yet to come.
The 1/8-cent sales tax is citywide and voters first passed it in 2000. It was extended by the voters in 2005, and the tax will raise an estimated $12 million dollars if extended for another five years.
State Public Defender Deputy Director Cat Kelly said Missouri would have needed to more than double the number of defense lawyers to keep up with caseloads.
Council sets Oct. 18 as decision day for two annexation proposals along Richland Road. The requests were first made in November 2008.
Council members expressed concern over the design before voting 6-1 to approve it.
As you walk or drive around Columbia, you will see a variety of public art. Some of it has been created through the city's Percent for Art program. The most recent is "Keys to the City" at Eighth Street and Broadway. There are nine others works installed and six more planned.