The Hands Up, Don't Shoot march was held to remember Michael Brown, but protestors hope it will do more than that.
In a court filing, Rob Sanders says the city ordinance that addresses treatment of prisoners is "unconstitutionally vague."
Five mid-Missouri businesses might need to find alternatives to finance their business overseas if Congress fails to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Free tai chi classes are available at the Armory Sports and Recreation Center, located on Ash Street, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays.
The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District affirmed a lower court ruling that UM course syllabuses are exempt from state Sunshine Law disclosure rules. The National Council on Teacher Quality president said she will continue pursuing the appeals process.
Ward's job title change reflects Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin's renaming and restructuring of upper-level jobs at MU.
Peter Hatch gave an afternoon talk about Thomas Jefferson's passion for gardening and its importance to the process of community building. He was scheduled to speak about his time as the director of gardens and grounds at Monticello, Jefferson's home, in the evening.
The July 2007 crash on Interstate 70 left the couple with long-term injuries that have since kept them from working.
Michael Tufts, the New Bloomfield police officer who was involved in a December 2012 drunk driving accident, died Saturday night in Columbia after almost two years in a coma.
Video footage led to the arrest of a suspect in connection with the Aug. 13 armed robbery of a Columbia liquor store.
More than 50 people crowded into Russell Chapel to pray for Michael Brown. The service was timed to coincide with Brown's funeral in St. Louis.
On the first day of classes, the university also had the most undergraduates it's ever had.
Missouri football team annually holds a discussion about sexual assault. Defensive backs coach Cornell Ford "handles" sexual assault education "every year in August" with the team, head coach Gary Pinkel said.
Four MU students spent some time at a Columbia pool Monday as the heat index reached 99 degrees.
Firefighters said a child playing with a lighter caused Monday's fire on Greensboro Drive. Nobody was injured.
The Friday crime resulted in an extensive manhunt during which one person was arrested.
A program at Lange and West middle schools this fall is designed to help reduce the number of young people being sent to the juvenile justice system and address racial discrepancies in those referrals.
An open house on trail project is set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Activity and Recreation Center.
The Mid-Missouri PrideFest took place on Sunday. Columbia residents and others from outside the area attended the annual event that shows support for the LGBTQ community.
Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton said a desire for more transparency was a driving force behind making Columbia the first police department in Missouri to have body cameras for all its officers.