A report shows the creek can partially support life.
Columbia police say the man entered the woman's house while she was asleep.
Cycling instructors Rachel Ruhlen and Gina Overshiner provided parents with tips Saturday on how to help children bicycle safely during a workshop sponsored by GetAbout Columbia.
The proposed communications tower would enhance radio, cellular and wireless internet signals, but no action has been taken on the project yet.
The board unanimously voted in favor of a resolution that opposes Amendment 3, which will be on the state's Nov. 4 ballot. The board was also updated on the 2014 summer school program.
Cosmo-Bethel Park will undergo lighting and trail improvements by spring of 2015.
The primatologist and activist discussed her past research and her current environmental goals.
All three of the reports were sent to police by MU's Title IX office and are evidence of the university's recent push for increased awareness of sexual assault and Title IX.
Columbia Public Schools Foundation announced its grant recipients for the 2014-15 school year on Wednesday.
At Westminster College, Geldof tackled the theme of the annual Hancock Symposium, "So, You Say You Want a Revolution? The Arts and Culture in Action" saying that when art and politics collide, they form the basis for social change.
A shooting Thursday in Cosmo-Bethel Park near Gentry Middle School did not trigger the notification system, according to the Columbia Police Department.
A man already on probation was arrested on suspicion of theft of three guns and ammunition.
The Historic Preservation Commission's third Twilight Walking Tour of the year is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday. The tour will focus on seven historic places of worship in the Columbia community.
The skateboarder, freshman Tyler Laudeman, was transported to University Hospital and is listed as "in good condition."
First Ward councilwoman sponsors a bill that would raise legal age limit for purchase of tobacco products to 21, and another bill to ban smoking of e-cigarettes indoors.
County government officials say there are no park funds remaining in the budget, meaning there are more obstacles to cleaning up historic site than just its ankle-high grass and fallen trees.
Ridership figures for Columbia's new public transit system, CoMO Connect, show early success.
These are the first two reports of rape during the 2014-2015 academic year. On Sept. 9, campus police reported a sexual assault near Jesse Hall.
Deadlines for pretrial procedures were extended by U.S. Circuit Judge Nanette Laughrey.
The Missouri Students Association emailed a video titled "Enough is Enough" to MU students Tuesday morning along with a letter that encouraged students to attend Safe Mizzou 2014's Personal Safety Fair. The video features students and administrators speaking out against sexual violence and assault in the MU community.