The trash bag voucher program and Columbia Access Television both secured funding.
From the dusty attic to the showroom floor: Thomas Jefferson's restored grave marker has finally found a home
Thomas Jefferson's well-traveled, historic epitaph will be showcased in Jesse Hall after renovations are complete.
The Columbia City Council approved bids from Engineering Surveys and Services to design replacements for two of the four Flat Branch Watershed sewer projects.
Through "The Hidden Treasures of Rome" project, previously unstudied artifacts that have been stored in Rome will be researched by MU students and scholars until Dec. 31, 2017.
Lack of restraining order means project can proceed.
David Chuber, a command historian at the U.S. Army Engineer School in Ft. Leonard Wood, spoke Sunday at the Battle of Mount Zion re-enactment. He talked about bringing past battles into context to teach today's soldiers.
Designs must be submitted by 5 p.m. Nov. 14. After a public vote to determine the top three flags, the City Council will decide which one, if any, it would like to adopt.
Columbia College's president has issued a Madden NFL challenge to students at the school in which the winner has a chance at free textbooks for a year.
The UM System hired the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management to advise UM System President Tim Wolfe's sexual assault and mental health services task force.
Jane Goodall reflects on her life studying chimpanzees, her current role in conservation and activism, and why it all matters.
Jon Meacham has written six books about American history, including "Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power."
Videographer Sarah Rothberg and photojournalist Alexy Furman spent the day and night documenting the re-enactment of the Battle of Centralia on Saturday. Watch the video and see the day unfold in four short chapters from the preparation in the morning to the night lighting of the cannons.
About 100 of the lit lanterns floated above MU, many with scrawled messages to lost loved ones.
In Boone County, voters rejected the amendment by a 2- 1 margin. Almost 9,000 voters cast "yes" ballots, while about 18,500 voted "no."
Community members expressed excitement in anticipation of seeing the famed primatologist and activist speak.
Aside from an evening dance near the old-fashioned merchandise tents, the nighttime schedule is left empty. Most people spend their night swapping stories from years of portraying Civil War battles.
Missourian photographer Hannah Sturtecky used an iPhone app to take pictures of the Battle of Centralia re-enactment.
First strangers, then friends and now co-authors, three Columbia residents have released a book that explores life's journey through a metaphor of a house with six doors.
Photographers captured images from the national party tour, I'm Shmacked, the Missouri football game and the opening of a new store in Columbia this week.
WEEK'S MOST READ STORIES: 'Mizzou Made' not entirely accurate; legislature overrides gun rights veto
In this week's most-read stories, senior wide receivers are on pace for big numbers, Kim Anderson adjusts to recruiting for a Division I school and Gary Pinkel's game-day outfit gets a full analysis.