While many business offered freebies to customers for Tax Day, other services focused on helping people file their returns as efficiently as possible.
The board expects the new school to draw about 365 students from the surrounding elementary schools.
First Ward Councilman Fred Schmidt said he was pleased to be followed by newly-elected Ginny Chadwick.
Chris Hamby won the award for investigative reporting, and Steven Rich contributed to the Washington Post's coverage of the National Security Agency.
Karen Spears, who owns an art business she calls The Korean Pears, creates hand-lettered, colorful, abstract paintings.
Family members said Monday that they are pleased with the findings of an independent investigation into MU’s handling of the Sasha Menu Courey case. MU continues to look at policies and procedures regarding sexual assaults and mental health issues.
The week's events will include a camp out on the Black Culture Center's lawn, a screening of "School Daze" and a Saturday barbecue.
One of the journalists said she sees misperceptions of Pakistani women in the media."We are marching in every field of life," Ghazala Fasih Khan said.
Rain and snow is predicted to fall in Columbia until 5 p.m. Monday. A freeze warning will take effect at 11 p.m.
The suspect selected two videos before demanding money, police said.
Are you ready for Tax Day? The deadline for filing taxes or an extension is Tuesday.
Anglers can use data on the record sizes of fish caught as a benchmark and to set goals for future fishing trips.
Scott Cairns thinks of himself as an idiot. He would "very much like to be a fool."
Star-gazers will look to the sky Monday night for the first total lunar eclipse since 2011.
With the nice weather this week, Missourian photographers captured several outdoor happenings, including a hot air balloon event and a cardboard boat competition.
Several most read stories this week focused on Green-Beckham's dismissal after an incident in which he was a suspect in an alleged burglary.
Students within Alpha Hart Lewis and Two Mile Prairie elementary school boundaries will be affected by the change.
A 39-year-old Columbia man died in a car crash early Sunday morning. He was wearing a seat belt. Excessive speed may have been a factor in the crash.
An 18-year-old man was shot Saturday evening. He arrived at a local emergency room in a personal vehicle, and his injury was not life-threatening.
Three people were standing outside their vehicle Friday night when they were approached by six men. Three of the men had handguns and stole items from the victims.