Welcome to the Friday morning campfire as Schneller chews on this weekend's weather forecast.
The hashtag #1DforOglesby has been tweeted more than 9,000 times.
Terrence Harvey, 17, was arrested Thursday night. He will be tried as an adult.
Organizers of the Black History Month Protest Poetry Slam wanted event Friday night to prompt discussion and promote change.
Death notices for Frances Irene Rimmer, Helen Christine Smith, Annabelle J. Roberts, and Lance C. Appleton.
Complaints filed with the city show that unwanted roosters have been the biggest single issue for neighbors.
The city has been asked to review the speed limits and street lights along South Providence Road in light of a Jan. 22 fatal pedestrian accident.
As Columbia bundled up for a frigid Thursday, temperatures dropped to minus 19 in southeastern Missouri.
MU law professor Paul Litton — who helped produce a report on the potential flaws in the fairness and accuracy of the state's capital justice system — spoke Thursday night at a meeting hosted by opponents of the death penalty at the Missouri United Methodist Church.
Columbia's first "net-zero" energy-efficient house was open for public viewing this week. The house can generate enough energy annually to average zero utility costs.
Columbia's Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission said it will support the development of trail Options 1 and 3 in the Grindstone to Stephens Lake trail connection.
Death notices for C.W. Hummel and JoAnn Lewis.
After pleading not guilty in November to a charge of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his wife, Donald Rowland will now face a lesser charge of first-degree involuntary manslaughter.
The task force aims to be a temporary citizen advisory board that would directly advise the Columbia City Council on tree-related issues.
Matthew Felts faces felony charges in connection with allegations that he stalked a woman in late December 2014.
A new school scheduled to open in 2018 will relieve overcrowding at Cedar Ridge Elementary School.
Paul Litton, an MU law professor, will present key recommendations from his report analyzing the state's death penalty system. The program begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Missouri United Methodist Church.
Thursday is forecast to be the coldest day of the year so far. Due to the weather, school will start two hours later than usual, and buses will pick up riders two hours later than their normal times.
Churchgoers celebrated Mass on Ash Wednesday at the Newman Center, marking the first day of Lent. Many attendees participated in Holy Communion and had ashes put on their foreheads.
As deputy fire chief, Fansler becomes the second-highest ranking officer in the Columbia Fire Department.