The Honor Flight participants had left at about 2 a.m. Tuesday for the airport in St. Louis, on their way to tour the World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War memorials in D.C.
The committee brings together officers from Columbia Animal Control, prosecutors and officers from several police departments in Boone County to discuss animal abuse cases and their link to other kinds of abuse.
Runway and taxiway upgrades will require the city to buy 52 acres, much of it from farmers who have lived in the area for decades.
Missouri has suspended Gavin Stark indefinitely and spokesman Shawn Davis said the Athletics Department is still gathering details about the event. Stark, who started 17 games at first base for Missouri in 2012, has started four games this season.
The survey asked questions about trail usage, trail satisfaction, improved resale value of home and potential issues connected to the trail.
Balmy, seasonal temperatures Tuesday provided a respite from what's been an unpredictable spring in Columbia.
The incident took place at about 10 p.m. on the 2100 block of Prathersville Road, where deputies observed a vehicle operating in a careless and imprudent manner, according to a news release.
Here's a look at the agenda and the actions the council took on various items.
The initial moratorium on the lighted window signs was passed in October to last for six months.
MU students drew inspiration Monday night at a candlelight vigil for Arvarh Strickland outside the MU hall named for him.
Collegiate Housing Partners, based in St. Louis, submitted plans last week to develop a six-story student housing building on 1.25 acres south of Conley Avenue between Fourth and Fifth streets.
In the lawsuit, a resident displaced by the April fire says he wouldn't have signed a lease if he'd known the building contained asbestos and didn't meet the fire code requirement for pull-down alarms.
The project, which started as an initiative to beautify parts of downtown, would include a new brick layout, street trees and a heated sidewalk.
The degrees include 4,218 bachelor’s degrees, 1,043 master’s degrees, 278 doctorates, 126 law degrees, 36 education specialist degrees, 99 medical degrees and 102 veterinary medicine degrees.
The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services compiles statistics on the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases throughout the state.
One hundred hours of preparation paid off with a $7,500 group scholarship for the MU team's presentation on how to improve health care for patients with COPD.
Despite massive technological upheaval and financial chaos that threaten the future of the U.S. Postal Service, local letter carriers keep the personal connections from their routes intact.
The Missouri Mission of Mercy dental clinic Friday and Saturday provided free fillings, cleanings and extractions to anyone who needed them. More than 1,700 people attended the event in Cape Girardeau.
The Burmese refugees used their experiences with Christian missionaries in Burma as a model for their new service at Broadway Christian Church.
On Saturday, a group of St. Louis high school students and a handful of local women helped rehab a local Habitat for Humanity home on Norbury Drive as part of Women Build Day.