Columbia's high was 73 degrees Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Patricia Simbu Mabengo, who is originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, hopes the pageant will help her raise awareness about rape as a weapon of war and to empower survivors in her homeland.
Josh "Popeye" Clark has been repairing different kinds of vehicles for close to 19 years. Five years ago, he decided to work exclusively on motorcycles.
Pleasant weather should be a theme for the week, with highs in the mid-70s and lows in the high 50s.
The Color of Music, the Missouri Symphony Orchestra's latest show in the Hot Summer Nights concert series, showcased children's art, the classics and a neurological phenomenon.
Truman's Terrace is expected to feature live music, a buffet line, a beer tent and more, all right next to Memorial Stadium..
Samuel Butler pleaded guilty Monday to the amended charge of attempted distribution of a controlled substance.
As of Friday, employees at other businesses in the shopping center haven't seen anyone at the restaurant in nearly a week.
More than 100 Columbia residents took advantage of the special drop-offs to get rid of food that spoiled while the power was out.
The construction is set to be completed by Thursday morning.
Residents considering owning chickens within city limits must follow specific instructions in the ordinance.
The cleanup party started Saturday morning to help the couple cut down on the cost of clearing the debris. Clearing their land was verbally estimated at $22,000.
This week's most read stories include the sale of popular music venue The Blue Note and a random act of kindness at a Columbia Red Lobster restaurant.
This week a soldier's memorial, women protesting foreign military action and storm damage caught the eye of Missourian photographers.
A hotel building under renovation at the Interstate 70 and U.S. 63 interchange was the site of two grisly crimes in 2007.
The proposal for an increase of city property taxes would pay for additional police officers and firefighters. Council will consider adding the public safety proposal and a proposal for higher development fees to the November ballot at its July 21 meeting.
Almost 350 kids gathered Saturday to run, jump and crawl through mud-filled obstacles at the SPLAT! Jr. Obstacle Course Mud Run.
An informal park dedication ceremony was held Friday at Sterling W. Wyatt Park to honor U.S. Army Spc. Sterling Wyatt, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2012.
The COMO Connect Information Bus will be driving information about the new bus system from various high-traffic areas across Columbia next week.
A water main break on Ash Street on Saturday morning has closed the street between Providence Road and Fourth Street. Four businesses lost water from the break.