A drug incinerator was purchased by the Public Health and Human Services for the Columbia Police Department to to dispose of illicit drugs.
Columbia Fire Department crews were called to a structure fire at Kitty Hawk Manor Apartments Friday afternoon
The July 5 fire caused more than $75,000 in damage to the home.
The Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services will offer free vaccines to students from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday evening at its clinic, at 1005 W. Worley St.
The lane will be closing south of Ivy Way in order to replace a storm water drainage pipe.
The nonprofit started a crowdsourcing campaign to raise money for more resources for people with autism.
A new weeklong day camp teaches kids the basics in hopes of expanding Columbia's coding community.
An affidavit was filed with the 13th Circuit Court for Boone County the day after a "cooperating citizen" gave the Boone County Sheriff's Department information about Bell's death, including details pertaining to the location and disposal of his body.
The Boone County Back-to-School Health Fair for children entering grades K-12 will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Family Impact Center, 105 E. Ash St.
Three men armed with guns forced their way into an apartment in north Columbia early Thursday and tied up and struck a man in the apartment.
Detours will be placed to guide motorists around the closure.
Amendment 1 won by the narrowest of margins. According to Missouri law, any person whose position on a question was defeated by less than one-half of 1 percent of the votes cast can request a recount.
Missourians voted down the proposed three-quarter-cent sales tax increase to fund transportation projects around the state.
Of the five constitutional amendments put before voters, Amendment 9 received the widest margin of support from Missouri voters.
This initiative is part of The State Historical Society of Missouri's preparation for the state's bicentennial celebration in 2021.
Here's a recap of what Missouri voters decided on five proposed state constitutional amendments; a county parks initiative; and candidates for a U.S. congressional seat, a seat in the state House, the county recorder of deeds and Division 5 associate circuit judge.
See how each Missouri county voted on Amendment 1, which ensured the "right to farm" in the state constitution.
Thunderstorms rolling across the state Wednesday through Monday are estimated to drop enough rain to help yields.
Representatives from the consulting firm Clarion Associates hosted a public forum at the Daniel Boone City Building to present the first of a three-part update to the city's zoning and subdivision regulations.
The amendment passed with 61 percent of the statewide vote.