Columbia's Santa hotline buzzed with hundreds of calls Saturday.
A Friday night car chase ended after deputies laid spikes on Route Z.
The robbery happened shortly before 5:30 a.m. Nobody was hurt.
In the wake of a grand jury decision to not indict the New York City police officer responsible for killing Eric Garner, about 100 protesters congregated at Tiger Plaza on Friday night to march for justice. They walked to Francis Quadrangle with signs hoisted above their heads as a repertoire of chants grew louder.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, a holiday hotline will take calls from children ages 3 to 10.
Missourian photojournalist Tim Tai gives the Lytro Illum camera a test drive at the SEC Championship.
The First Ward councilwoman is being targeted for her votes in favor of the Opus development project and against a marijuana decriminalization bill, along with her proposal to ban alcohol in Douglass Park.
Hospital staff, patrons and other community members gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony for new facilities at Boone Hospital Center.
The environmentally friendly holiday drive will accept used clothing and shoes, regardless of their condition.
Columbia police are looking for two armed suspects in connection with a robbery at a north Columbia motel, which sent one person to the hospital.
The driver's defense will include evidence that suggests the driver had been sexually assaulted just before she drove the wrong way on Interstate 70 and caused the crash that killed a 35-year-old man.
The story of the homecoming of Thomas Hart Benton's "The New Fence" — which had been payment to Sir Winston Churchill for his "Iron Curtain" speech — is one of coincidence.
A new tool built by the Columbia Missourian lets you explore local crime, right down to the street where you live. And the information is updated every day.
The Missourian asked six women at MU what they hoped to achieve in the final 27 days of the 2014.
The opposition to The District Flats, a residential high-rise to be built by Opus Development Co., continued Thursday with a protest outside the apartment building's leasing office.
Stokes will start at MU at the beginning of February. She succeeds Provost Brian Foster, who retired in December 2013.
Lee was a freshman wide receiver and had been dismissed from the team last month "for disciplinary reasons," according to previous Missourian reporting.
Andrea Hayes has worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Boone County since 2007. MU athletics director Mike Alden asked her to serve on a compliance committee last spring, where she helped implement Title IX policies for the athletics department.
MBS Realty Partners is asking that about 2.5 acres on the south side of Ash Street and east of Fairview Road be zoned for planned office use.
Nueterra will own approximately 65 percent with MU owning the other 35 percent.