Residents brought up the proposed discontinuation of the city's trash bag voucher program and hike in sewer connection fees. Others supported a change to rental property inspection fees.
More thunderstorms have been forecast for Wednesday and Friday, though they aren't expected to be as severe.
The MU Student Recreation Complex is discussing taking down the rock climbing wall to expand one of the complex's weight-training rooms, but no decision has been made yet.
The gardens are collections of deep-rooted plants in small depressions in the ground. They improve water quality and offset flooding by absorbing rainwater.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. Sept. 12, and winners will be selected by a random drawing Sept. 15.
The 10th annual Tomato Festival is expanding to accommodate more people this year. The festival aims to educate the community and interest them in growing tomatoes and other vegetables at home.
Columbia-based group Artists for Justice set up a stage for musical and spoken word performances, while other artists created work around the park.
Columbia City Council to discuss solar project, Hinkson Creek, sewer cost increase, Flat Branch trunk line
Here's a preview of the various public improvement projects and rate increases the Columbia City Council will discuss Tuesday night.
A lightning strike ignited an north Columbia roof, and flood water submerged roads across town.
Two popular fall festivals, the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival and the Heritage Festival, are sticking to their scheduled dates despite Missouri home football games being held at the same time.
The Clean Energy pumps opened last Monday and are open to the public.
Residents of the North Village Arts District are hoping the city will buy the land, which is the site of a former coal gasification plant.
Workers talk about what Labor Day means to them, as they miss out on one of America's most common day off.
Each year, the Ice Cream Freeze-Off attracts about 150 visitors to Arrow Rock, population 56. "The idea to make homemade ice creams and cakes — and have people come and be friendly and love our town — I don't think has changed," Mary Burge said.
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This week Missourian photographers captured images of protestors in the Michael Brown march, a drummer who plays out of his van and student fans prepping for the Tigers' first football game.
According to the National Weather Service in St. Louis, rain, strong winds and hail are possible in Columbia tomorrow.
City Manager Mike Matthes said the city needs more parking revenue to close this year's $30,000 deficit.
Dayne William Hathman, shot and killed Thursday in Callaway County, will be remembered by family and friends for his positive attitude.
Artists for Justice, a Columbia coalition of students and artistic professionals, will be putting on a Labor Day event to creatively protest the recent civil unrest in Ferguson.