First accumulating snow of the season expected on Saturday afternoon with around one to two inches forecast.
An African-American composer and student writings will be showcased at 22nd annual celebration on Jan. 15.
15 Columbia residents, and 12 others from Fulton, Boonville, Jefferson City, Sturgeon, Kingdom City and Springfield, Missouri and Murphysboro, Illinois, were charged in the 56-court indictment.
The Mayor's Task Force on Community Violence presented a series of recommendations Wednesday that range from building new youth community centers to improving police-community relations.
A Mokane woman died in a car crash Tuesday while heading east outside of Fulton.
Emergency medical technicians initiated the infectious disease protocol as a man was rushed to University Hospital on Wednesday afternoon with Ebola-like symptoms. Officials said the man likely does not have the disease. A Fire Department official called the decision to initiate the protocol the result of "an abundance of caution."
At Wednesday's meeting, the assistant police chief talked about how technology is impacting the police force.
The talks are part of a series of events that supporters of marijuana law reform are holding this month.
The Budget Allocation Advisory Council consists of 20 members who are faculty, staff and graduate and undergraduate students. Five are permanent, and 15 serve two-year terms.
According to court documents, Alfonso Rodriguez said he shot his former girlfriend in the neck because he was angry that she was dating other men.
Battle High School students work behind the scenes to create the stage for their upcoming musical production, "Cinderella," which opens Friday.
The tattoos that Pete Tieman got when he was younger didn't age with him, and he's not the only person to outgrow tattoos.
Columbia residents are encouraged to take selfies while recycling and post them online as part of a promotion for America Recycles Day.
Drew Glosson plans to join a ministry in Tokyo with a growing Christian community, preach the Gospel and build a network of Christian communities throughout Japan.
This year’s ceremony was preceded by the opening of the new Blue Star Memorial next to a sidewalk on the east side of the Memorial Student Union.
Donald Stevens hasn't had a drink since May 1, 2012. He credits the Veterans Treatment Court, which started in Boone and Callaway counties in July 2013, for helping him stay sober.
The streets, which will be part of the new Parkside Estates subdivision, will be named to honor veterans who served in World War II and the Korean War.
The showing was part of an effort by local groups to eliminate single-use plastic bags from the checkouts of Columbia groceries.
New Haven Elementary School continues its annual Veterans Day tradition by honoring veterans from Lenoir Woods Senior Living.
A mural painted by a black soldier and artist during World War II is going to be restored with the help of MU professors.