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.
The Columbia Public Works Department announced a special pickup for storm debris to take place July 19.
The fire started behind a basement shower and caused around $5,000 in damage.
The two drop-off locations are at 1005 W. Worley St. and 909 Fairview Road. The program came about after people complained about food spoiling as a result of storm-related power outages.
The vaccine requirement — already in place on all University of Missouri System campuses — takes effect next summer.
A Boonville woman carried on the tradition she and her late husband kept for 30 years — having dinner at a Columbia Red Lobster on their anniversary. She didn't have to pay a dime.
Two city advisory boards voted Thursday to stop pushing proposed amendments for growing marijuana forward.
Twelve unique tigers painted by mid-Missouri artists were unveiled Friday at Columbia Mall. People can vote for their favorite tiger by donating to the tiger's charity online until Oct. 3.
Columbia Water and Light reported zero total power outages in the Columbia area as of Friday afternoon. Any customers without power should call 875-2555.
A procession of Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation members marched to the Columbia offices of Sens. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., to voice their concerns about violence in the Middle East.
Columbia Water and Light spokeswoman Connie Kacprowicz said that the areas still without power were those where downed power lines and tree debris made accessibility difficult for utility workers.
The not-so-secret sale of Richard King's The Blue Note broke on Wednesday. Public response was mostly positive, though a few felt the sale was bittersweet.
A news release from the Columbia Fire Department said the 77-year-old man's injuries were not life-threatening.
The grant comes from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The funding began July 1 and will continue for a year.
The MU Department of Theatre is putting on its annual summer repertory season, featuring two full-stage plays directed by Cheryl Black and Jim Miller as well as two productions of David Crespy's "Comedies-in-Concert" series.
The free monthly concert series held at the Stephens Lake Park Amphitheater on Thursday featured trumpet and xylophone solos.
Hickman High School football coach Arnel Monroe held practice Wednesday night, according to Columbia Public Schools spokeswoman Michelle Baumstark.
The Historic Preservation Commission will host Twilight Walks, which begin July 31.