The chief financial officer of Boone Electric Cooperative said the city isn't spending taxpayers' money as wisely as it could.
Death notices for Dorothy Yoder, Allen Hoefelman and Kevin Crane.
The president of the Parkade Neighborhood Association says the only way to change government is to get involved.
The Parkade neighborhood resident and interim director of Phoenix Health Programs says idealism must be balanced with pragmatism.
Candidates talked about learning from previous First Ward council members and staying in touch with the people of the First Ward.
Willie Nelson spent some time talking about family farming with people from the Missouri Rural Crisis Center before his Columbia concert on Monday evening.
Columbia has averaged a drop of 1.88 megawatts since 2008, with maximum electricity reduction at 2.5 megawatts in 2011. Most areas of the city participated, with the greatest reduction shown in western Columbia.
Lt. Bruce Britt’s wife, Leigh, and their daughter, Stormy, plan to accept the award on his behalf.
Riback Supply Co. has 18 locations — 17 in Missouri and one in Kansas. Plumb Supply has 18 locations in Iowa.
Columbia voters will choose three new Columbia City Council representatives and elect leadership for the Columbia School Board in the April 7 General Election.
Members from seven downtown Columbia churches hold service in the middle of Ninth Street and Broadway on Sunday to start the Christian celebration of Holy Week.
This week's photo roundup follows our photographers from downtown Columbia to Paris, Missouri, as they tell stories with images and capture the moments we would otherwise have missed.
The results of the upcoming April 7 election could drastically alter the dynamic of the Columbia City Council and the debate over a potential ban on plastic bags. Of the thirteen candidates, many support the ban for environmental and economic reasons, others believe city council should not be involved in private enterprise.
The ranking member of the Senate Special Committee on Aging will hold eight events throughout the state this week, including one in Columbia.
Nikhil Krishnan, a seventh-grader from Fenton, beat out hundreds of fellow Missouri students to earn a trip to Washington, D.C., in May for the National Geographic Bee championship.
Some candidates support putting the issue on a citywide ballot, others suggest a statewide vote is needed.
Haohan Hu, 21, is charged with unlawful use of a weapon, felonious restraint, and misdemeanor domestic assault.
Former Columbia police officer Rob Sanders said the appeal was expected but that he and his attorney expect to prevail.
If you know where to look, there are still places in the Armory Sports and Recreation Center that hark back to its original use by the National Guard.
The Reynolds Journalism Institute spokesman who grew up in Columbia's Sharp End says the city must improve its relationship with central-city residents.