The early morning incidents occurred around 701 Big Bear Blvd., 716 Business Loop E. and the 1400 block of Avatar Court.
After Tuesday's fire destroyed their home, the Ewings managed to salvage precious items.
The results, released Wednesday, are from the first Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education survey conducted at MU.
Scott May, 57, was charged with first-degree promoting child pornography and felony possession of child pornography Thursday after an investigation that began in May.
Brady Deaton will receive a 2014 Missourian Award on Sept. 27. The award is given to Missouri citizens who have made contributions to their community and the state's vitality.
The Heart of Missouri United Way distributed funds for projects at 10 local agencies addressing affordable housing, homelessness, food security and domestic violence.
Local Jewish organizations will host an event Sunday evening supporting Israel in its current conflict.
The couple are planning a May 24, 2015, wedding at Peace Lutheran Church in Washington, Missouri.
Groups such as Love INC, MedZou Community Health Clinic, veterans organizations, housing services and the Daniel Boone Regional Library were on site to provide assistance and information about their free services.
Three deputies are running to replace their retiring boss in the Boone County Recorder of Deeds Office. Instead of conflict, the office is filled with laughter and friendship.
City officials have approved Opus' plans to demolish three buildings downtown and replace them with a six-story, 260-bed apartment complex. A petition against the development was certified.
Boone County Sheriff's deputies now consider Charles Bell's 2011 death a homicide investigation.
A group of farmers gathered at the Missouri Rural Crisis Center to protest Amendment 1 on Tuesday's ballot.
Members of Winn's Orphaned Writers have met on Tuesday mornings for six years. They gather to share their writings, encourage one another, preserve the past and provide companionship.
A chase followed after reports that shots had been fired on the 4500 block of Rice Road.
The celebration will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the MU Student Center. The new bus system begins operating Monday.
John Wright, D-Rocheport, held a town hall meeting in Columbia on Wednesday night, proposing solutions for ending the influence that lobbyists have in the Missouri legislature.
Columbia and Boone County governments opt out of the 'holiday' on state sales tax.
Columbia's Yoruba cultural association will be celebrating its 15th anniversary this Saturday evening. The event will include drum music, a fashion show and a guest speaker from Nigeria.
Free vaccines will be administered on Saturday morning at the health department clinic at 1005 W. Worley St.