MU is allowing current applicants from China to use a different testing method to prove English proficiency.
The sidewalk at 600 E. Walnut St. is expected to be closed from 7 a.m. Monday to 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Missouri officials are spending $3.6 million to purchase a new helicopter to help fight fires and monitor flooding.
Local Boy Scout leaders say they are organized separately from the national organization and do not expect impact.
According to Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, the bill would "protect the correspondence" between legislators and constituents.
Ashland police chief Lyn Woolford was placed on paid administrative leave last week.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Columbia portrait contest will run until Feb. 29 at U.S. Cellular stores in Columbia.
The Central Missouri Humane Society will become the new home of a variety of animals from Kansas City on Tuesday.
Suicide prevention and Bible classes in public schools were the center of Tuesday's K-12 education hearing.
Our readers responded to discussions about potential changes to the city's trash pick-up ordinance.
If Greitens does enter the governor's race, it will be a test of how quickly a politician can overcome scandal.
The sponsor said his proposal would ensure workers understand their rights. Opponents called the bill unnecessary.
"The historic black church is the cradle for my spiritual and intellectual being," Dawson said.
The Columbia Garden Coalition is hosting Spring Thaw to kick off the start of community gardening.
Basye's bill proposes stricter standards for local landlords.
Training is for individuals 16 or older and can provide the National Weather Service with real-time information on storms.
Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For put the Columbia mortgage lender at No. 17 and first among lenders.
Work is expected to be completed by 5 p.m. Wednesday.