Recent flooding has renewed decades-old concerns about the effectiveness of the levee system, a makeshift network of federal and locally owned barriers that has fallen into costly disrepair.
Columbia firefighters responded to the call and saved the person in under five minutes.
Around 50 cyclists gathered at Darwin and Axie Hindman Discovery Garden on Saturday to commemorate former Columbia mayor Darwin Hindman. The procession led to the Calvary Episcopal Church for Hindman’s funeral. Hindman was the longest-serving mayor of Columbia and is considered the father of…
"Human interaction was like oxygen to him, and if he could’ve actually breathed it, his lungs would’ve never let him down," Hindman's son Skip said during the service.
At the ground breaking ceremony for the 252,000 square foot medical complex , Sen. Roy Blunt called the NextGen Precision Health Initiative, "the future of healthcare."
Two hot air balloons lit up the sky on Friday evening in Fulton at the street fair.
The record, previously set in 1969 at 1.72 inches, comes as Missouri continues to fight the effects of flooding and tornados that have hit the state over the last couple of months.
Big Daddy's BBQ will be donating a percentage of that day's profits to Grade A Plus, which was founded in 2000. The restaurant will also be delivering preorders from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
The National Weather Services projects Columbia to get more rain Saturday night and into Sunday.
A severe thunderstorm swept through Columbia on Friday, leaving around 1,600 people without power for a short time.
The fire at Spencer's Crest Condominiums resulted in an estimated $250,000 in damages.
Missouri Marijuana Card will be expanding to St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield in early July.
Missouri Athletic Director Jim Sterk took a break during Missouri athletics' summer offseason to meet with assembled media on Thursday to discuss fan support and an update on MU's appeal to the NCAA.
Superintendent Peter Stiepleman raised the possibility of an ad-hoc committee to look at the work the district is doing around equity.
Her inspiration is her mom, and her platform is all about mentoring children. Simone Esters, an MU senior, talks about being crowned Miss Missouri and her hopes for what's next.
MU College of Agriculture and Jefferson Farm and Garden will host a festival this weekend to teach individuals about the role butterflies play in the ecosystem.
Over the objections of multiple residents, the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-3 in favor of rezoning a planned structure at Clark Lane and McKee Street for multifamily use during its meeting Thursday.
The Martins were among the last people in Red Cross shelters in mid-Missouri before the organization closed its last location Saturday. They might be without a permanent home for a good while longer.
At the UM System's quarterly research summit, experts met to present research on social, environmental and disaster resilience.
Cleanup began Tuesday after volunteers and employees waited three weeks for floodwaters to recede.
At a hearing Wednesday morning, 13th Circuit Court Judge Jodie Asel gave Columbia Public Schools and the Columbia teachers' union seven days to work out a new proposal.
The ride will go from Stephens Lake Park to Calvary Episcopal Church in time for the late mayor's memorial service Saturday.