The public van virtually walk through the show to see a range of works and learn about the MU students who created them.
A state decision denying tax credits for new public housing is prompting the appeal to the city.
The lure of a future payout — an unknown result — kept people playing, and that's what made it illegal, a judge wrote.
The crash happened near the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Providence Road around 3 a.m.
The juvenile passenger of the car was taken into custody by police.
The young man, who is not identified in court documents, turns 21 on Sunday and can’t feed or care for himself.
If you were worried about the tree following its lightning strike, do not fear. Experts expect it to live another 100 years.
The Missourian visuals team was inspired by the poetry of Grace Gomez-Palacio, a Columbia poet.
Four candidates for two council seats addressed clean energy, public transit and city trash services.
Pay your past-due utility bill as soon as possible to avoid being disconnected.
A decrease in demand closes testing site on weekends.
MU plans to hold in-person commencement over time: two weekends in May for 2021 graduates and one in April for 2020 grads.
The facility will employ 251 people at an average salary of nearly $53,000 per year. It is projected to open in 2022.
The one-person-show depicts historical figures Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis and Joe Glaser.
Programs have topics ranging from the historic McBaine bur oak to invasive wildlife.
Ropp comes to the position with 17 years of experience in finance.
"He paved the way for people who look like me," MU senior Maya Puller said of Kirklin, a renowned plant expert.
As public health officials assure the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, they will have to heal centuries old wounds.
In a webinar for Black History Month, the library recognized the first Black man to ride in the American Royal Horse Show.
Matt Fleming will take over for Larry Potterfield at the shooting sports and outdoor accessories supplier.
The person was in the 80+ age group.
Columbia residents poured outdoors as temperatures rose to 67 degrees Tuesday in Columbia. After a frigid week full of snow and ice, Columbia residents were eager to get back outside. Temperatures are forecast to stay above 45 for the rest of the week.