After a request to move the date was denied, Elledge still set to face trial on murder charge Nov 1.
The call for Brian Yearwood's resignation came after a history teacher showed "This is America" by Childish Gambino in class.
The project will add an additional lane in each direction and wider shoulders, and it is set for completion in late 2024.
Stand-up comedian Greg Warren returns to Columbia on Friday to perform at The Blue Note.
COVID-19 cases have spiked in Columbia students ages 5-11, who are not eligible for the vaccine.
Boone County's new COVID-19 cases have been below 50 for the last three days.
There have been more reports of drugged drinks, at both a local and national level.
COVID-19 protocols, wrist bands, parking and more: A rundown of everything you need before the festival.
Local employers gathered at the Columbia Job Center job fair to find potential employees, but few applicants showed up.
People of any gender identity can be nominated for homecoming and courtwarming royalty at Hickman High School.
The farmers market also won No. 1 farmers market in the Midwest and Missouri.
Students at the place-based ag school were all smiles and giggles as they ran out to show off their favorite pumpkins.
MU Student Health and MU Health Care are hosting drive-through and on-campus flu shot clinics.
This vote clears the way for construction of phase one of Lakeside Ashland development.
June Pitchford has run uncontested for eight four-year terms as County Auditor.
The return of Bird scooters seems to have been taken in stride by the community.
Superintendent Dustin Fanning said the district request form is used to notify staff of plans to record, not stop recordings.
Gov. Parson lauded the success of monoclonal antibody treatment but said vaccines are the most effective COVID-19 defense
A spokesperson said the district will "choose the path of empathy and grace with regard to Rep. Basye's announcement."
Fourth Ward Councilperson Ian Thomas discussed using ARPA funds for a homeless center and a 24/7 behavioral services clinic.
Among the fields of tents, chuckwagons and craft booths, history came alive with sights and sounds from 19th-century activities.
Missouri is a one-party consent state, meaning any person may record someone’s voice without that person's permission.