According to a September report released by MOSourceLink, the number of jobs created by Missouri tech startups has steadily increased since 2014.
Mike Szydlowski is saving the data he's produced since March 12 and plans to make a digital book for students and the public.
The 1.1-mile trail is expected to cost $1.2 million and would include a bridge over the creek.
Brian Weimer, major of operations with the department, will serve as interim chief effective Aug. 3.
The 15-minute show was engineered to be visible to more than 40,000 households.
A shooting early Sunday in east Columbia killed two, ages 11 and 38, and injured three.
Residents of the Russell Boulevard neighborhood participated in the 9th Annual Children’s Parade Saturday, which went north on Russell Boulevard, from Russell Boulevard Elementary School to Sappington Drive.
A rally against the proposed mask mandate is planned for 5 p.m. Monday outside city hall.
"A March for Black Lives" took a faith-based approach to protesting in downtown Columbia.
Five public comments regarding police reform and institutional racism are scheduled for Monday's meeting.
Customers can now get food and drink and relax in an outdoor seating area at the Pierpont Café and Bar. The new additions at the Pierpont General Store opened Friday.
Local residents joined the rally Saturday to honor veterans and support law enforcement officers.
The event will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Stephens Lake Park amphitheater.
About 50 volunteers raised 497 flags Thursday for the annual Avenue of Flags at the Centralia City Cemetery, according to a news release.
The Columbia/Boone County Health Department isn't able to meet its contact tracing goals.
Because of the number of people who were in both businesses, complete contact tracing isn't possible.
The mayor made his case for a mandatory mask ordinance Thursday morning, the same day the county saw 39 new COVID-19 cases.
Dogs may respond to July 4 celebrations with barking, whimpering, shaking or bolting in fear from their homes.
It took Boone County just eight days to go from 301 COVID-19 cases to 400. The 39 new cases Thursday are a new daily high.
The Columbia company manufactures virtual stress-relieving products that consumers can wear.
People who were at the bar on June 22-25 should monitor themselves for symptoms, the Health Department said.
The ordinance needs a favorable vote from six out of the seven City Council members Monday to go into effect.