Public input on plans to double the size of the Columbia Sports Fieldhouse was gathered at a Tuesday forum.
Cannabis dispensaries in Columbia city limits were allowed to sell recreational marijuana for the first time Tuesday.
Harlan, who recently celebrated his 11th birthday, suffered a stroke and was put down Tuesday.
Low-income residents beginning in March will have 21 extra days to pay their bills before being charged late fees.
Neighbors urged the City Council to deny the settlement that could lead to replatting three lots on University Avenue.
The Voluntary Action Center has reached an agreement with property owners to the north who initially opposed the shelter.
The council also updated the Unified Development Code in relation to comprehensive marijuana facilities.
Gutiérrez Pérez called for a change to the model of the CPRB.
The True Life Fund will benefit the subject of "Bad Press," indigenous journalist Angel Ellis.
Mahoney pled guilty to seven charges after his construction company accepted payment for projects that were never completed.
The proposal established a new set of guidelines for sugar and sodium content in school meals.
Leonard Peltier is a Native American man convicted of killing two FBI agents in 1975, but has since argued his innocence.
Check out some Valentine's Day events and activities in Columbia for all ages and budgets.
An online survey is available to share ideas for how to spend $1.6 million from HUD.
The show, which honors Black History Month, runs through February 26.
Sunday stayed consistently in the upper 50s, with a slight breeze and sunny sky.
Pizza fans and former employees shared Shakespeare's memories at Saturday's gathering.
Moberly Area Community College is promoting its Career and Technical Education program throughout the month of February.
The event, sponsored by True/False, involved a partnership with 33 local shops to promote the festival and businesses.
The council will also look at licensing and zoning rules for marijuana-related businesses.
The percentage of area job seekers who haven't found work was the second-lowest in the country in December.
Approved licensed dispensaries can now sell up to 3 ounces of marijuana to adults in a single transaction.