Since the storm began Thursday evening, the temperature has cooled down to around 34 degrees during the day on Friday in Columbia according to previous Missourian reporting. Snowfall accumulation is expected to be totaled between 4-7 inches according to KOMU/NBC. Both Columbia Public Schools…
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Adapted Sports Department hosted its third annual "Say Yes to the Dress" event Saturday at the Activity and Recreation Center. The event was organized for individuals with disabilities to find a dress for the Night To Shine dance in February. People from aro…
The Cultural Association of India hosted its fifth-annual India Day event, a blend of academia and celebration.
Snowfall of 4 to 6 inches left most officials and residents coping with difficult road conditions.
The new music building that opened Monday in downtown Columbia started with a $10 million donation from Jeanne Sinquefield.
Gwendolyn Elizabeth Boyd served as the keynote speaker at MU's annual commemorative event for MLK.
Seven medical marijuana licenses were awarded to Columbia businesses, while 42 applications from Columbia were denied.
Canvas officially introduces a new feature to select gender pronouns that appear after an individual's name.
Low-income families have the opportunity to receive refurbished computers through the Homes for Computers program.
The event will celebrate the members of the Indian community at MU, students and staff alike.
The sixth annual Callaway Cup Mouse Races will raise money for a pediatric cancer foundation.
The public will be invited to learn about plans that are in the works and the details for the Flat Branch Park expansion.
Columbia Public Schools closed for Friday ahead of the storm; MU closed after first announcing a delay.
Lehrer, B.J. '56, was the co-founder of PBS NewsHour and a broadcast journalist who covered historic U.S. news for decades.
Gov. Mike Parson called EquipmentShare's announcement a "win-win story" for the state.
The MU Student Center location is combining with Mizzou Pharmacy-Hitt Street to centralize their on-campus presence.
The hotel, which is planned to be six stories tall, is owned by Jonathan Odle, co-owner of the Brookside apartments.
Having trouble finding tenants, owner Tom Kardon wants to rezone his property off North Providence to mixed-use neighborhood.
Tuesday night event at the ARC will allow community to discuss future of swimming programs in Columbia.
Elledge's attorney cited the substantial media coverage of his client as grounds to move the trial elsewhere.
A job fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 31 in the MU Student Center.
Around 150 investors, business owners and others attended the event Wednesday at the Country Club of Missouri.