About 50 people turned up to the event to pressure lawmakers to follow through on climate change promises.
"Any COVID admission in a child is one too many," a Columbia doctor said. "It's just worrisome that we're seeing this trend."
Roots N Blues returns this weekend, and there are a number of library events for the One Read.
In the wake of bathroom vandalism, students from Lange Middle School lend a helping hand to custodial staff
Recent Census data indicated racial and ethnic changes in Boone County that parallels the trend in United States as a whole.
In the wake of bathroom vandalism, students from Lange Middle School lent a helping hand to their custodial staff.
The release said officers located several victims with injuries who were eventually transported to local hospitals.
The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture hosted its 12th annual Harvest Hootenanny on Saturday at the MU Health Pavilion in Columbia. The event featured local food and music, and activities for the whole family including garden tours and children’s bingo.
Whether or not the council will discuss the American Rescue Plan Act funding at it's meeting Monday is unclear.
Treece hopes to focus his last six months in office to "leave Columbia on good footing."
A TikTok trend encouraging students to steal from bathrooms has prompted Columbia schools to take preventative measures
"This situation is completely new to all of us," a Battle softball coach said.
Anyone with information about an incident should contact the Office for Civil Rights & Title IX, MUPD or CPD.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed for class certification and a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit against the district.
The Missouri Veterans Commission will use the funds for health and safety initiatives and to complete a veterans cemetery.
The festival will take place Sept. 24-26 and requires a vaccine card or negative COVID-19 test for entry.
Ashland mayor insists development will go on; fire code issues will be worked out between the developer and the Fire District
With under half of its normal part-time staff, the Parks Department is working harder than ever to maintain Columbia parks.
Federal CARES funding for COVID-19 relief came to the city in three ways: directly, through the county and through the state.
Southern Boone Elementary School mandates masks any time over 15% of students or staff are out because of COVID-19.
City officials this week received federal guidelines on how to spend special funds to address homelessness.
Boone County's active COVID-19 cases still stand at over 600 but show a decrease since last week.