The apartment complex responded to complaints about excessive bills by citing a cold winter and higher utility rates as the cause of more expensive utilities during the December billing cycle.
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COLT received an $80,000 grant from the state, and the city will chip in $20,000 to install a new rail-car ramp so COLT can accept shipments of cars and trucks by train.
Ben Lee, a representative of his family's company based in Joplin, goes from town to town sounding out the integrity of wooden utility poles.
Missouri Task Force 1 personnel returned home Monday after spending 11 days in the Southeast providing aid to those affected by Hurricane Matthew.
The Rock Quarry Road Scenic Roadway Stakeholder Advisory Group is talking with staff in the Water and Light Department about long-term management of the scenic lane.
The SolSmart program strives to help Columbia and other cities increase their use of solar power.
Overall satisfaction with city services fell from 81 percent in 2014 to 77 percent in 2015, but satisfaction levels varied widely across specific services provided by different departments.
Over 600 customers lost power across Boone County Wednesday morning as thunderstorms passed through the area.
Over a thousand homes in southwest Columbia lost power Tuesday afternoon as temperatures reached the mid-90s. Over 1,000 customers in a similar area lost power for almost two hours on late Sunday night.
Five water main lines broke Thursday night. Columbia Water and Light was investigating the cause but said a combination of factors contributed to the breaks and the age of pipes and hot weather could be factors.