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4 hrs ago | Missourian
Columbia residents who park on main roads during the winter may soon need to find somewhere else to park.
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Should states get to ban abortion?
4 hrs ago | Missourian
Lynda Jo Evers, retired nurse and longtime Columbia resident, died at her home in northeast Columbia on Sunday, December 8, after a long illness.
8 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis
A Columbia police detective is taking a fresh look at a journalist's 2001 slaying after one of two men originally convicted of murder was freed after his case was overturned.
17 hrs ago | Missourian
An incident of gang-related violence in what's considered a "safe" area of Columbia leads to a public outcry, which leads to calls for more police on the street or security cameras or a curfew.
Just before noon Sunday, slick conditions on I-44 near Waynesville led to a series of chain-reaction crashes that damaged more than a dozen cars.
At 2:33 p.m., police officers responded to a disturbance on the 2900 block of Lawnridge Court after receiving reports of shots fired inside and outside an apartment building.
In July, Brady Deaton and R. Bowen Loftin were among 165 university chancellors and presidents representing all 50 states to address a letter to President Barack Obama and Congress asking that our national leaders improve funding to institutions of higher learning.
The Columbia College men's basketball team remained unbeaten with an 83-61 road win at Harris-Stowe State University on Saturday.
The city of Columbia celebrated the leasing of all of the retail spaces in the Fifth and Walnut parking garage with a ribbon cutting ceremony and an open house Friday.
MFA ACQUIRES NO. CAROLINA PROPANE COMPANY Dec. 6, 2013 BrownfieldAgNews reports: MFA Oil Company has acquired Smoky Mountain Propane, which is based in North Carolina.
The Missouri House voted 127-20 Friday to approve an incentive package to attract a Boeing assembly plant to the state.
At 11:59 a.m. Thursday, a colorful array of puffer jackets and pea coats spilled out of a white van and into a parking lot off Business Loop 70. Armed with protest signs, seven people made their way to a tuft of grass in front of a Burger King.
As a business owner, it's extremely satisfying and a great honor to be recognized by Inc.com for the 2013 Hire Power Award, which features the country's top job creators.
During the University of Missouri Board of Curators' two-day meeting at the University of Missouri-St.
To estimate the area of Antarctica, 15-year-old students taking the Program for International Student Assessment test are given a map and a kilometer scale.