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Jahmal and Jordan Dixon draw their names in chalk at the Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza in Douglass Park on Saturday.
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The group petitioning to stop the construction of a student-housing project responded Thursday to the project developer's threat of legal action if the petition reaches the Columbia City Council.
MU police made an arrest Thursday in connection with two thefts from parked vehicles, the latest of which took place near MU's Hitt Street Garage.
Jon DuCharme, a son of the owner of Lakota Coffee Co., 24 S. Ninth St., places a ladder before wiping off debris from vandalism that occurred early Friday morning.
The Boone County Fire Protection District released its spending proposal Thursday for the $14 million raised by the bond issue.
Beer signs light the bar at Willies, as students drink, dance and socialize in Columbia, Mo., on Saturday, Sept.
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A lawyer representing Opus Development Co. has threatened legal action if a petition designed to halt the construction of a student-housing project is presented to Columbia City Council.
The first search took place at 10 Austin Avenue in Columbia. Deputies found evidence of meth use in the home.
Columbia Public Works has partnered with Rain Water Solutions for the second year to offer residents half-priced rain barrels.
Josh is a 2016 recruit with a Mizzou offer. Daniel Imatorbhebhe, a three-star tight end from Suwanee's North Gwinnett high school, announced his Mizzou commitment last night.
A central Missouri county has hired four attorneys to help defend itself and three employees named in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a man whose murder conviction was overturned after he served nearly a decade behind bars.
Columbia City Council might have to reconsider a downtown student-housing development agreement after a petition filed by Columbia residents received 3,632 signatures.
Ashland's city officials hope the 11-mile natural gas pipeline being constructed along U.S. 63 will not only serve its existing residents but also draw more development to the burgeoning town.
I just love the way our conservative friends dress up and name a bill to sound like it is something good.