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New chancellor seeks to protect the MU brand
Below it, the university's new chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, was holding court, teaching a group of students the newest campus fashion trend - how to tie a bow tie.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Columbia children experiment with fun at Science Sleuth
As he surveyed the multicolored plastic pieces in front of him, he said, "OK, I have an idea."
Columbia College softball sweeps second doubleheader in two days
The Columbia College softball team swept its second doubleheader in two days Saturday, defeating Lyon College 13-5 and 6-1.
Softball to Play Doubleheader Saturday at Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Due to the threat inclement weather Sunday in Columbia, Mo., Kentucky and Missouri will play a doubleheader Saturday, starting at 3 p.m. ET at University Field.
Dear Reader: Kurt Schaefer's bill adds some heft to state's Sunshine Law
Yep, that's right. The land of the free clocked in 46th on the index. Countries ranked higher include Ghana, El Salvador and Estonia.
Ryan Ferguson files $100 million lawsuit
Ryan Ferguson's lawyer has filed a $100 million lawsuit against 13 defendants, including City of Columbia, Missouri , the Columbia Police Department and Boone County, resulting from his wrongful conviction for the November 2001 murder of Kent Heitholt.
Sheriff's deputies make arrest on suspicion of drug distribution
A 30-year-old Columbia woman was arrested by Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies Friday on suspicion of drug distribution.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Parents gather signatures to relocate University Village day care
Rachel Winograd, left, holds her eight-week-old son, James Stahlheber, while parents Kimberly Bodner and Christopher Engelhardt stand behind and help Friday at Speakers Circle.
Missouri commission approves housing tax credits
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A Missouri commission has approved tax credits to build low-income housing after delaying their issuance last year.
Police respond to shots fired in north Columbia
Police recovered shell casings after responding to reports of gunfire in north Columbia.
Columbia Fire Department Awarded Grant for Fire Safety Education
The Columbia Fire Department has received a $526.00 fire prevention grant from FM Global, one of the world's largest commercial property insurers.
Leaders chose new superintendent at Columbia Public Schools
On Friday officials at Columbia Public Schools announced they have selected a new leader.
McMillen brothers combine artistic talents for Columbia business
Justin McMillen works on a marble in his workshop that he shares with his brother, Adam McMillen, on Sunday, Feb. 16. Justin McMillen sells his glasswork on Etsy and also works as a carpenter.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Columbia police make arrest in Ultra Mart shooting case
Police have arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the March 10 shooting at Ultra Mart, and police expect to arrest others, according to a news release.
Harpo's to collect money in firefighter's boots in honor of Lt. Bruce Britt
Harpo's is encouraging customers to drop donations into the boots, an effort to honor Lt.
Air Service Revenue Guarantee fund untapped for 12th straight months
The City of Columbia announced today that the Air Service Revenue Guarantee fund was invoiced $0 dollars for February 2014.
2014 March 13
The University of Missouri says it will demolish an apartment complex where a Columbia firefighter died Feb. 22 when a walkway collapsed.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Columbia man arrested on two counts of stealing, three counts of assault
A Columbia man was arrested Tuesday on multiple charges stretching back to January, according to Columbia Police spokeswoman Latisha Stroer.