The University of Missouri has a new dean of its law school after a search that began last summer.
A decrease in the percent of Missourians who are unemployed has led to the cancellation of the extended benefits unemployment program.
The City of Columbia Public Works Department recently decided to end the trial period for multi-space parking meters on Ninth Street from between Broadway and Locust.
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Last Saturday was the first day of a new bus route that takes passengers from the University of Missouri Student Center to the Columbia Farmers Market.
Missourians are no longer eligible for the Extended Benefit (EB) unemployment program because the States unemployment rate has dropped.
The jobless rate for veterans remains high, but a Missouri program is making inroads in changing that.
Columbia public schools are $7.5 million dollars richer after voters approved a 40-cent tax levy in Tuesday’s election.
Joplin residents are getting an extra layer of security in storms thanks to their approval last week of a $62 million school bond issue.
April means spring cleaning for many Columbia residents. To the city of Columbia, that means lots of hazardous waste.