The Columbia Missourian - Local News
Volunteers explore Columbia, experience nature as they clean up the outdoors
The Columbia Crawdads Stream Team spent their morning near Bear Creek, picking up trash from the trail and stream.
Jul 14 8:30PM Local News

Baseball team raises money to help others walk
Mobility Worldwide provides wooden carts with hand cranks to people around the world who are unable to walk.
Jul 14 12:40AM Local News

Missouri elk season could start as soon as 2020
The Department of Conservation will begin seeking public input in coming months to figure out permitting and hunting rules.
Jul 14 12:00AM Local News

Missouri River Relief selects new executive editor
Steve Schnarr, an employee since 2006, will take over current director Jeff Barrow's role on Aug. 1.
Jul 13 11:30PM Local News

Missouri River Relief selects new executive director
Steve Schnarr, an employee since 2006, will take over current director Jeff Barrow's role on Aug. 1.
Jul 13 11:30PM Local News

Democrats discuss how to beat Hartzler
Primary candidates Renee Hoagenson and Hallie Thompson, both vying for the 4th District U.S. congressional seat, emphasized commitment to the campaign and community, respectively.
Jul 13 11:15PM Local News

Various roadwork projects slated for mid-Missouri counties
Over the next two weeks, several projects will cause lane closures and delays, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Jul 13 10:00PM Local News

Man injured after 15-foot fall
Witnesses said the man was sleeping on a wall shortly before the fall.
Jul 13 9:50PM Local News

World Cup: Local fans express excitement on Twitter
World Cup fans around Columbia have been reacting to this years' exciting tournament on Twitter.
Jul 13 9:45PM Local News

James Graves was a quiet Marine who loved sports, family
Mr. Graves was both a World War II and Korean War veteran, and he fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Jul 13 9:00PM Local News

Boil water advisories issued for northwest Columbia and Hartsburg residents
Residents should boil their water for three minutes before using it for cooking and drinking. The advisory will be in place until noon Monday.
Jul 13 8:45PM Local News

Boil water advisories issued for northwest Columbia and Hartsburg
Residents should boil their water for three minutes before using it for cooking and drinking. The advisory will be in place until noon Monday.
Jul 13 8:45PM Local News

Tina the Turkey dies after being struck by car
Tina the Turkey became a local celebrity for stopping traffic and evading the law.
Jul 13 5:30PM Local News

Columbia budget message scheduled for Friday
Residents will be able to comment on the proposed budget at City Council meetings on Aug. 20, Sept. 4 and Sept.
Jul 13 4:17PM Local News

City Council scheduled to settle East Campus dispute Monday
Some landlords in the East Campus neighborhood want to start their own neighborhood association.
Jul 13 4:01PM Local News

10 Things to do in mid-Missouri this weekend
This weekend's events include metal at The Blue Note and rocks at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park.
Jul 13 1:00AM Local News

Fire damages McBaine Avenue home Thursday afternoon
The fire started in the backyard and spread to the house. No one was injured.
Jul 12 11:15PM Local News

Boone County Fair kicking off soon
The fair will be held at the Sturgeon Fairgrounds in Sturgeon.
Jul 12 11:03PM Local News

Heat advisory in effect until Saturday evening
Heat index values could reach up to 104 degrees and temperatures were expected to reach the upper 90s.
Jul 12 3:30PM Local News

Hunt Avenue undergoing another transformation
Several older but tiny homes along the short street in west-central Columbia have been razed to make way for new, energy-efficient houses.
Jul 12 3:00AM Local News