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The School of Medicine is looking to recruit 40 research-intensive faculty members over the next five years.
The fifth suspect was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Georgia.
JUUL, a newly popular e-cigarette, will be discussed at the forum.
Improper dosing of dogs and cats can cause symptoms including muscle tremors and seizures, the FDA said.
The Columbia Parks and Recreation Commission approved the name on Thursday night, which was chosen from three finalists.
The company will provide up to $1,000 to youth groups that participate.
The new building will provide much needed office space for Boone County Family Resources.
Taylor Burks is on the hunt for up to 150 more poll workers than he had for the August primary.
Planned Parenthood is asking a federal judge to prevent the restrictions from taking place.
Whatever you do, don't touch the water it could make you sick.
Cub Scout Pack 58 now has 73 members, and 13 of them are girls.
The main concerns people had were regarding making sidewalks safe, especially for people with disabilities. Others said Columbia should give Bird a chance.
Hoagenson, a Democrat, is running to unseat 4th Congressional District incumbent Vicky Hartzler, R-Columbia.
The state auditor, up for reelection in November, said anonymous donations are problematic and that fighting dark money is one of her priorities as state auditor.
Commissioners plan to issue a request for proposals from those who might want to lease the property for 50 or 100 years.
Halfway through their deployment, Missouri Task Force 1 members have rescued a total of 216 people and 20 pets.
The program that pairs incoming Hickman freshmen with city employees for shadowing opportunities was honored with the 2018 MML Innovation Award.
Families of all sworn, full-time officers across all law enforcement agencies in Boone County will now be covered by the Officer Down Fund, once only available to Columbia police officers.
Flu shots are now available without appointment from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.
After two students died within just eight days of each other, Fairview Elementary School has brought in additional counselors to help support grieving students, staff and families.