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Public Transit Advisory Commission recoils as City Council slashes its budget
A letter from the commission reprimands the city for devastating cuts, including ending service earlier in the night and ceasing some service entirely.
Mar 17 11:00AM Local News

County likely to award bid for long-awaited El Chaparral neighborhood construction
The county is looking to award the bid to Emery Sapp & Sons, said Melinda Bobbitt, director of purchasing for the county.
Mar 17 11:00AM Local News

Mayor Treece supports Muslim community after New Zealand tragedy
Mayor Brian Treece joined members of Columbia's Muslim community for the final dinner of the Muslim Student Organization's spring conference.
Mar 17 3:00AM Local News

New task force fights for $238 million Missouri River bridge near Rocheport
There could be six to eight-hour traffic delays if officials are forced to repair the bridge instead of replace it completely.
Mar 16 3:45PM Local News

County Commission and Glascock discuss changes to city economic plan
As part of its yearly renewal, the Commission and Glascock hope to create a new master plan outlining the economic assets of a community and the missions or goals needed to achieve sustainable economic growth.
Mar 15 10:00PM Local News

Giving Day raises $13.3 million as MU inches toward fundraising goal
MU's third Giving Day brought in 4,029 individual donations this week as the university continues to set record pace for fundraising in fiscal year 2019.
Mar 15 10:00PM Local News

Pottery embodies Missouri landscape and artist's faith
Eric Ordway's exhibit, titled "DOXA: Prayerful Pots," was scheduled on display at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery in the MU Fine Arts Building until Friday.
Mar 15 9:00PM Local News

The Birds are back. Spin scooters may be following close behind
The Columbia City Council will discuss an interim agreement with Skinny Labs Inc. to bring Spin scooters to the city at its regular meeting Monday night.
Mar 15 8:45PM Local News

School of Medicine Dean Patrice Delafontaine to leave MU
Delafontaine has held the position twice since his arrival at MU in 2014 and is leaving for a position at another institution, according to an MU news release.
Mar 15 5:58PM Local News

Fierce winds cause damage across mid-Missouri
Storms passing through the Midwest caused the strong winds in Missouri.
Mar 15 12:39PM Local News

Residents' questions left unanswered after informational wind farm dinner
Energy company E.ON wants to build a 30,000-acre wind farm. First, they're going to need some revised zoning laws.
Mar 15 11:00AM Local News

House bill could reverse controversial Missouri death penalty law
Current Missouri law says that if a jury cannot reach a unanimous decision during the sentencing phase of the trial, the decision falls to the judge. A new bill would change this.
Mar 15 12:45AM Local News

Grants for liquid grease storage offered for downtown restaurants
The program will match 50 percent of the cost for installation of a restaurant's new external system, or 75 percent of the cost of a new internal system.
Mar 14 10:48PM Local News

Police enforcement to increase for St. Patrick's Day Weekend
On Saturday and Sunday, police officers are expected to be out in force for the holiday, according to a department news release.
Mar 14 8:30PM Local News

Ashland man charged with stalking
He violated a protection order when he entered the backyard of a residence, police said.
Mar 14 7:30PM Local News

Big gusts and possible flooding: National Weather Service issues warnings
The weather service has issued a wind advisory until 7 p.m. Thursday in Boone County and a flood warning for the Missouri River in Jefferson City.
Mar 14 6:30PM Local News

A man was arrested for violating his bond condition: being on MU's campus
His initial bond has been set at $1,500, officials said.
Mar 14 5:15PM Local News

10 things to do this weekend in mid-Missouri
Whether you want to catch a show this weekend, go to a beer festival or head to the farmers market, mid-Missouri has you covered.
Mar 14 4:00PM Local News

Pedestrian struck by car on MU campus
Michael Brown, 23, is in fair condition according to a hospital spokesperson.
Mar 14 12:40PM Local News

Pothole repairs on Forum Boulevard planned Thursday to restrict lanes
The lane restriction was scheduled to start at 6 a.m. and could last throughout the day, Barry Dalton, Public Works Department spokesman, said.
Mar 13 11:19PM Local News