The Columbia Missourian - Local News Sun Feb 25 6:17 AM
Beck to focus on family and farm after nearly 60 years in governance
The former Columbia city manager has retired from his adviser role with the International City Managers Association.
Feb 24 12:00PM Local News

11 things to do this weekend
There's lots of stuff to do in Columbia this weekend, including a new experience downtown for people planning a wedding.
Feb 23 11:00PM Local News

Osama Yanis and son detained as "dangers to society
Judge Willie J. Epps Jr. decided the men's previous run-ins with law enforcement were enough reason to detain them.
Feb 23 6:40PM Local News

Statements pour in on indictment of Gov. Greitens
The Republican Governors Association says Greitens has stepped down from its executive committee, and the firm representing the former husband of the woman with whom the governor admitted having an affair says his client would like never to hear Greitens'
Feb 23 5:56PM Local News

One of the last Tuskegee Airmen speaks at Black History Month event
James Shipley was a mechanic for the Tuskegee Airmen. He served in Italy during World War II.
Feb 23 4:00AM Local News

Missourian sues Howard County coroner over inquest documents
A Howard County judge ruled the transcript from an inquest into Kenneth Suttner's death is public, but the county coroner has declined to provide it.
Feb 23 12:00AM Local News

MU Confucius Institute to host Chinese New Year Showcase Friday
The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday in the Missouri Theatre.
Feb 22 11:15PM Local News

What people have been saying about Gov. Eric Greitens on Twitter
There wasn't much love for the governor on Twitter after news of his indictment broke.
Feb 22 10:52PM Local News

Stalking charges against former councilman dismissed
An assistant prosecutor said the case was dropped against Daryl Dudley after conversations with the alleged victim and Dudley's attorney.
Feb 22 10:15PM Local News

Court documents argue Osama Yanis and his son are flight risks
An FBI special agent's affidavit also details the series of alleged events that led to their drug-trafficking arrests Monday.
Feb 22 10:00PM Local News

Pharmacists' role in reducing opioid misuse highlighted at 'STLCOP Talks
Three St. Louis College of Pharmacy faculty presented their medication-related research Wednesday. They discussed opioids, medication-saving behavior and outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy.
Feb 22 4:15AM Local News

Hudson Hawk brings new barber shop to Columbia
Thad Forrester and Paul Catlett waited for the right time to expand their barbershop to Columbia; they found it last year.
Feb 22 3:00AM Local News

Hudson Hawk brings new barbershop to Columbia
Thad Forrester and Paul Catlett waited for the right time to expand their barbershop to Columbia; they found it last year.
Feb 22 3:00AM Local News

Columbia Public Schools to have late start Thursday
Columbia Public Schools will have a 2-hour delayed start Thursday.
Feb 22 2:00AM Local News

Winter weather advisory calls for more freezing rain
The National Weather Service advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. Wednesday through noon Thursday.
Feb 21 3:12PM Local News

Three injured in crash on I-70 Tuesday night
A driver trying to avoid a previous crash hit a concrete wall and then was struck by a tractor-trailer.
Feb 21 3:05PM Local News

Economic conference highlights need for workers in middle-skilled jobs
At an event Tuesday evening, the Columbia Chamber of Commerce hosted discussions with Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Peter Stiepleman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Director Caitlin Codella and Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development Rob Dixon.
Feb 21 4:30AM Local News

Columbia Public Schools to start late Wednesday due to poor weather
A winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service called for ice accumulation from freezing rain to reach up to one-tenth of an inch overnight Tuesday.
Feb 21 3:30AM Local News

Parts of Eighth Street to be closed Wednesday night, Thursday morning
Columbia Water and Light will be repairing water valves under Eighth Street between Broadway and Cherry beginning 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Feb 21 1:19AM Local News

Feds charge Coffee Zone's Yanis, his son with marijuana crimes
Osama Nadir Yanis and his son were arrested after law enforcement allegedly found over 100 pounds of marijuana in two shipments to Yanis' address.
Feb 20 11:45PM Local News