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No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Despite a forecast that included some light showers, Earth Day participants gathered Sunday for food, music and information on how to live green.
Columbia's 2018 Earth Day Celebration had excellent turnout despite early rain and cool temperatures throughout the day.
Rowland was serving a five-year probation sentence after fatally stabbing his wife, Betty Rowland, in October 2014.
The New Jersey native and former marine has walked over 8,000 miles to raise awareness for cancer. His current trip from Kansas City to St. Louis is dedicated to a three-year-old with an inoperable form of cancer.
Ticket proceeds from the event are donated to the Central Missouri Honor Flight.
At the Unbound Book Festival Friday, Zadie Smith delivered a deeply humanistic message that was sometimes at odds with mainstream ideas.
The case, filed by former community improvement district resident Jennifer Henderson, has been in legal limbo for more than two years.
Two speakers will give voice to the Palestinian perspective of conflict in the Gaza Strip on April 24. A documentary will also be shown.
Hundreds of tickets have been sold for the event, which raises money to keep tuition low.
The case will provide further definition to employee rights under the Missouri constitution. It's unclear when Judge Jeff Harris will announce his decision.
A panel composed of psychologists, students and faculty spoke on the unique challenges many international students face, such as adjusting to a new culture and racism.
The road between South Garth and Edgewood avenues will be closed for 24 hours.
The court has set Kevin Buckner's bail at $160,500.
Each year, a group of third-year medical students at MU do a community-based project that helps people living in a rural area with a specific health issue. This year, student projects include raising awareness of the dangers of sun exposure
It took the U.S. nearly 14 years to re-enter a burgeoning beef market in China, but looming tariffs have cattle experts concerned about their recovery in the world's second largest economy.
The Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to build a residential care facility near U.S. 63 and Jenne Hill Townhomes.
The Earth Day Coalition will host a series of educational workshops, a 5K run and over 200 community booths.
Topping out marks a milestone in the hospital's construction process, when the last beam is placed on the building. The hospital is scheduled to open in October.
Lenae's performance is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 for MU students with a valid student ID and $10 for the general public.