Bird's scooters may be gone from Columbia's streets, but a new option will be arriving soon.
There were more homicides in September than in the rest of 2019 combined, and the trend has continued into October.
Mizzou Democrats, Mizzou College Republicans hold joint meeting over gun reform after September shootings
Gun reform is a hot topic in Columbia after a six-shooting September. Mizzou Democrats and Mizzou College Republicans held a joint meeting to discuss potential gun reform.
Bird has implemented fees for illegal parking, raised prices for rides and put slow zones in place on the MU campus.
The march hoped to raise awareness about equality, activism, unity and environmental issues in the community.
Local high school students, college students, parents and others from the Columbia community marched from Francis Quadrangle to the Boone County Courthouse on Saturday.
Panelists addressed community members’ questions and discussed legislation to be changed, voted against or initiated in order to protect civil liberties regarding reproductive rights, discrimination and other issues.
The march and rally featured six speakers and two musical performances.
Celebrate sexual health responsibility week by getting checked.
Adjunct journalism professor Carl Kenney: “The real emphasis of this project (is) to create opportunities for those who need it.”
Commission Chairman Scott Dean feels that issues of racism and diversity on campus are Columbia’s issues, too.
Over fifteen thousand lives were saved and 223,009 pounds of food were donated.
A petition to keep Megabus operating in Columbia has gotten over 700 signatures.
Columbia has only the sixth largest population in the state, but it consistently has one of the busiest DMV license offices in the whole state.
“The dining rooms are going to be pretty much the same, but there are going to be more of them,” Shakespeare’s owner Kurt Mirtsching said. “It’s going to be the same bricks and the same ceiling in much of it.”
CPD will close more roads this year because of confusion over traffic lights and illegal parking.
Columbia cuts costs and adds revenue with new, environmentally friendly changes including electric buses.
Chancellor Loftin was called to testify on behalf of the MU hospital and their possible misuse of public funds.
“Really what we’re asking is for the local traffic to avoid that area for the next year so we don’t have problems,” said Chip Jones, Missouri Department of Transportation project manager.
The post has since been removed and the Columbia Police Officer’s Association said it was misinterpreted.