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City reveals plan to fight rising housing costs

The 2020-24 consolidated plan will be implemented over the next five years to combat the trend.

MU Law continues pro bono estate planning program

The program has the goal of helping people in the Columbia community in conjunction with training university law students.

Columbia City Council declares support for medical marijuana in Missouri

After voting unanimously in favor of a medical marijuana resolution, Columbia will begin lobbying with state legislators and supporting the New Approach Missouri initiative.

2018 Renewable Energy Report shows Columbia Water & Light meeting renewable energy goals

The renewable energy goals were established by a 2004 mandate that limits cost increases due to renewable source usage to 3 percent.

Representatives hold legislative forum, address higher education funding

Attendees discussed minimum wage, social media, tax plans and higher education funding.

LGBTQ support groups and organizations celebrate pride in Mid-Missouri

The Mid-Missouri PrideFest featured information booths and live performances from both local and national groups.

Frustrations arise for graduate students and seniors with attempts to buy parking passes

Gary Ward, vice chancellor of MU Operations, said MU P&TS is working with MSA, the Campus Parking & Transportation committee and others to resolve issues.

A piss-poor guide to the bathrooms of downtown CoMo

Urine for a treat here, folks.

Off-campus exercise spots to spice up your workout routine

Columbia has more to offer than MizzouRec.

Six restaurants every foodie should try in Columbia

Tired of eating the same old thing? These restaurants offer delicious and unique meals.

Nearby obscure destinations can make for an interesting road trip

From Devil's Ice Box in Columbia to Bothwell Lodge in Sedalia, MOVE has the guide to the oddest driving-distance sites.

Column: Cafe Berlin is defined by more than the break-in

The community came together, donating to keep the “comeback cafe” running.

Nasty Women Art Exhibit opens downtown, showcasing local work

More than 50 pieces of art were on display opening night.

Nasty Women Art Exhibit comes to Columbia

Columbia’s nasty women unite to make nasty art.

Column: Why the 2016 Jingle Bell Run was a run to remember

The Columbia community took to the streets to run for a cause.

New bar under Kaldi’s focused on education and accessibility

The Understudy, which opens in January, plans to offer a diverse selection of high-quality drinks.

Check out all the places in CoMo where you can get STI testing

Celebrate sexual health responsibility week by getting checked.

City manager announces four community members to enforce strategic plan

Adjunct journalism professor Carl Kenney: “The real emphasis of this project (is) to create opportunities for those who need it.”

Amount of hours professors spend teaching questioned

Schaefer said he wants to see faculty workload considered as a factor to determine if MU is improving its AAU ranking.

Columbia moving toward affordable, better housing

The city will hear citizens’ concerns at the Affordable Housing Symposium on Dec. 3 and 4.