• Mizzou athletics parts ways with longtime radio analyst Posted on 20 October 2017 at 6:13am

    COLUMBIA - MU has parted ways with longtime basketball radio analyst Gary Link. Link had been the team's color commentator for more than 20 years. 

    “Gary Link has been relieved of his duties with Mizzou Athletics, however, it would be inappropriate to comment further on a personnel matter,” department spokesperson Nick Joos said in a statement released Thursday. “The athletic department will work with Mizzou Sports Properties to identify a replacement for Gary on our radio broadcasts.”

  • New name, new owner for Fulton Medical Center Posted on 19 October 2017 at 11:10pm

    FULTON- Fulton Medical Center is getting a new name along with its new owner.

    It will soon be called Christian Memorial Hospital of Callaway County.

  • Video contest brings anti-drug awareness to students Posted on 19 October 2017 at 8:49pm

    JEFFERSON CITY - A Missouri video contest is promoting drug-free lives and giving high school students a chance to win cash prizes.

    The Council for Drug Free Youth, or CDFY, is accepting video submissions until 5 P.M. Friday Oct. 20 for its third annual video contest.

  • Columbia Board of Education to vote against Broadway Hotel TIF Posted on 19 October 2017 at 8:13pm

    COLUMBIA - The Columbia Board of Education met Thursday and unanimously decided to vote 'no' on The Broadway Columbia's tax increment financing, or TIF, request. 

    The hotel's owner, David Parmley, applied for the TIF in April asking the city for an approximately $2 million tax break for the construction of a second hotel tower.

  • Elm Street to open Friday after improvements to sewer lines Posted on 19 October 2017 at 7:59pm

    COLUMBIA - Elm Street will open on Friday after five months of construction. Patricia Hayles with Columbia Sewer Utility said the road closed in May to avoid MU students.

    The construction included upgrades to the sewer system and is part of the Flat Branch Sewer Relief Project. The project helps to address overflows in the sewer lines due to heavy rains.

  • Public defenders not allowed to refuse cases without permission Posted on 19 October 2017 at 7:37pm

    COLUMBIA - The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that public defenders may not turn away clients without first getting permission from a county judge. 

    The ruling came in response to a Stoddard County public defender who refused three clients because he said he didn't have enough time for the clients he already represented. 

  • Shuttle service left out of the loop during campus emergency Posted on 19 October 2017 at 7:25pm

    COLUMBIA– A shuttle service responsible for bringing residents back-and-forth to campus is citing a communication breakdown for its slow response to Wednesday's threat on MU's campus.

    Green Way Shuttles said without access to MU Alert, the university's emergency monitoring system, its response to active threats on campus is delayed. 

  • Missouri proposes innovative corridor for Amazon headquarters Posted on 19 October 2017 at 6:51pm

    COLUMBIA - On Thursday Missouri officials officially announced its proposal to attract Amazon's second headquarters to Missouri.

    Governor Eric Greitens said Missouri would love to welcome Amazon headquarters to the state. The proposal encourages Amazon to consider St. Louis or Kansas City for its second headquarters and expand across an "innovation corridor" to the other city in the future.

  • Missouri Rep. McGaugh appointed as judge in Carroll County Posted on 19 October 2017 at 6:31pm

    JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Gov. Eric Greitens has appointed a Republican Missouri House member to serve as an associate circuit judge in Carroll County.

    The appointment announced Thursday for Rep. Joe Don McGaugh will require him to resign from the Legislature.

  • City of Columbia recognized for LGBTQ equality efforts Posted on 19 October 2017 at 6:20pm

    COLUMBIA -- The City of Columbia received recognition for its efforts in working towards LGBTQ equality.

    The city earned an All Star rating and a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index.