Columbia Daily Tribune Sold After 111 Years in FamilyDaily Tribune employees were informed of the sale on Friday at a meeting with GateHouse executives and Tribune management.
Bond Proposal Would Turn MoDOT Headquarters into Legislature SpaceTransforming the Missouri Department of Transportation headquarters into a space for legislative and executive branch employees is among the projects that could be funded with new bond revenue.
$100M Civil Rights Suit Filed by Ryan FergusonThe 50-page suit says Columbia, Mo., police fabricated evidence against Ryan Ferguson, bullied witnesses and ignored other leads in their investigation into the 2001 killing of Kent Heitholt, a Columbia Daily Tribune sports editor.
University of Missouri Expecting Fewer Freshman This FallVice Provost Ann Korschgen said in an email that the university has anticipated the drop in freshmen as the number of high school students in Missouri and the Midwest declines.
MU Health Care Will Lay Off EmployeesUniversity of Missouri Health Care will lay off or cut the hours of employees.
Judge Denies New Trial in Missouri Murder CaseRyan Ferguson was one of two teenagers accused in the beating and strangulation of Kent Heithold outside the Columbia Daily Tribune in 2001.
Missouri Families Outraged That Killer Is FreedRelatives of James Gant's victims weren't invited to attend a parole hearing or informed of his release last year.
Mizzou Grads Begin Careers By Staying On Campus Some new University of Missouri graduates are staying on campus to begin their post-college careers.
Columbia Officials Mull Changes to Tent PolicyColumbia officials are working on changes to local regulations governing tents after a collapse in St. Louis last month killed one person and hurt 100 more.
Mo. Woman Hit By Concert Microphone Sues Rap Group A St. Louis-area woman is suing the rap group Bones Thugs-n-Harmony and one of its members for injuries she claims were inflicted by a swinging microphone at a Columbia concert.
Unsolved Campus Murder ReopenedUniversity of Missouri police are seeking outside help in the 2005 murder of a microbiology professor
MU Prof Says Police Damaged Her HearingProfessor Piper says when she asked Pittsburgh police for the best way away from the demonstration, an officer told her to walk toward what turned out to be a Long Range Acoustic Device

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