Full text of the resolution adopted by the University of Missouri Board of Curators on Oct. 5, 2007, reaffirming “its unwavering commitment to the principles of academic freedom and intellectual inquiry.”
The Missouri Department of Transportation is testing soy-based paint on U.S. 63 north of Jefferson City to gauge its usefulness in the striping of highways.
Two years of work netted Spicewine Ironworks "Best BBQ Rub in the World"
The pot pies were being pulled from store shelves Wednesday at the company’s request, but a prominent food poisoning lawyer criticized the decision not to recall the Banquet and generic pot pies.
Last year, there were fewer flu cases than in previous years, but it is hard to predict what this year’s season will bring, health department spokeswoman Deidre Wood said.
Allison Ross wrote a great cover piece on Quran recitation during the month of Ramadan. It was insightful, and for once, Muslims looked like quite amiable people in the news. Until I had to open my big mouth.
State Auditor Susan Montee said that although some improvements have been made to the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority since she began her audit, further changes are necessary.
With hard work, great organization and lots of money, a Campaign Reform Amendment can become a reality.
Nicknamed “Dust Mite” in high school, sophomore wide receiver Danario Alexander dedicated his performance on Saturday night to his injured brother.
The Missouri men’s basketball team struggled with defense last season, and Tigers' coach Mike Anderson says improvement will translate to more victories.
The No. 9 Columbia College volleyball team travels to St. Louis on Thursday.
Megan Wilson’s 17 kills paced the MU volleyball team in a sweep of Texas A&M that brought the Tigers back to an even mark in Big 12 Conference play.
The morning began bright and early at 8 a.m. at Katfish Katy’s campground and general store, named for the giant catfish often caught nearby. Pictures of people with story-worthy catches decorate the walls of the Huntsdale store, which offered early arrivals a chance to peruse everything from bike tires to fishing poles and enjoy warm biscuits and gravy.
A cease and desist order has halted construction on two Missouri River habitat restoration projects.