Sen. Graham's statement

Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, issued a statement Tuesday evening about his recent arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Read the full text here.

Columbia College men’s soccer defeats Mid-Continent 1-0 in overtime

With the help of sophomore Ilya Grin, the Cougars now enter tournament play with eight wins in their last 11 games.

Small-town roots keep Missouri’s Kurtis Gregory grounded

Gregory's small-town roots have grown into familes, both at home and at the University of Missouri.

Sen. Graham issues statement on recent arrest

Sen. Chuck Graham issued a statement Tuesday evening about his recent arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

Integrated math presents a whole new set of problems

Parents and tutors struggle with the new method of learning math because it varies so much with what they learned in school.

Fall World Series marks end of long season for MU baseball team

In Missouri’s annual intersquad series, the Gold team defeated the Black team 3 games to 1.

Shiloh Bar and Grill getting bumped from current location

Jack Rader, owner of the Shiloh property, plans to hand the bar over to two of his children in a year.

Pakistani doctor to speak on kidney donations

Dr. Farhat Moazam is lecturing Wednesday in Columbia on medicine in culture, focusing on her book about kidney transplantation in Pakistan.

Public meetings to discuss planned regional park

City parks officials are inviting the public to share ideas on how to develop a regional park on the Crane and Philips tracts in southeast Columbia.

MU J-School centennial lacks budget

The MU School of Journalism will be turning 100 next year. However, unlike the 50th anniversary celebration in 1958, for which $282,000 was allocated, event planners are operating without a budget.

Curators meet Tuesday to discuss presidential search

The University of Missouri Board of Curators met Tuesday morning to discuss the system’s search for a new president. To learn more, visit U.Town, the Columbia Missourian’s higher education blog, here.

Orthodontist buys back Halloween candy

In an effort to promote healthy teeth — and help out the local food bank at the same time — a local orthodontist will be buying its patients' Halloween candy on Nov. 1.

Columbia teen arrested on suspicion of promoting child pornography

A Columbia teenager was arrested Monday on suspicion of promoting child pornography.

Court says state has no property right to bridge

An appeals court Tuesday upheld the dismissal of the attorney general’s lawsuit challenging a state agency’s decision.

Experimenting with color can turn ordinary into extraordinary

Adding color to gardens and house decorations can brighten any autumn day.

Bush to visit St. Louis on Thursday

The president will tour the headquarters of a St. Louis-based business, give a speech about the federal budget and attend a Republican fundraiser.

Location for tonight's multimedia lecture changed

Tonight’s multimedia lecture Eklektika will now be in room 212 at MU's Middlebush Hall. Scheduled for 5 to 6:30 p.m. today, the lecture by visiting art professor Pedro Guajardo.

State has no rights to Katy Bridge, appeals court says

The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District today affirmed that the Katy Bridge in Boonville is not property of the state. The railroad lift bridge crosses the Missouri River near Katy Trail State Park.

U.S., Missouri flags restored over state Capitol

With both permanent flagpoles destroyed by high winds, state officials have erected a temporary pole to carry the U.S. and Missouri flags.

Hulshof’s stance on children’s health insurance is troubling

Kenny Hulshof’s recent vote against the State Children’s Health Insurance Program doesn’t represent his constituents.