The Missourian’s standard, which requires detailed descriptions of criminal suspects before publication, is needed to serve the public the right way.
The key to happiness is keeping your personal goals alive instead of worrying about other people’s goals for you.
How well do you know the final utterances of some of the most well-known figures?
Local wine connoisseurs and store managers spill about their shop’s best-selling wine.
You probably have more candy than you need.
MO HealthNet, a federal Medicaid program, allows low-income patients with various chronic illnesses to access health care coaches.
Proximity is the best predictor of friendship, so life on the farm can feel lonely. Community groups and Web sites offer farmers an opportunity to meet new people.
The MU senior says she was “doomed” to be a skeet shooter, and now she’s an Olympic hopeful.
In the wake of the Halloween holiday, residents reveal their top anxieties.
Two armed suspects robbed a Casey’s General Store on Thursday. It was the second time in three months the store had been robbed.
Rex Bandy, who has been an artist for over 70 years, hopes to recapture the slowly fading beauty of the world through art.
Columbia now has two youth orchestras that offer performance opportunities.
Belief in Brief: Imprecatory prayer called against leaders of Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Southern Baptist pastor encourages the wrathful prayer after being accused of endorsing Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee.
As a renovations get started, the Hickman and Rock Bridge swimming teams have successfully handled difficult conditions at their 42-year-old pool.
MU junior swimmer Gilad Kaufman is from Israel and was in the Israeli army before coming to America to go to school and swim for the Tigers
Rock Bridge senior Mike Petrik has played seven different positions for the Bruins this year. He also holds the top spot in many statistical categories and is a team leader.
When the Missouri football team plays Colorado on Saturday night in Boulder, it will be facing a team with renewed vigor. After a rocky first year filled with growing pains, the Buffaloes have bought into second-year coach Dan Hawkins’ system.
Wednesday night’s five-game loss at No. 2 Nebraska won’t give the Tigers the votes to get them ranked, but it should convince the Tigers they can keep pace with the nation's best programs.
For the Hickman fooball team, playing a district game for a chance to advance in the state playoffs is special. But playing that game against Jefferson City holds extra meaning.