Scholars claim King's celebrity legacy overshadows his work on issues other than segregation.
Hallsville resident Montana Gross started Let No Citizen Be Left Behind, a program that encourages homeless people find and keep jobs.
Two Columbia families reflect on the role of adoption on identity in the Jewish community as their adopted pre-teen girls prepare for their bat mitzvahs.
While midwifery remains illegal in Missouri and 12 other states, an underground network of midwives without nursing degrees continue to deliver children here, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
In 2006, there were more lawsuits than proposals actually making the ballot. In advance of the November elections, about one lawsuit has been filed so far for every two initiative petitions approved for circulation.
Frances Lewine was a longtime White House correspondent for The Associated Press who went on to work in the Carter administration and later for CNN.
Lawyers for five death row inmates are pressing Missouri to identify members of its execution team after the St. Louis Post-Dispatch revealed that a nurse on the team was a convicted stalker.
Preliminary sketches for Columbia’s new high school were released at last week’s school board meeting. Take a look at them here.
Gallery of photographs from the men's basketball game against Kansas.
The U.S. president tries to jump-start peace negotiations between the Arabs and Israelis.
Seldom-used forward Vaidotas Volkus scored a career-high eight points in Missouri’s most anticipated contest of the year: the Kansas game.
Rachel Oswald’s 17 points led the Cougars women's basketball team Saturday at Illinois-Springfield.
The Cougars victory at Illinois Springfield on Saturday was their fourth straight American Midwest Conference victory this season and their third won in overtime.
The Tigers beat Iowa State 194.125-192.400 Friday night at Hearnes Center.
The Tigers tried valiantly to finish off a second-half comeback, but fell 66-60 to rival Kansas on Saturday afternoon in Lawrence.