Tickets for the True/False Film Festival are limited, but the festival is offering a range of events that do not require tickets or passes to attend. Some of the events are free for the public or have a small cost to attend.
The True/False film festival is under way. When you're not checking out one of the documentaries, check out these links to coverage of the festival.
The chair of the Senate Public Health Committee has filed a bill to create a pilot program to bring vaccines into schools.
The offices will be filled in the November general election after party primaries in August.
Abandoned houses aren’t beautiful to most people. To Kent Durk, they’re what he lives for each weekend.
JEFFERSON CITY — Senators unanimously passed legislation Thursday meant to reverse a Missouri Supreme Court decision that could allow millions of dollars to flow to the families of disabled workers after their deaths.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The wife of a Navy doctor, Leonor Chavez doesn't worry about her daughter having to change schools every few years. It's the paperwork that comes with the moves that daunts her.
After current public administrator Connie Hendren decided to retire, the race for the county office was left wide open.
JEFFERSON CITY — It had a rocky road, but the ice cream cone has won Senate approval to become Missouri's official dessert.
ST. LOUIS — The entertainment division of Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc. plans to expand outside the U.S. for the first time by opening four theme parks in Dubai, the fast-growing tourist destination in the Middle East.
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri lawmakers voted Thursday to keep some public safety and utility documents closed to the public.
ST. LOUIS — Missouri and Illinois ended years of bickering Thursday over how to pay for a new Mississippi River bridge and at what cost, announcing a deal for a new four-lane, $640 million span meant to ease congestion at one of the nation's busiest crossings.
The way Jacquie Sullivan sees it, the motto “In God We Trust” is more about patriotism than religion.
So when the Bakersfield, Calif., councilwoman heard on a Christian radio station in 2001 that protesters on the East Coast were trying to remove the phrase from public buildings, she considered it her civic duty to reverse the trend.
Ticket sales began at noon today and drew as many as 300 people to stand in line at the Cherry Street Artisan.
Carroll ZuBolton, director of Columbia Housing Authority's Moving Ahead, has taken the activist lifestyle inspired by her father to new heights in Columbia.
The centerpiece of these efforts is a bipartisan joint resolution proposed in the Senate that would force sex offenders who committed crimes before the enactment of the Missouri Sex Offender Registry to sign up.
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Megabus, a bus service that offers services in 17 Midwest cities and eight West Coast cities, will start offering services out of Columbia to Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City on March 13.
After trasferring from Michigan, she hopes to see more time on the mound and compete for a top spot in the pitching rotation.