While teaching in Japan, Troy Hogg says he learned how to treat students more independently.
FEMA became a symbol of government bungling during Katrina efforts but are proving their worth in Midwest flooding crisis.
Summer Welcome brings to campus thousands of students who plan to start school in the fall. Part of being an incoming freshman also means watching MU peer educators act out typical scenarios that teach freshmen the fundamentals of campus safety, personal health and diversity.
Lee Gordon, KRCG/Channel 13 weather forecaster, is leaving the television station after 53 years.
The Crosscreek Center development plan has been a bone of contention for both the City of Columbia and neighborhood associations near its proposed location.
Sam Hamra’s donation to the MU School of Law will provide black law students with scholarships.
Christopher Lee Jacobs, now 18, and Patrick J. Burgess, 16 at the time of the incident, pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 15 and 18 years in prison, respectively.
The race, which drew about 370,000 spectators last year, will not go through Columbia.
The money is to be used for economic development; the UM System will receive about $1.1 million and another $75,000 will go to UM-related projects.
George Carlin, who died Sunday at 71, leaves behind not only a series of memorable routines, but a legal legacy: His most celebrated monologue, a frantic, informed riff on those infamous seven words, led to a Supreme Court decision on broadcasting offensive language.
The Missouri Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials awarded Marvin Kinney, chair of the Columbia Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, with the honor.
Former Southeast Missouri State employee found with files containing student Social Security numbers
A former employee of Southeast Missouri State University was found with data files that contained names and Social Security numbers of about 800 students. The data was recovered, and charges were filed against the former employee.
ACT Works, a local organization that provides employment opportunities to people with disabilities, has new machinery that can help it recycle more types of plastic than any other place in mid-Missouri.
Jim Pelfrey, the first visually impaired person on MU’s Residential Life staff, lost his guide dog of six years in April. Pelfrey recently returned from training with his new dog, Xilo.
A Central Methodist University acting group will perform a comedy-drama play on Sunday and Monday at the Ragtag Cinema to raise money for a kidney transplant for MU student Alexander Vallar.
The competition could include participation from Olympic medalists of the Beijing Games.
Acknowledgement of the strengths and weaknesses of the diversity between artistic types and those that rely on hard facts and discipline will help us illuminate the traits that can lead us out of the current economic crisis.
There is no incumbent in Missouri’s gubernatorial race. But that’s hard to tell from the way the Republican primary is shaping up.
Competitors in this weekend’s Missouri State Senior Games shooting competition said they were there more for each other than winning medals.