UPDATE: Attorney General candidate Harris sides with property owners against feeding operations

State Rep. Jeff Harris says he would use his office to side with local property owners against large animal feeding operations.

Candidate for Missouri Treasurer denounces political consulting business

Brad Lager joins several Missouri Republicans who are upset that House Speaker Rod Jetton has been paid to work as a consultant and fundraiser by several Republican lawmakers.

Columbia writer promotes nuclear disarmament

Steven Starr, a long-time Columbia resident, has written journal articles about nuclear disarmament and spoken before the United Nations and other international groups on the topic.

All names are all-American

Names don’t make the American. They shouldn’t separate people just because sometimes they are hard to say.

Accident on Providence Road blocks morning traffic

The accident occurred Wednesday morning and involved three vehicles that rear-ended each other in the northbound lanes of Providence Road before Hinkson Bridge, in a construction zone.

UPDATE: Former Jefferson City reporter convicted of killing wife with poison

James Keown faces an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole.

Two arrested for drug possession, one for endangering a child

Columbia police officers serving a narcotics-related search warrant discovered marijuana being used in close proximity to a 4-month-old infant.

MU softball team shows smarts

During the spring 2008 semester, the Missouri softball team combined for a 3.37 grade-point average, marking the highest team GPA for the softball team since the start of the program in 1975.