When the Missourian suddenly didn't have bloggers from the RNC, editor Jake Sherlock scrambled to keep the opinion page balanced.
During its meeting Thursday and Friday, the UM System Board of Curators heard about increased enrollment across the four-campus system, talked about increases in financial aid and future salary increases as boons to the university system.
Yasuo Fukuda’s recent decision to step down as Japan’s prime minister might be the signal of an imminent shake up in Japanese politics. In South Korea, citizens fearing the danger of mad cow disease are protesting the government’s decision to resume imports of American beef.
Former MU basketball player Jason Horton, who originally pleaded not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor third-degree assault, changed his plea to guilty on a reduced charge of misdemeanor peace disturbance Friday in Boone County Circuit Court.
Spenser Washington is just a sophomore, but he plays the role of a seasoned veteran for the Hickman football team.
Members of our community sat down and talked about the media. What came up wasn't a surprise: People depend on the media but struggle to understand it. Trust, advertising, bias, financial troubles and journalism education were only a few of the innumerable topics that emerged.
Seven freshmen and three tranfers have joined the Columbia College volleyball team for the 2008 season.
A southern Illinois man is in custody at the Wood River Police Department after shooting is wife to death. The man says he thought she was a burglar.
Hulshof rebuilds his campaign account with contributions made after Missouri’s contribution cap was lifted last week. The primary elections left several losing candidates in debt.
Since the Missouri Department of Public Safety and Gov. Matt Blunt's Faith-Based Initiative held a symposium in June, several mid-Missouri churches are developing diaster responses in their communities. Attendees of the symposium were encouraged to return to their congregation and pick one of eight human services missions.
For the second time in less than a month, the Missouri Supreme Court has given a reprieve to a death row inmate. John Middleton was scheduled to die by injection Sept. 17 for the 1995 shooting deaths of three people in northwest Missouri.
The Delaware senator is slated to meet with voters to discuss the country’s economic challenges. Campaign officials have not indicated which city Biden will visit.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources lifted the boil order Thursday after 11 tests for bacteria showed no problem.
Rick Frost will be replaced by and interim minister, Larry Gallamore.