His 40-minute speech at the Activity and Recreation Center focused on economic issues, especially on those likely to affect middle-class Americans.
Despite the huge emphasis put on lack of experience in the upcoming election, Sarah Palin may be the candidate with the most.
Supporters at the Columbia Activity and Recreation Center on Tuesday morning said Sen. Joe Biden, the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, has the personality and experience to succeed.
The Iowa-based grocer will occupy former Wal-Mart and Megamart buildings.
Gov. Matt Blunt denied voting privileges to the student member of the University of Missouri System Board of Curators despite the legislation passing in the House and Senate.
Rock Bridge shoppers are already paying the additional half-cent, which raises sales tax in the area to 8.05 percent. The tax will be used for improvements around the new Hy-Vee.
Here is a list of Wednesday's events and the week's tours and exhibits for the MU journalism school's 100th anniversary.
Nevada’s Luke Lippincott, a first-team All-WAC player, will be sidelined when Nevada faces No. 6 Missouri on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
The threat that thousands of Missourians will have to foot the bill for funeral costs of relatives they thought had been covered came before a Missouri legislative committee Tuesday.
The Journalism School invites Columbians to join in its celebration of the past and its approach to the future. Many events remain open and free to the public.
Filmmaker Mark Zwonitzer will show and discuss his latest film, “Walt Whitman,” in Jesse Auditorium from 2 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday as part of the MU School of Journalism’s centennial celebration.
Sen. Chuck Graham is sponsoring a measure that would give the student member of the UM System Board of Curators a vote.
Scott Muschany resigned Tuesday from the Missouri House just hours after pleading not guilty to felony charges of deviate sexual assault.
Mike Mills will cook his barbecue, the recipes for which are detailed in a book written by his daughter, Amy Mills Tunnicliffe, who is a graduate of the MU School of Journalism.
More than 1,700 students from 48 high schools in Missouri attended MU’s FFA Field Day on Tuesday at the Bradford Research Center. Students from agriculture classes and members of FFA went on tours of MU’s farm and participated in 34 different activities.
Sarah Steelman, who was defeated by U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulsof in the Republican gubernatorial primary election, has issued a statement supporting his candidacy.
Around 20,000 invitations were mailed out to J-School alumni for the centennial celebration; 1,900 tickets to the party have been sold. When we asked alumni why they weren't coming, many blamed the economy and the time of the celebration.
Lea Thompson, a former “Dateline NBC” correspondent, will discuss computerized reporting techniques and other investigative methods Thursday when she helps lead the “Watchdog Reporting and New Forms of Investigative Journalism” session during the MU Journalism School’s centennial celebration.
An attempted burglary occurred at Woodstock Estates Trailer Park on Tuesday, a news release from the Boone County Sheriff’s Department stated.
Here’s what happened to three popular Columbia bars, each from a different decade, that alumni returning for the Missouri School of Journalism’s Centennial Celebration might remember.