The tax policy bogeyman deployed largely to excite class envy needs badly an exposure to sunlight.
Brittney Brimmage was never a volleyball star in high school, but now she is seeing playing time for Missouri.
The Boonville embalmer, who has the only black-owned funeral home operating in mid-Missouri, has been twice as busy since Warren Funeral Chapel was closed because of a court injunction.
The right person is crucial to the success of REDI's new structure, said Bob Black, chair of REDI's board of directors. The budget calls specifically for an executive director with "special skills in attracting high-tech employers."
Schools tailored activities centered on the Constitution to make them age-appropriate for their students.
The prosecution alleged that Kristopher Prince fired a semi-automatic assault rifle at a car in April 2007, killing Tedarrian Robinson. The defense argued that Lorenzo Ladiner was actually the shooter.
The 24-hour communitywide event held by MU's conservation biology program encourages participants to explore and identify as many different species of local flora and fauna as possible.
The Secondary Enrollment Planning Committee says reassigning the feeder schools should be easier than redistricting, though it also requires reconfiguration of grades.
The Hickman softball team defeated New Franklin 8-0 Wednesday night in Columbia.
The fire was contained to one apartment, No. 203, of the complex located at 1621 Ashland Road. The resident, Katherine Brown, 54, was taken by ambulance to University Hospital with third-degree burns on her hands and arms.
A robbery occurred at about 12:05 a.m. Wednesday on the MU campus between Engineering Building East and Switzler Hall.
The Gold Route, which serves MU and popular apartment complexes for students, has been more crowded since the school's enrollment increased this year.
And, in the spirit of Mark Twain, it wants Stephen Colbert to moderate.
The Columbia/Boone County Office of Emergency Management issued assessment and cleanup information for residents dealing with flood damages.
Task Force One, which recently assisted at the Republican National Convention, is due back tomorrow afternoon after a deployment to Louisiana to assist in rescues after Hurricane Ike.
The state portfolio is not at risk because it does not deal with Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch or AIG, says Mark Mathers, director of investments in the state treasurer's office.
After hearing about AIG's turmoil, investors are unsure about which companies to trust.
Two crimes occurred, one on Tuesday night and one early Wednesday morning.
MillerCoors spokesman Julian Green said the company still plans to release Sparks Red on Oct. 1. He said the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, or TTB, has approved all formulas and labeling for Sparks.
But its number has come up when some residents received odd phone calls encouraging them to write in Hillary Clinton's name for president.