The government's bailout won't fix everything. The national economy needs a lasting solution.
On Nov. 4, voters have the choice of voting for a Warrior King or a community organizer.
Barack Obama and John McCain clashed repeatedly over the causes and cures for the worst economic crisis in 80 years Tuesday night in a debate in which Republican McCain called for sweeping action by the government to directly shield many homeowners from mortgage foreclosure.
City Council voted to recognize the Shoe Factory Disctrict Neighborhood Association, previously an official neighborhood association, but it is still part of the North-Central Columbia Neighborhood Association.
The stop in the state capitol is one of four spots in Missouri where the Democratic vice presidential candidate will campaign this week.
On Tuesday, students from Family Career and Community Leaders of America groups from three junior high schools painted pumpkins and delivered them to nursing homes.
A 28-year-old Columbia man pleaded guilty Monday to multiple charges stemming from the sexual molestation of a 6-year-old girl and possession of child pornography.
I have never been favorably impressed with the content or the conduct of presidential debates, but I have watched some of every debate since the Nixon/Kennedy face-off in 1960. My indifference stems from several factors — artificial questions, lack of moderator control, dependence on soundbites and cliches as opposed to actual debate, but, most of all, because of their limited effect on the election's outcome.
The fourth annual MU Gallery and Culture Crawl The crawl will take place Tuesday night at the Museum of Art and Archaeology, the State Historical Society of Missouri, the Museum of Anthropology, George Caleb Bingham Gallery and the recently re-located MU Craft Studio Gallery.
State Auditor Susan Montee said U.S. Rep. Sam Graves, who is running for reelection, should have declared his two airplanes on his taxes. The Atchison County assessor told Graves the planes were not taxable.
This type of fun has become a hallmark of a team that strives to be very tightly knit. A foundation of their team chemistry is their time spent going out to eat.
Many who attended the meeting were concerned about excessive commercial development around the extension but were pleased with the plan to limit access to the road.
MU graduate student Ming Zhou uses Western symbols of middle-class wealth in her work.
Congregation Beth Shalom and the Hillel Foundation will observe Yom Kippur Wednesday evening and Thursday by holding services.
Graduating students might have to take jobs to get by, rather than chase their dreams, a panel of business professionals said in a forum hosted by the MU's Trulaske College of Business.
Columbia elementary school counselors will host two viewings for parents to observe the sexual abuse prevention books and videos their children are scheduled to view at school this year.
For almost two weeks, solar energy has been sold by Columbia Water and Light to its electric customers willing to buy it at $48 yearly subscriptions.
The dam is about a mile downstream from where a 20-year-old woman drowned on Sept. 14.
Lilly agreed to pay 32 states and Washington, D.C., to resolve an investigation into the company's marketing practices.