In the midst of controversy and contempt, the people of Columbia became proactive in their search for commonality, understanding, and conversation that would build the bridge between divergent views of religion and politics.
Coach Art Briles tries to get the Bears moving in the right direction in his first year on the job.
Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic presidential nominee, will be in Columbia on Thursday night. The Change We Need rally begins at 9:30 p.m. in the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle at MU. Gates open at 7:30 p.m.
Trust Judy to bring the same passion and skill to Washington at a time when leadership is needed to avert a crisis in health care financing and delivery that none of us have seen before.
Those who vote Republican tend to be conservatives who opt for lower taxes and free markets. Democrats lean more liberal and populist and look to taxation to level the playing field for the disadvantaged and those who don't wish to provide for themselves.
The Health Savings Account is a viable option for helping our country escape this crisis.
After finishing last in the Big 12 last season, the Tigers' top eight scorers return looking for better results.
Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at MU's Carnahan Quadrangle on Thursday.
Amendment 4 would change the Department of Natural Resources storm water fund distribution process by allowing the state to use grants or loans and to reallocate unused funds to areas that can use them.
A bicyclist who sued the City of Columbia and Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission following a 2005 accident, will receive $450,000 out of the $1.8 million awarded Tuesday evening in the comparative fault personal injury lawsuit.
Three Republicans, seven Democrats and one Libertarian met with a predominantly black audience at the Second Baptist Church to address issues such as public education and racial profiling.
In Missouri, the average price is $2.31, down from $3.39 a month ago. But several stations in the Kansas City area dropped below $2 per gallon on Tuesday.
Two neighbors joined forces to create Graves Hill Cemetery on their lawns for Halloween, complete with fog and a mausoleum.
There will be no construction of new library facilities anytime soon — but, for now, the Daniel Boone Regional Library Board is willing to consider alternatives, such as space rental.
Susan Jacoby, author of the New York Times bestseller "The Age of American Unreason," gave a lecture at Columbia College on Tuesday. She citied the three most destructive influences on Americans being the irrationalism of the religious right, the dominance of infotainment, and Americans' intellectual laziness.
Rock Bridge's Young Democrats and Young Republicans hosted a mock election Tuesday as part of the national VOTES 2008 program. Out of the 1,736 students enrolled at Rock Bridge, 459 voted.
Following the Columbia City Council's recommendation, the Historic Preservation Commission held a public meeting Tuesday evening to allow input on a new demolition application permit policy.
MU's Counseling Center falls far short of one national standard that recommends one full-time professional staff member for every 1,000 to 1,500 students.
Republican Blaine Luetkemeyer loaned on Saturday $200,000 more to his campaign for 9th District representative in Congress, according to campaign finance records.