Representatives from the Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, Progressive and Constitution parties — the five parties that will appear on the Missouri ballot — took to the stage Thursday night at a forum hosted by Hickman High School as part of its Speak Your Mind series.
What the Republicans say is one thing, but what they have done is pursue an economic policy of attempting to borrow our way out of debt
Dissidents gathered at MU's Speakers Circle brandished signs reading "No redistribution of wealth" and "Obama roots for Kansas." Although outnumbered, they were a steady presence throughout the night.
On Saturday, First Baptist Church is celebrating its 185th anniversary with a day of service and dedication of the Annie Fisher Food Pantry in the area of Blind Boone Community Center.
Tony Viessman, 74, of Rolla started "Rednecks for Obama" with Les Spencer, 60, before Obama's July 30 stop in Rolla, and has traveled to campaign events in Mississippi, Tennessee, Colorado and New York.
By 6:15 p.m., a line of Sen. Barack Obama supporters had already gathered along Conley Avenue north of MU's Mel Carnahan Quadrangle. The line stretched from Hulston Hall, which houses the MU law school, jogged east down University Avenue around Middlebush Hall and then south on Hitt Street.
Candidates for the Missouri Senate and Missouri House of Representatives weighed in on how to fund K-12 education in a tough economy.
The average American's economic stiffness hasn't taken its toll on Columbia travel, said Roy Shelby of Great Southern Travel in Columbia.
The sixth annual festival will once again showcase independent films.
Edward Jones financial adviser Kathy Lou Neale has been fielding many calls from worried clients since the economic downturn. She likens the market to a turbulent airplane, and it's not time to jump off. It's just time to buckle up and keep a clear head.
Residents take a look at plans for new sidewalks at four locations
Many sex offenders were concerned about Halloween-related activities with their own children or grandchildren. Others were nervous about getting in trouble for the actions of other people in their household, like giving candy to trick-or-treaters.
Pleasant Friday weather should offer a serene setting for spooky Halloween festivities. Here's a look at where you can head to celebrate.
Interstate Bakeries Corp. can begin seeking creditor approval of a plan that would allow the company to exit more than four years of bankruptcy, a judge said Thursday.
Dance choreographer Prerana Patel and her friends are making final preparations for their Mizzou Masti performance at India Night on Saturday. They and other student groups from MU's South Asian Students Association participate each year at India Nite, hosted by the Cultural Association of India in Columbia since 1992.
"Radio Adelante" is now airing on KOPN/89.5 FM on Saturday mornings following "La Hora Latina."
Local state House and Senate candidates have varying thoughts on the future of Missouri's economy.