There are always two sides to any story and sometimes many more. I write now to show another side of what has turned out to be an unfortunate public airing of problems in a non-profit organization that has struggled for its very existence since its inception.
It's dangerous to excuse actions just because they're based on religous beliefs.
Despite their reputation, spiders are more useful and less dangerous than we think.
The Mizzou football team has already made nine appearances on television so far this season, making it an above average season.
The Social Security Administration has informed Missouri school districts that only teachers, principals and a few other positions are exempt from paying into Social Security.
The deal, expected to be finalized by the end of the year, will make InBev the world's largest brewer.
The Lee's Summit West senior was ranked this year as the No. 130 player nationally .
The Missouri Ethics Commission said the case failed to get enough votes to proceed to a hearing.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said the government won't buy bank's bad assets on a day of more reports of sales drops and staff cuts.
Sunshine requests from The Associated Press and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch prompted the investigation into preservation of e-mail records.
The numbers of students taking the SAT has risen 30 percent since 1998; the number of ACT-takers has risen 43 percent.
The company is being liquidated after guaranteeing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of services before becoming insolvent.
He has been the governor-elect's top legal counsel in the attorney general's office since 2003.
A boy from Jackson was hit by a car after a Veterans Day parade.
Sgt. Matt Eversmann, a war hero from the infamous Black Hawk Down mission, visited MU to share his experiences in battle and the lessons learned of selfless service and courage.
The Office of Public Counsel issued an analysis showing a funding method for a new nuclear reactor in Callaway County that could minimize the profits of the reactor and the cost to customers by about $5 billion.
A state trial judge dismissed a lawsuit Wednesday filed by critics of embryonic stem cell research who wanted to block $21 million in state funds from going to life sciences research.
A classical and ragtime composer and pianist, John William "Blind" Boone is one of Columbia's most well-known historical figures.
Pianist John Davis will be performing a concert at MU on Saturday to benefit the restoration of 19th Century ragtime composer and pianist J.W. "Blind" Boone's Columbia home.
At Rock Bridge and Hickman High Schools, students don't have to follow the traditional path of picking French, German, Latin or Spanish to fill Missouri's foreign language requirement. Since 1990, Columbia Public Schools has offered Japanese as an alternative language for students to learn.