Hip-hop has an image problem. But the people in Columbia who believe in it as an art form won't let the bad publicity get in the way of the music, which they say has an important place in the community.
It's not just a record label: IndyGround is the center of Columbia's hip-hop universe and an incubator for new artists.
It has always given voice to strong emotions. Turned to positive goals, it can be a tool for change in a community, one scholar-activist says.
Landing an airplane in water, as one pilot did in New York on Thursday, is incredibly difficult.
Citizen clarifies statement about police communications.
Modern Whig Party seeks workable solutions based on common ground.
The material is one of the most tested substances in food today.
Former Columbia Police Officer Steven Rios was convicted of Jesse Valencia’s murder for the first time in 2005, but that decision was overturned. He was granted a retrial in 2007.
Columbia's faith community has been working to learn more about how to become better stewards of the Earth. A Care for Creation meeting on Jan. 25 will focus on weatherization.
The Green Bible is printed on recycled paper with soy-based ink and has a cotton-linen cover. It's being used as a tool by Christian to get people talking about the environment.