One of the great minds of the movie industry has posed this question: "Why aren't movies better these days?" One answer is that people are only paying to see sensational, explosive flicks based on comics books instead of supporting more original films.
The confidence Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson raves about appears on a different stage when freshman guard Kim English reads one of his poems.
The MU chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity has raised enough money to renovate its South Providence house. A bank loan and alumni support allow the fraternity to install sprinklers not yet required by the City Council.
The $1.3 billion slated for Missouri schools from the federal stimulus package might be used for other projects, since the governor has already promised education top dollar in the budget. The federal money was meant to ease state budget difficulties that would force cuts to schools.
Texas freshman Yvonne Anderson, a standout last season for Hickman, will return to Columbia on Tuesday night when the No. 16 Longhorns play the Missouri women's basketball team. Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson, her father, will be there to cheer for her.
K-12 Editor Liz Brixey talks about Belcher's background as superintendent of the Kearney School District.
Meals on Wheels was able to deliver 2,390 lunches as part of the fundraiser.
As many Americans find themselves jobless or in financial trouble, they can use this time of economic crisis to reach out to others and acquire new skills for life.
The worst fears of staffers of the Raptor Rehabilitation Project were realized Sunday when Chester the blind barred owl was found dead in a tree.
The former Missouri pitcher has been slowed in spring training by tendinitis in his right shoulder, but he threw off the mound for the first time Monday for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Sooners played without preseason All-American Blake Griffin, who sat out because of a concussion.
Lamb, UM system executive vice president, served as the interim president for the system from April 2007 to February 2008 before the appointment of Gary Forsee to the position.
Twenty marijuana plants were found early Monday afternoon in a southwest Columbia home, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
Missouri's Internet Task Force notes child porn possession arrests on the rise, and many of those arrested are of young adults.
The Square D molded case circuit breaker manufacturing plant in Columbia is one of two manufacturing plants across the nation to receive the Top Plant award for 2008. The award is given yearly by Plant Engineering Magazine to plants that have achieved superior operational results.
The trial of Malcolm Washington was continued Monday for the second time. Washington is one of five men charged in connection with the 2007 shooting death of Nathaniel Bentley.
With identity theft crimes on the rise in Columbia, the Police Department and an identity theft victim offer prevention tips. Access to physical documents, like checkbooks, are crucial to a thief's success.
This year’s poster for the True/False Film Festival shows a tattered rowboat tied to balloons as if about to take flight — or crash into the ground.
About 30 people, fraternity members and guests, were evacuated.
Rocky Roop of Columbia was arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary and third-degree assault.