The post office in Columbia, along with post offices in Jefferson City and St. Louis, offers a program for customers to recycle their mail.
Taxpayer money should go to worthy investments, like children and pre-K programs.
Missouri should follow the examples of other states and choose cleaner fuel.
This week is national Sunshine Week, a time to ponder how average citizens can help keep the government accountable for its actions. Wake up and start giving a hoot.
Nuclear plants are essential in providing Missouri with consistent power and supplementing renewables like solar and wind power.
Columbia Missourian reporter Ben Magnuson talks about how some of the candidates have spent their campaign contributions.
Nowadays, what someone says may not always be what they mean. One has to watch out for contextual differences between phrases in order to understand today's political rhetoric.
Four of the nine candidates running for two open board seats have raised a total of almost $10,000.
The ability to change the governor's annual budget proposal before it hits the legislature has given the House budget chair a strong role in Missouri's budget process.
Senior right-hander Stacy Delany threw a no-hitter Sunday in MU's 8-0 win against No. 15 North Carolina. Delaney also tossed a shutout on Friday against Coastal Carolina.
Some stimulus money will be used to build a new bridge in Columbia, but does that change your opinion of the plan?
Five of the seven council members voted for Dick Parker. Two other candidates, Dennis Malon and Steven Tanzey, each got one vote.
Rob Long raises 75 alpacas on a 20-acre ranch in Boone County. He says alpacas are a business and a way of life.
Gregory Warren Morton was charged in the murder of Mitchell Wayne Kemp, a Columbia man who disappeared in 2004. His remains were found in August on Deer Park Road.
New and experienced gardeners gathered Sunday to get assigned plots in the Ash Street community garden, which was organized by the Community Garden Coalition. This is the third year the garden has been open to the community.
The courthouse is now home to tighter security and high-tech gadgets.
Mike Odette is not running your average kitchen. A semifinalist for a prestigious James Beard Foundation Award, the head chef at Sycamore often goes about his duties with his 15-month-old son strapped to his back.
Travis Hall was also arrested Friday on an active arrest warrant.
NBC's "Today" show filmed part of a future four-part series Saturday in Columbia. The series is on voluntary simplicity and includes the sustainable lifestyle of Bill McKelvey and Jill Lucht.