Though the case might be different elsewhere, allowing concealed weapons on the MU campus is a risk without any reasonable prospect of a reward.
Columbia Missourian reporter Mallory Vargon will be at the ceremony, and she talks about what can be expected at the meeting.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team defeated rival Hickman 1-0 with a successful penalty kick near the end of the second overtime period Monday night at Hickman.
Presumed lost for decades, Sturgeon Court of Common Pleas documents surfaced once more during the recent Boone County Courthouse remodel. The documents paint a lively picture of life in northern Boone County from 1860 to 1921.
Recently recovered court documents from Sturgeon will join the Missouri State Archives after they are organized and put onto microfilm. The archives are available in online databases and have tens of thousands of records, some dating back to 1770.
Charges were dropped against Missouri lawmakers Sen. Jeff Smith and Rep. Joe Aull, who were accused of presenting false identification at a Boonville casino.
The House Joint Resolution 10 will hurt the independence of the judiciary by changing the Nonpartisan Court Plan, which requires a committee of laypersons and attorneys to pick Missouri judges. Instead, the resolution would allow the governor to reject that committee's final choice.
Sen. Claire McCaskill does a great job of meeting with her constituents and answering tough questions honestly. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer should follow her lead and attend the local Health Care for America Now event to have an open dialogue with those trying to understand his positions.
Senior forwards DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons shared the Most Outstanding Player Award given out Monday night at the Missouri men’s basketball team's awards banquet.
Following a short pursuit, police arrested two men in car that a witness at the scene described.
The Rock Bridge boys golf team was second at the Smith-Cotton Invitational on Monday at the Sedalia Country Club.
The Wat Angkor Cambodian Buddhist Temple near Hallsville on Old Highway 63 hosted celebrations for the Cambodian New Year festival over the weekend. Called Chol Chnam Thmey in the Khmer language, the Cambodian New Year usually falls on April 13.
Missouri lawmakers are using Twitter, a micro-blogging Web site, to keep their constituents updated on their political work. While it is gaining in popularity, some lawmakers do not wish to "tweet" about topics such as votes, debates and opinions of others.
About 100 of the rare birds are brought to Missouri each year, where conservationists hope to re-establish a stable population.
Authorities decided to drop charges against Missouri lawmakers Jeff Smith and Joe Aull in connection to misdemeanors for misusing casino-issued identification
Setting trash out early has become a big problem in the East Campus area of Columbia. Do you think moving the trash collection day to Monday would solve the problem?
Tornadoes, floods and fires serve as impetus for many to change the way their businesses operate.
The Petro Mart at 2200 W. Ash St. was robbed of money and tobacco products early Monday morning.
Knights Out is the first association representing gay and lesbian alumni of West Point. They are advocating for the end of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy and hope to be a resource for the military if the policy is repealed.