Abdullahi Ibrahim, a history professor at MU for the last 15 years, wants to be the next president of Sudan. He must first gain approval to terminate his MU contract before taking on the task of running for office in the war-ravaged African country.
Under a proposed contract, the Police Department would take the Columbia Public Schools' evaluations of school resource officers into consideration when conducting its own annual performance evaluations. Should any other changes be considered in the agreement between the police and Columbia Public Schools?
While there are many reasonable people to be found on both sides of the concealed carry debate, stereotypes portraying advocates as untrained and irresponsible are unfair. A background check for gun owners might not prevent unsafe users every time, but the same is true for obtaining a driver's license.
The Home School Communicator Basketball league provides fourth- and fifth-grade students an opportunity to play basketball, with strict rules about attendance and grades.
Douglas Johnson, an expert on Sudanese politics, explains why it's unlikely that the 2010 elections will be fairly run.
A bill that would reinforce student rights to pray in schools and require the Bill of Rights to be displayed in each classroom received initial approval Monday by the Missouri House.
The president signed a bill Tuesday that triples the size of the AmeriCorps service program and encouraged Americans to get involved in community service.
Those who have been in the political game for the last 30 years, should be open to the new ideas the modern age has produced.
Gov. Jay Nixon will review the case of one of three men involved in killing a man in Callaway County more than a decade ago.
The Kewpies suffer their fifth consecutive loss.
Stephens College has selected Dianne Lynch, a dean at New York's Ithaca College, as its next president. She describes herself as a student-centered faculty member and has received a warm reception at Stephens.
University Catering opened the Outdoor Soup and Sandwich Café for students, faculty and staff on March 4. It is open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Carnahan Quad in between Hulston Hall and Reynolds Alumni Center.
The MU Choral Union will perform a concert featuring pieces by American composers and poets on Friday.
A 36-year-old man was shot in the arm while driving down Grand Avenue near Fourth street.
The owners of a new bar called Memoir want to overcome the location's violent past.
While the Jason Thornhill and Barbara Hoppe were sworn in, the council celebrated Chris Janku's 18 years of service.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is urging consumers to be wary of any mailings they receive regarding mortgage refinancing, foreclosure relief or loan consolidation.
Missouri is one of only six states that doesn't require notification. But some legislators and bankers worry about the cost.
The new parking garage at the Fifth and Walnut streets will be eight or nine stories tall and will offer retail space at street level.
This marks the third time this season that a Missouri player has been honored by the Big 12 Conference.