Fewer car dealerships could be the strategy that will revitalize GM and Chrysler.
Stuart Carlson's editorial cartoon on tea parties was published not as an endorsement by the Missourian, but because it was a reflection of how some members of the media reacted to the protesters.
The game was suspended with two out in the top of the first and Illinois leading 1-0.
The construction, which will take place in segments to minimize traffic disturbances, is expected to improve segments from Rollins Road to Brookview Terrace.
The election ended Wednesday for India, the world's biggest democracy, but neither of the largest political parties are expected to win a majority of the estimated 428 million votes.
Leonard Griswell's take on the new Forever Stamp.
Missourian reporters scoured the state for the best trips we could find at a fair price. We hope our readers find something worthwhile among the stories in this travel guide.
After overcoming several injuries in her softball career, Michaela Minner is ready to help lead the Tigers in the postseason.
Major health care and economic development bills may not be passed before the legislative session ends Friday. Lawmakers did pass bills concerned with public defender workloads and public schools.
The bill expands tax incentives for Missouri businesses, while it imposes new restrictions on some tax credits, letting Republicans and Democrats claim success.
Most GM dealers in Columbia say they have yet to hear if they've been cut.
The bill, passed Friday, would give unemployed workers an extra 20 weeks of benefits.
The Columbia Board of Health met Thursday to explore whether Columbia's chicken-ownership ordinance should be revised to allow more freedom for residents to raise chickens. The current ordinance allows one chicken per half-acre.
Among those graduating Friday were members of the MU College of Veterinary Medicine and the Robert J. Trulaske Sr. College of Business.
The bill includes sex offenders, young people who text message while they drive, cattle rustlers and river runners who take beer bongs or kegs with them on the water.
The cause was cancer. The three-time All-American played in the NBA 12 years and then went on to become an award-winning jazz musician.
Chrysler has identified 27 Missouri dealerships it expects to eliminate, including Dodge City Motors in Columbia.
The Federal Trade Commission has filed suit against two companies, asking a judge to stop as many as 1 billion random calls. Officials say the calls target consumers indiscriminately and misrepresent service agreements for car warranties.