Brian Brooks, associate dean at the MU School of Journalism, is one of five who will be inducted to the hall of fame in October.
The "king of pop" rose to stardom at an early age and quickly captured the hearts of millions. He died Thursday at age 50.
Officials are also looking at how to keep track of side effects if it's given at the same time as the seasonal vaccine.
The Boone Hospital Center was certified by the Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers on Friday for the care it provides to stroke victims. It's the only hospital in mid-Missouri to receive the certification.
In today's Global Journalist, guests look at President Barack Obama's balancing act between showing support for protesters objecting the re-election of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his belief of engaging in negotiations to limit Iran's nuclear weapons program.
In the past 18 months, the state's timber industry has fallen by 25 percent. But those in the industry remain optimistic.
The Missouri Department of Transportation spent about $33,000 on a poll used to lobby elected officials to shoot down a bill allowing motorcyle riders age 21 and older to ride helmet-free on most state roads.
Local financial aid directors agree with the Obama administration's plan to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
Columbia residents attended the public forum on Thursday night to give their opinions on what the National Park Service is planning for the future of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
A woman who almost drowned in a swimming pool at Tara Apartments is in serious condition at University Hospital.
In the 1990s, members of Generation X would sit in bars and laugh about the naivete of the 1960s. Today, they sit around and tell stories about the death of the kings of pop.
The Sacha Baron Cohen film was screening at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, right next to Jackson's star. Fans trying to get a glimpse Thursday were turned back.
Will Michael Jackson’s legacy in the public’s eye be more known for his career as a whole and its contribution to culture, or for the final few years tainted with trials?
A report in the Columbus Dispatch says MU, like other NCAA schools, misinterprets privacy rules and violates NCAA terms by hiding public records.
The state ranked in a tie with Oregon and Kentucky for 19th in the country.
The change in hours is a trial for July to October.
Flush in the middle of a hot spell, St. Louis officials are preparing heat relief for crowds at upcoming Cardinals games. Too late to reschedule the games, members of the city's fire department will be on hand at Busch Stadium to provide help.
The woman was visiting a friend at the Tara Apartments; while the two were swimming, the victim lost her breath and went under, according to a news release from the Columbia Fire Department.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said she is opposed to the Fair Tax because it hurts middle class and lower-income families. U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer said he is still reviewing the legislation.
Columbia will remain the location for two annual high school sports tournaments, and tourism officials say they are working with local hotels in an attempt to control prices during tournaments.