Leonard Griswell's take on the release of interrogation practices.
The FCC has the power to make its own regulations regarding indecency in broadcasting, and if left unchecked, it could restrict free speech to the detriment of society.
Missouri Farmers Union supports cap and trade because farmers can be paid when their farming methods trap carbon in the ground. Mandatory animal identification is a different story.
Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and ... the New York Mercantile Exchange? Why the NYMEX is now, in a time when all things Wall Street have a bad rap, one of my favorite things.
Randy Sinquefield chose to leave Los Angeles behind to pursue personal projects and help Columbia and regional filmmakers along the way. He has opened Spectrum Studios, which rents film and photo equipment and studio space.
Missouri lawmakers and the transportation department are at odds, with both sides claiming the other is stepping into its sphere of power. The debate focuses on bills considered during the 2009 legislative session about seat belts and motorcycle helmets.
General Motors declared bankruptcy Monday, but the company will not close plants in Kansas City, Kan., and Wentzville.
Brryan Jackson has survived his father's attempt on his life to become a spokesman and leader for young people with AIDS. "It took a lot of hope and faith in God to get this far," the St. Charles County teen says. "But I feel my life is blessed."
The Missouri state conference of the NAACP plans to meet Saturday to discuss its response to the attorney general's report.
Columbia City Council members review graffiti ordinance options at their pre-council meeting and hear a presentation on crime statistics and housing from MU seniors.
A gunman kills one soldier and wounds another when he drives up to an Army-Navy recruiting office and opens fire.
Congressman William Lacy Clay, along with several others, pleaded with the Missouri attorney general on Monday to review the murder case of condemed prisoner Reggie Clemons.
Time is passing quickly for Reggie Clemons, convicted for the 1991 murders in St. Louis of two young sisters. He is scheduled to die by injection in about two weeks.
The teens were traveling at high speeds in a truck on a country road when it overturned, ejecting five of the teens, officials say.
Two men escaped from jail in Little Rock, Ark., by walking out the front door in guard uniforms. They have been seen in southeast Missouri, and police believe they are still there.
Residents will speak to the council at 7 p.m. Monday night.
A woman driving with her two children was injured in the accident, which occured after she thought she heard one of the children choking.