Exercising rights is a personal prerogative, as symbolized by these Columbia residents who are exercising the five freedoms embodied in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
Lori Drew, a St. Louis-area mother convicted of cyberbullying in November, had her case tentatively thrown out Thursday. Drew created a fictitious teen boy on MySpace and flirted with — before dumping — a 13-year-old girl who ended up committing suicide.
The Fourth of July might seem like one giant pyrotechnics display, but it symbolizes a lot more for American journalists.
On the day we celebrate our independence, lets also recognize the power of the Consitution and our freedoms, which can be seen each day in the actions of our neighbors.
Unlike other camps in the area, MU basketball camps have seen an increase in the number of participants because of many factors, most notably the success of the team last season.
City announces schedule of Independence Day closings of city offices and services.
Rep. Chris Kelly explains why he thinks a bond issue to raise money for capital improvements is the right step for Missouri to take.
Les Bourgeois Vineyards will host a Fourth of July celebration from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, with a free fireworks show and music by Jack Tar.
For some Columbia fireworks merchants, it's the Fourth of July year-round.
Seven Columbia residents are part of a "Team In Training" that is raising money to participate in a triathlon this September to benefit research for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
Despite the stand's closure this year, the family plans to reopen and expand next year.
In the first half of 2009, the state's insurance department has assisted in returning nearly $6 million dollars to customers from insurance companies.
The Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival is coming back to Columbia in September, this time with some additional costs to cover last year's losses.
With their remaining positions eliminated in Columbia School Board's 2009-10 budget, the district's literacy and math coaches prepare for their next step.
The elimination of the elementary and middle schools' field trip budgets won't prohibit schools from planning field trips, but classes will now have to find alternative funding sources, such as the PTA, which already sponsors trips.
Today's Question: Can the Columbia School Board maintain educational values and large-scale budget cuts?
How should the Columbia school board handle large-scale budget cuts while preserving and improving the education system?
Austin J. Hammers, 16, is to be tried as an adult on suspicion of two armed robberies that took place in April and May.
Fireworks are dangerous on many levels — especially for pets — and pet owners are encouraged to take safety measures to protect their furry friends.
Joshua Cortez Dent, 19, was charged Tuesday with forcible rape after his Saturday arrest. Another teenager also was arrested in connection with that incident.
The youth mentoring program received $85,000 in tax credits from the Missouri Department of Economic Development on June 30.