After a year getting comfortable with his teammates, coaches and the team's defensive system, Missouri senior defensive end Brian Coulter has positioned himself in the starting rotation at defensive end.
The Cash for Clunkers program isn't a good deal for consumers, because it's just another example of the federal government using taxpayer money on bad programs.
On her 11-day trip to Africa, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton covered themes such as doing away with corruption, installing democratic processes and improving human rights for women and minorities.
Columbia School Board members spend a substantial amount of time to complete a majority of their board work between regular meetings. But they say it's time well spent as they go about doing what they think is best for the district.
A new program designed to teach Columbia youth how to interact with police officers has some lessons built in for police, too.
Hillsboro made the national news this week when a town hall meeting on health care with Sen. Claire McCaskill turned ugly
The Lord is speaking to us every day and we should be watching for signs and messages from him.
The Missouri football team is still searching for a replacement for former kick returner Jeremy Maclin, who is now in the NFL. There still isn't an established depth chart for either the punt or kickoff returners.
As more information continues to detail the dangers of texting and driving, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and a handful of federal legislators are looking to introduce federal laws to impose harsher penalties for drivers who keep their eyes on their cell phones while behind the wheel.
Members of the Columbia Police Department SWAT Team and Crisis Negotiations Team responded to the Eastwood Motel on Friday morning to deal with a standoff with four males in one of the rooms. One man was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
The federal government provides several assistance programs, but cannot save the industry as a whole.
Police have arrested 25 people since beginning the bait car program in November 2007.
Pack Matthews used to hate chairs — until he built his own.
The Diocese of Jefferson City, along with two other Catholic organizations, has agreed to pay a $600,000 settlement to a victim of priest sex abuse from Boonville.
The public service announcements discourage drivers from talking or texting on their cell phones while driving and cite statistics that indicate cell phone usage was a factor in 17 traffic deaths in 2008.
The Boy Scouts have placed their updated handbook online as the latest of several recent initiatives to modernize scouting, including developing podcasts, an online scouting community, a YouTube channel and a presence on social-networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Families in need can get free help to prepare their children for the beginning of another school year by attending the Voluntary Action Center's third annual Back to School Fair.
Police escorted four people to the Columbia Police Department for questioning after the incident.