advertisement

Articles

Missouri courts complete study of repeat juvenile offenders

The judiciary plans to use the study to evaluate the effectiveness of existing methods of dealing with juvenile defendants.

Engaging people: Michael McDonald

Since being interested in paranormal activity as a child, Michael McDonald and his team from Kindred Moon Paranormal Society now do research on paranormal activity all over the country.

Stormwater ordinance in Boone County could benefit environment, developers pay

Environmentalists and developers could be affected by a proposed stormwater ordinance in Boone County. The last of three public hearings was held Monday night in Ashland.

Medical students crossing the line on the Internet

More than half of the 78 medical school deans who responded to a survey said they were aware of their students posting unprofessional content — such as photos of drug paraphernalia and cadavers — on the Internet.

Missouri state workers union, state officials begin contract negotiations

The union representing the state workers is seeking an annual salary increase of 6 percent for the next three years.

Small plane crash east of Columbia airport leaves one dead

The plane crashed about five miles east of Columbia Regional Airport, killing the only person on board.

Missouri Democrat to White House: Keep focus on Afghanistan

U.S. Rep. Ike Skelton, who chairs the House Armed Services Committee, wrote a letter to President Obama urging him to quickly provide direction and resources for the war in Afghanistan.

Former Blunt aide receives letter clearing his name

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster signed a letter defending Scott Eckersley's reputation and concluding that Eckersley had offered advice about Missouri's open-records law.

Hickman swimmers find common ground in aerospace club

After swimming together for five years, three Hickman swimmers have discovered another way to spend time together. United by the Columbia Aeronautics and Space Association, the swimmers have fun learning about what it takes to be a part of NASA. 

Schedule shift requires changes for Missouri football team

The Missouri football team travels to Reno to play Nevada in its first true away game, and the Friday night kickoff has thrown several complications into the team's normal game-week schedule. 

Colorado and Oklahoma State football teams rebound

After losses, the Oklahoma State and Colorado football teams both got wins Saturday without their usual starters at running back.

Missouri golfer grows under coach

Missouri golfer Chris Johnson and coach Mark Leroux have known each other since Johnson was in high school. Leroux has seen Johnson go from a brash 16-year-old who got too emotional on the course to a leader for the Tigers.

advertisements