MU Director of Athletics Mike Alden answered a wide variety of questions Wednesday night at an event sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. The open forum included talk of potential renovations to Memorial Stadium.
Fortunately, we can eliminate coal and continue to power the country. MU is already accomplishing great things to phase out coal and lead the way into the clean energy future responsibly, but it should strive to be a national leader.
In the era of the Internet, secrets are no longer secret. Numerous websites have emerged allowing people to submit their most private thoughts. But what is the appeal of anonymous secret-telling?
The confusion of journalism with commentary has caused some to distrust journalism.
Dave Christensen, in his first year as head coach at Wyoming, is upset with an 0-2 start.
A pilot died in Tuesday's crash on his way home to Alaska by way of Kansas.
T.J. Wheeler visited Grant Elementary students this week for the third year, as a part of his international Hope, Heroes and the Blues program. A group of students will perform with him at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.
In an effort to attract seniors to the idea of a health care reform, Democrats are prodding AARP to support their cause.
The Republican from Napton says veteran Rep. Ike Skelton has recently become more liberal, belying his reputation as a conservative Democrat.
The center distributed the remaining 244 tickets it had in a morning rush of people who asked for them.
A plane crashed near Millersburg on Tuesday, killing the pilot. No one else was on board.
Two major Columbia trail projects will receive previously allocated federal funds, MoDOT assured GetAbout Columbia on Tuesday.
Tickets bought in advance are $10 for a one-day pass and $15 for a weekend pass. Tickets bought during the show will cost $15 for a one-day pass and $25 for a weekend pass.
The Voluntary Action Center received the tickets from the city as partial compensation from festival organizer Thumper Entertainment for providing security and cleaning services. They have given away 110 tickets of the 354 they received.
Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ has become a staple of Columbia. Residents and visitors look forward to this time of the year. Starting this year, there's new addition to the event: admission.
Orlando Hadley, 40 of St. Louis county, is facing charges for six counts of recklessly risking infection of another with HIV.
The teenager, who weighed 383 pounds, collapsed and died during football practice in August.
The motorcyclist ran a stop sign and was hit by a truck. Police said they were trying to stop him for a traffic violation.