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When it comes to the long view, Eddie Cook has it

Eddie Cook has been a part of the Columbia Missourian for 50 years, and that's worth recognizing.

GUEST COMMENTARY: On Veterans Day, remember sacrifices, cemeteries and soldiers

On Veterans Day, people should respect and honor the bravery of those who have served and sacrificed in America's armed forces.

Moore, Paul look to impress in Missouri basketball exhibition opener

Missouri basketball proved that its press is here to stay, making fast work of Truman State during a 96-33 win in front of 8,120 – including a nearly-full student section – at Mizzou Arena.

The Beat: Columbia Citizens Police Review Board

Columbia Missourian editor Katherine Reed and reporter Tram Whitehurst joined KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the new board.

Stephens College opens Kickoff Classic with win over Manhattan Christian

MU soccer falls in semifinals of Big 12 Tournament

Ronald McDonald House to relocate

Columbia's Ronald McDonald House is set to relocate as part of a plan to consolidate MU Health Care's children's services.

Today's question: Do you support same-sex partner benefits at MU?

Despite ongoing discussion since the 2008 Mizzou Diversity Summit, there has been no decision made on whether or not MU faculty and staff's insurance packages should be extended to same-sex partners.

GUEST COMMENTARY: It's time to end Taser use in Columbia

After two local incidents involving Tasers, in which one resulted in the death of Stanley Harlan, it's finally time to rid Columbia of Tasers.

UPDATE: Fort Hood shooting leaves 13 dead; suspect hospitalized

Military officials are trying to piece together what might have pushed Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the suspected shooter, to turn on his comrades.

Where your legislators stand on the health care debate

Look at a breakdown of some of the key issues and where Missouri senators and representatives stand on pieces of health care reform.

Moment of silence at MU for Fort Hood victims

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates asked military personnel and others to pause for a minute at 1:34 p.m., a day after an Army psychiatrist killed 12 soldiers and one civilian.

Man accused in drive-by shooting arrested in Tennessee

William Darnell McNeary was arrested in Tennessee last Wednesday. Columbia police said he shot a 15-year-old in July in a drive-by-shooting.

UPDATE: Investigators unsure of motive in Orlando office tower shooting

Everyone who was shot was in the offices of Reynolds Smith & Hills, on the eighth floor. The five survivors were in stable condition, Orlando Police Chief Val Demings said.

UPDATE: Family, friends and co-workers speak about Hasan

The Army psychiatrist who is a suspect in the assault at Fort Hood, Texas, that killed 13 people and hurt 30 had trouble interacting with some of his patients, a former boss said.

UPDATE: Orlando office tower gunman apprehended

Police in Orlando apprehended the gunman at his mother's home. Former Reynolds, Smith & Hill employee Jason Rodriguez, 40, was released from the transportation engineering consulting firm in June 2007 for performance issues.

Fort Hood victims had different reasons for enlisting

Among the 13 people killed during the shooting Thursday at Fort Hood, Texas, were individuals who had different reasons for joining the military, but the same desire to serve their country.

UPDATE: Former employee opens fire at Orlando office tower

Eight people have been reported injured. The gunman has not been apprehended.

Orlando office building locked down after shooting

The office building is being evacuated after shots were fired. Orlando Police say multiple people have been hurt.

SLIDESHOW: Ronald McDonald House fashion fundraiser

A fundraising event for the new Ronald McDonald House was held at the Ingredient restaurant in downtown Columbia on November 5. The event was fashion show sponsored by Factory Green a local business that produces clothing in ways that eco-friendly. The event raised money by selling the clothing that was modeled during the show. Tickets were $20 and all proceeds went to the new Ronald McDonald House.

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