Downtown cameras are expensive and don't work to solve crimes, while the proposal to nullify provisions of a federal health care bill is unconstitutional.
The city of Columbia has agreed to a settlement with Phillip Lee McDuffy, who was seriously injured in July 2008 after being shocked with a Taser and falling off an Interstate 70 overpass.
Mizzou Families Involved Together, or MIZFIT, a new MU student organization aims to bring student parents together and advocate for their needs. MU doesn't track the number of student parents on campus, but if MU’s student-parent population corresponded to the national average, this would translate to more than 2,500 undergraduate student parents and nearly 2,000 graduate student parents.
The Missouri reserves outscored the entire Texas-Pan American team in the Tigers' 83-34 victory Thursday night at Mizzou Arena. Bailey Gee and Christine Flores led the team with 14 points apiece, pushing the Tigers' record to 6-2.
A lawsuit has been filed against Garth Coleman Builders, Inc. The suit alleges that the company allowed contaminants to enter a tributary of Rocky Fork Creek.
In a perfect scenario, freshman Travis Jorgenson would be providing a spark off the bench for the Rock Bridge boys basketball team. That all changed when regular point guard junior Justin Miller was diagnosed with a stress fracture.
After being plagued by injuries throughout her Missouri career, senior Amanda Hanneman is finally healthy and leads the Tigers this season with 25 3-pointers.
If the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program is not renewed, 53,048 Missourians will lose federal unemployment benefits between January and March, according to the study. Nationwide, more than 3.2 million will be affected.
Downtown surveillance cameras have proven their effectiveness around the world and won't violate anyone's right to privacy. Why, then, are local officials opposed to installing them in Columbia?
The Hickman girls basketball team lost 39-31 to Pembroke Hill on Thursday at the Blue Springs tournament.
Hanukkah begins Friday and continues until sundown eight days later. Many of the items used to observe Hanukkah are also symbols of the story.
Mid-Missourians may want to stop taking anti-inflammatory medicines when getting the H1N1 vaccine, according to a recent study.
Keith Sparks, MU junior, interned in the sports medicine department to help with his physical therapy major, but is now considering sports medicine as a career.
Kansas' attorney general filed a revised capital murder complaint against James Kraig Kahler, a former Columbia, Mo., city official. Another murder was added to the charges against him after one of the people he shot died in the hospital.
According to one graduate of Missouri's drug courts, the program helped save her life and win back custody of her children. Some critics of drug courts, however, say they treat drug addiction as a crime, not a mental health issue.
State officials are not considering asking Missouri's attorney general to sue credit rating agencies to try to recover losses to state pension funds.
Residents volunteered more hours in fiscal year 2009 than ever before recorded in Columbia.
After finding marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a Columbia home, police arrested four men. Police went to the home to look for a suspect in a fraud case.
The rebate program will be launched concurrently with Missouri’s next annual "Show Me Green Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday" on April 19, 2010.
Senator Claire McCaskill suggested Tuesday that unused bailout funds could be used to create a subsidized federal direct loan program to help small businesses grow.