TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the Winter Olympic Games put more restrictions in place to protect athletes?
Olympic officials said the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili on Friday was a result of human error. The debate is over whether or not more safety restrictions could prevent future deaths.
Lawmakers are looking to ban synthetic marijuana, a substance that mimics the effects and is currently legal.
Most MU professors who assign textbooks they've penned don't do it for the fortune, they do it for the fame – or at least the chance at tenure.
No arrests were made in an early morning scuffle Saturday involving two starting Missouri football players and a freshman quarterback.
The UM System, which spends about $300 million a year on employee benefits, is asking staff and faculty what they value most about their compensation.
Caitlin Giddings discusses Gerald Boyd's new book where he reveals his experience as an African-American journalist. Boyd attended the Misosuri School of Journalism and won three Pulitzer Prizes while at the New York Times.
The Columbia City Council voted Monday night to table an ordinance that would loosen the city's noise restrictions in the downtown area. Council members said they need more time for research.
The five-member board will have four members appointed by the council and one appointed by the MU chancellor.
The Columbia City Council met for the last time on the fourth floor of the old Daniel Boone Building to recognize the history and progress made there for 34 years.
Central Missouri Community Action won key funding from the city for its effort to build housing for homeless youths on Monday night, but it still awaits more help from the city and state.
The Boys and Girls club is working to bring in more funding in an attempt to better serve Columbia's youth.
Although there is not a direct correlation between speed and injury, sports with greater speeds tended to have more injuries based on numbers from the Turin games.
Monsanto, a private agricultural technology company donated money to the Saturday Morning Science lecture series, a free program that gives attendees an opportunity to learn about science through interactive talks.
Hickman and Rock Bridge students will hold a joint fundraiser for Haiti at 7 p.m., Feb. 16 at the Rock Bridge High School Planetarium. The event will raise money for Doctors Without Borders and Partners in Health.
With schools closing in observance of President's Day, some children participated in "Doctor Day," YouZeum's School's Out program on Monday. The event offers education and entertainment for children on days when school is out of session.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, said mid-Missouri emergency rooms have treated adolescents complaining of negative effects.
Bill Wickersham, an MU peace studies professor, has self-published a citizen's guide to nuclear disarmament with the help of graduate student Jared Gassen.
"Reflections" Poetry Society will allow members to discuss their work together, as well as perform in Poetry Jam sessions.
The ECCO Lounge reopened Monday after a renovation that included cleaning the original pressed-tin ceiling. The restaurant has been at the same location for more than 150 years.
His paintings featured frontier life along the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, and he served as a state representative, treasurer and adjutant general.