Higher Education Commissioner Robert Stein outlined potential cuts in education in a letter, but now Missouri's budget director said there might be even less money available.
Landscape Services employees installed a support system in a tree in Peace Park on Tuesday in an attempt to save the tree from removal. A cavity has formed in the tree because of extensive damage from squirrels.
Extensive envisions of new train systems across the country are met with little financial backing. Rail corridors were awarded stimulus cash, but the projects will cost much more than the federal government is willing to front.
Donations totaling more than $90,000 will allow the society to stay open on Fridays and Saturdays.
Sid Sullivan is getting community attention for the city's mayoral race because of his ideas about social justice, quality of life and open communication policy about our local government.
Universities around the country are seeing steep tuition increases this year, following the upward trend.
A Columbia man was in custody Monday evening after fleeing the scene and hiding from police during a narcotics investigation at the Red Roof Inn.
The city will distribute plastic recycling receptacles to several north-side neighborhoods this month and let them use the bins for a year.
Sen. Matt Bartle, R-Lee's Summit, said he thought a $35,000 donation from the adult entertainment industry had something to do with his 2005 anti-porn bill being killed.
Missouri school superintendents want to make it easier to tell others why troubled teachers lost their jobs.
A former Hartsburg resident was extradited Monday from Texas to Boone County. Allen Hause is charged with tampering with a judicial officer in connection for leaving five threatening phone messages for 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin Crane.
A 19-year old MU student said she was raped outside of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house early Saturday morning.
Ten films have been nominated for best picture, instead of the usual five. "Avatar" and "The Hurt Locker" are leading with nominations for best picture and best director.
Barring an unforseen economic turnaround, higher education will continue to see less funding from the state. Here are a few ideas for making the most of the money.
Representatives Ike Skelton and Jo Ann Emerson disagree with the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions.
Police are looking for a young couple who stole a donation jar from a Culver's restaurant in Liberty. A video shows the couple taking the jar, which was clearly marked for the American Red Cross.
City Council decided Monday night that Columbia residents will be allowed to keep six hens per residential lot.
Surely he was joking when Missouri Student Association President Tim Noce suggested purchasing a live tiger mascot for MU home football games. Doing so would be inhumane and a waste of finances.
Republicans use ideology and rhetoric to argue for what they want. President Barack Obama's plans are built on objective consideration of the facts. Republicans will show themselves to be the greatest domestic enemy of the country they claim to love.
The Apple iPad has been involved in plenty of talk, both positive and negative, since its unveiling Wednesday.