Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany took questions on Tuesday at his conference's annual spring meetings in Chicago.
Mistakes were made during an ill-fated Feb. 11 SWAT incident, but let's give the man in charge a chance to fix the problems before we criticize.
The information technology giant is expected to bring 800 jobs to town.
Rock Bridge finished second Tuesday at the boys golf state tournament, beating third-place DeSmet in a tiebreaker.
Columbia residents Dwayne Miller and Joe Bechtold participate in a sport called adventure racing. It's similar to triathlons except competitors make their own track.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team advanced to the title game of the Class 3, District 9 tournament with a 3-0 victory over tournament host Timberland on Tuesday in Wentzville.
The state budget director announced Tuesday that nearly $350 million in additional cuts will be needed for the 2011 fiscal year. Higher education will likely be safe from the cuts because of the tuition-freeze agreement reached in November.
Panera Bread Co. has opened a nonprofit store in Clayton where customers are told to donate what they want for a meal.
Carnahan, currently the secretary of state, is running for the U.S. Senate. The tour is to outline her three-point plan for fixing the problems she sees in Washington, D.C.
Stella Pruitt, a sixth-grader at Smithton Middle School, was chosen by Google as a top 40 finalist in a competition to design a Google logo.
Germion Forrest, 16, has been charged in connection with a Feb. 28 purse-snatching at Forest Village Apartments. The police are still searching for two suspects.
Ray Puri and Bill Tillotson won five-year terms on the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Bible says not to promote prayer in public.
Some of the biggest job gains were in sectors for leisure and hospitality, administrative and support services and manufacturing.
Here are a few lessons learned from a lifetime of attending weddings, anniversaries, graduations and bridal showers.
The public will have a chance to comment on the "Project Tiger" deal at 6 p.m. Monday.
Sens. Kit Bond and Claire McCaskill and Reps. Todd Akin and Russ Carnahan want to see the Super Hornet, which is made at a plant in suburban St. Louis, included in the Navy budget.
The rented office space is the first step toward a center that will include university research and economic development offices.
According to a Columbia Police Department press release, the United Church of Christ might have been a victim of a phone call scam for money.
Openings include the Board of Health, Community Development Commission, Library District Board, the Parks and Recreation Commission and several others. Applications will be accepted until June 4.