News budget cuts and a shrinking statehouse press corps may reduce accountability in state government.
Using his training as a lawyer, Michael Jonathan Grinfeld navigates through the minefield that is preparing for a modern wedding.
No. 9 overall seed Missouri is appearing in the NCAA super regional round for the third straight season and sixth time overall. Missouri will play Oregon who upset No. 8 overall seed Georgia Tech in their regional.
As the bride begins to build her future with her new husband, her father reflects on the relationship he has built with his daughter over the past 30-some years and contemplates the forthcoming relationship with his son-in-law.
Caleb Wilfong will be competing in three events for Rock Bridge at this weekend's state track and field championships. Wilfong is the second seed in the 1600-meter run after having the second best time in the state at sectionals last weekend.
The SWAT team drug raid in February should make us question why our laws still consider marijuana use or possession as such a large criminal offense.
A release from the governor's office said flags will be at half staff in Missouri on May 31, the day of Pfc. Jason Fingar's funeral. Flags in Boone County will remain at half-staff for the following week.
Grinfeld's column on Sunday fails to address drug addiction, the deteriorating politics in Mexico and other important issues that American journalism overlooks. Instead, he focuses on Missouri and Arizona.
Hickman, which fielded a bowling team for the first time this year, will send eight bowlers to this year's state tournament.
The Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act will support a clean-energy economy and help ensure national security.
A midseason addition from the junior varsity, sophomore Lexi Bumby has proved to be a major asset in the Rock Bridge girls soccer team's postseason run.
Authorities said that Jimmy Behrle was drunk when he called the police, later resulting in his arrest.
The City of Columbia has purchased foreclosed homes with the intent to rehab them within the next year.
Salute to Veterans 22nd annual airshow invited local veterans to watch as pilots practiced for the weekend's airshow. Navy veteran Ed Brown recalls his time as a pilot and the recognition WWII veterans are receiving.
Missouri is trying again to win a share of federal grant money for the state education program by submitting a new application.
The Rev. Thomas Seifner remains on administrative leave because a Diocesan Review Board deemed that the allegations of sexual abuse of a minor appear to be credible. However, the Cooper County Sheriff's Department has not looked into the allegations because a victim has not come forward.
President Barack Obama insisted that his administration has been "in charge," yet many critics argued that the government's response was slow and unsuccessful in prompting BP to act in a timely manner. Is it time for the federal government to take control, or should this oil leak be BP's mess to clean up?