"Global Journalist" speaks with the filmmakers behind acclaimed documentaries "Burma VJ" and "The Cove" about their work and their approach to the genre. They're joined by a co-founder of Columbia's True/False Film Festival.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Does scandal in the athletics department affect your support of the Missouri Tigers?
The Missouri athletics department has had its share of scandal in recent years, with the most recent debacle involving a question of sexual assault and MU running back Derrick Washington.
Columbia Independent School's annual back-to-school balloon launch was a first for pre-kindergartner Claire Opie and a last for senior Abbi Cleavinger.
The new street signs, made possible by a $5,000 donation from the Mizzou Alumni Association, have become a popular target for thefts on the MU campus.
"Puppy Mill Cruelty" is a moniker crafted to incite emotion and fear. The proposed ballot initiative will adversely affect the state's professional kennels and the good families who run them.
After 40 seasons, Ernie Hays said he is calling it quits to enjoy some time with "the fishing pole."
After tests in California found traces of two bacterias in Morningland Dairy cheese, production and distribution has been halted. The Mountain View-based company is cooperating with state officials.
Officials say Brother William Mueller, now in his 70s and living in San Antonio, will pay damages to Bryan Bacon.
Tom Krause, now a motivational speaker, was the starting center on the 1974 state champions.
Sophomore setter Paula Ferreira and senior libero Tally Mattos have already emerged early in the season and should help the transition to a new year.
Historians agree the first battle involving black troops was Island Mound in Missouri when the 1st Kansas Colored Troops fought Confederate raiders. Missouri has acquired the land for a state historic site.
Hundreds of rally participants will enjoy quirky games and planned rides at Columbia's H.O.G. Rally through Sunday.
Hickman won both of its games in the Troy Tournament on Friday night, 2-1 and 4-2.
Federal stimulus dollars will help weatherize 50 more homes in Central Missouri each year.
Council members voted to give the Isle of Capri's proposal a "preferred developer" status. Cape Girardeau residents will vote Nov. 2 on whether to allow the casino.
No, you won't be able to see Mars clearly without a telescope.
Mable Cole, 91, has hand-crafted 1,045 quilts in her lifetime, and shows no sign of stopping her hobby.
The Care to Learn fund is entering its third school year after two years of success. Doug Pitt, with the help of donations from outside sources including his brother, actor Brad Pitt, has helped fill more than 25,000 requests for poverty stricken children in Missouri.
Kansas state wildlife officials fear troublesome Asain carp could be spreading from the Kansas and Missouri rivers and their tributaries to lakes and reservoirs because of unknowing anglers. The fish are only 10 inches long right now but can grow to more to 100 pounds.
Missouri filmmaker Mark Horvath is using a $50,000 grant from Pepsi to tell the stories of homeless people across the country. Once homeless himself, Horvath knows first-hand the challenges of his subjects, and wants to educate the world though his website invisiblepeople.tv.