Remakes point to a lack of originality in Hollywood.
Professors from the MU Law School and political science department discussed the Supreme Court case, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The forum was held in celebration of Constitution Day.
The chancellor of the five-campus Metropolitan Community College system said he would be reviewing security across the system to identify improvements that can be made after the Tuesday stabbing at Penn Valley Community College. Casey Brezik, the student arrested for the stabbing, made his first court appearance Wednesday.
Michael Landy, who worked for both Columbia-based OATS Inc. and the New Life Bible Church of Easton in St. Joseph, abused a girl over a four-year period starting when she was 13. The organization and church want the girl's parents to be held partially responsible in a lawsuit filed by the victim.
The player hopes to move forward after allegations and controversy of improper benefits.
The sweep moved the Cougars to 10-1 on the season, and 2-0 in conference.
The Missouri volleyball team defeated Texas Tech on Wednesday in Lubbock, Texas to give Missouri head coach Wayne Kreklow his 100th victory with the Tigers.
The first-year Jayhawks coach overcomes early challenges to help his team get back on track.
Members of the Boone County Commission met Wednesday with the architectural and builder representatives for the renovation project.
The Hickman softball team defeated New Franklin 19-9 Wednesday at Cosmopolitan Park in Columbia.