The Cougars are now 6-3 this season.
The lawsuit from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission comes in the wake of accusations that a former employee was fired unlawfully and a current employee was demoted unlawfully.
The proposed ordinance would limit who controls SWAT raids and how operations should be conducted by police.
Columbia is not meeting the demands for downtown housing, according to Carrie Gartner, executive director for The District.
The public is invited to a meeting on Tuesday to talk about Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. The annual meeting is a chance for people to say what they think about the park's operations.
The One Nation March will host several Missouri branches of the NAACP for its demonstration on Saturday in Washington, D.C.
Oct. 9's game is scheduled for 6 p.m. Do you prefer home football games starting at night or in the afternoon?
Is reintroducing elk to Missouri a good idea? According to one reader, it will cause more harm than good for the state.
The Missourian looks for the life story beyond the sparse facts of a standard obituary. But in doing so, do reporters unfairly invade families' privacy?
Out-of-state money is providing fuel to the campaigns of Proposition B and Amendment 3.
Paul Kanago's Grillers in the Mist compete for the promise of a good time at the barbecue competition.
The renewed employment with the state comes three years after authorities detained roughly two dozen of the Sam's Janitorial employees in an immigration raid on the Truman Building in Jefferson City. The state canceled nine contracts with the cleaning service and added the company to a no-hire list.
Fifty competitors are vying for thousands of dollars in prize money and handmade trophies in the BBQ competition.
Participants were able to portray police officers in several simulated police scenarios and decide how they would act.
State public defenders' budget is causing problems as caseloads increase and staff levels remain the same.
The festival's first night, featuring a bevy of food choices and musicians, went off smoothly.
Beginning this school year, a five-year $375 million grant is being divided among 28 programs that have been proven to lower the pregnancy rate among participants, no matter their focus.
Recent elections in Venezuela, the overthrow of the Honduran president in 2009 and doubts expressed about the Cuban model of government, the left wing seems to have faltered. What is the state of Latin American politics and how do they impact the world?
Retailers are projected to add between 550,000 and 650,000 jobs this holiday season, a significant increase from last year.
Some people are cutting back or looking to school as a shelter during the recession. The gap between the country's wealthy and poor is wider than ever and it's often widest in college towns.