Chancellor Brady Deaton said the possibility of consolidating and merging programs does not suggest reducing faculty.
Qian Jianguo, a Chinese kite creator and painter, and his wife, Lang Fenglian, who also paints kites, were invited by the Columbia Friends of China to participate in this year’s One Sky One World International Kite Fly for Peace on Sunday at Cosmo-Bethel Park.
Be creative this year and avoid those longtime Halloween costumes that don't make sense.
The senior outside hitter used her signature attack to add 14 kills in the defeat.
The junior safety, in his third year with the Missouri football team, has noticeably improved for the 2010 season and is on pace to have a breakout season.
Autumn color is finding its way into the leaves of Columbia's trees.
If the Republicans win a majority in either house of Congress, they would do well to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors.
The 88-year-old golf enthusiast offers encouragement and finances to women's golf in the state of Missouri.
Lynch, the 24th president of Stephens College, was hired at Stephens in June 2009, with her main goal being to continue the progression and growth of the institution. Thus far, it has been everything that she has expected, and more.
Recycling has increased 49 percent in designated pilot areas since February but only 2 percent citywide.
A cartoon depiction of Chris Koster on his state website directs viewers to tips about safety to parents, educators, children and teenagers.
Veeda Javaid emphasizes education's role in promoting social change in Pakistan.
The boat was carrying more than 8,000 gallons of diesel.
There is a lot of anticipation for the final Big 12 Conference meeting between the two teams.
The videos can be found on the city website and cover a variety of topics, including the mounted patrol team, the forensic evidence team and traffic stops.
Six businesses that formed as a result of technology developed at Missouri universities will give presentations during the event.
The tests are part of a five-year environmental study at the Lake of the Ozarks.
The third week of October is the predicted peak of fall color.
The YouZeum opened in 2008, but over the years failed to reach anticipated attendance numbers. Its last day is Oct. 16.
City Manager Bill Watkins announced his plans for retirement at a news conference Tuesday morning. What do you think the City Council should look for in its next city manager?