A comparison of current and proposed dog breeding laws

Two laws define the standards of care licensed breeders must meet: the Animal Care Facilities Act, which is a state statute, and the Animal Welfare Act, which is a federal law.

Prop B elicits strong emotions as vote nears

Supporters of the proposal on the Nov. 2 ballot say Missouri has a serious problem with abusive dog breeders that can only be addressed through legislation. Some breeders fear that the legislation would put them out of business.

GEORGE KENNEDY: No easy answers to zoning dispute at West and Broadway

Zoning disputes, like this one, may become more common if the city gets denser rather than expands outward.

Colorado looks to overcome Missouri, road-game drought

Colorado, which has been outscored 177-40 in the past four games against Missouri, hopes to break its losing streak against the Tigers on Saturday.

Red Roof shooter pleads guilty to second-degree murder

Blake Logan pleaded guilty Thursday at a pretrial conference a day before the one-year anniversary of Nicole Crumby's murder..

COLUMN: 'Virtual' appearances can result in identity crisis

Have you Googled yourself recently? You may find out more about yourself than you thought you could know.

TODAY'S QUESTION: What do you think about the new Facebook features?

Facebook introduced several new features Wednesday designed to help users better control their privacy.

Columbia College soccer player welcomes freshman from Japan

Ryo Okubo, a freshman midfielder who came to the Cougars men's soccer team from Japan, has developed a close friendship with Brian Eike, a junior midfielder who has adopted Okubo like a younger brother.

Leftwich's kicks lift Hickman football team

Standout Hickman football player Wesley Leftwich has turned heads with a powerful kicking leg as often as he has with his blazing speed at wide receiver.

Sectional win sends Rock Bridge girls golfers to state tournament

The Rock Bridge girls golf team qualified for the state tournament as a team for the second straight year by winning their sectional tournament Thursday in Sedalia.

Biden to raise money for Carnahan Senate bid in visit Thursday

Vice President Joe Biden visits Missouri to raise money for Robin Carnahan, Missouri's Secretary of State. She is trailing behind Republican U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt.  

P&Z will not advise about East Area Plan at work session

The commission felt its positions on the East Area Plan and Richland Road rezoning request were clear. The work session is the first time the City Council will consider the East Area plan. The commission voted twice not to recommend the Richland Road proposal to the council.

Love Your Body Day encourages self-acceptance

Love Your Body Day, part of the weeklong Love Your Body Project, took place on MU's Lowry Mall on Thursday.

Hartsburg's 19th Annual Pumpkin Festival to be held this weekend

Hartsburg will be full of people and pumpkins on Saturday and Sunday.

Missouri Technology Expo highlighted local technologies and research

About 300 people, including scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and investors, attended the Expo, which was the first of its kind in Missouri. The Expo's aim was to inspire investment in local technologies.

Coaching job keeps former MU soccer player involved in sport

Former Missouri soccer player Kristin Andrighetto says she feels connected to soccer through being a volunteer student coach for the Tigers.

Park sales tax extension would allow for Cosmo Park improvements

Improvements would include a renovation of the Steinberg Playground, adding lights to two fields and building a permanent bathroom.

MU receives $7.6 million for botanical research center

The center will study five herbal medicines to determine their effectiveness.

Superhero organizers have new world record to beat

"Be a Superhero for Columbia Public Schools" event seeks to break record of largest gathering of superheroes, which was just set at 1,580 at the promotion for the movie "Megamind."

Trigger and Bullet on display again in Branson

Trigger, a horse, and Bullet, a dog, were stars of Roy Rogers' movies and televisions shows. They were preserved by a taxidermist and will be at the RFD-TV The Theatre.