A food safety bill that could give the government more power to prevent foodborne illnesses has become a target of advocates for buying food produced locally.
The Transportation Security Administration faces public anger for a pat-down search it added to its airport security measures. What do you think of the TSA's position?
Some MU students will collect shoes for the non-profit Shoeman Water Projects at Speakers Circle on today until 2 p.m.
State health and emergency management officials are promoting Wednesday at Winter Weather Awareness Day. They are urging the public to be prepared for the cold.
MU researchers Kristin Bilyeu and Grover Shannon led a research team that discovered naturally occurring genes for a soybean which includes an oil the food industry has coveted for decades.
Local attorney Glen Ehrhardt emphasizes economic development, public safety and upholding neighborhoods in his campaign.
The number of Missourians studying abroad also increased, according to a national report.
The expansion doesn't necessarily mean the selection of bubble teams will get any easier.
John Wesley Jones spent two days on the run before being recaptured Wednesday morning near St. Louis . Another man remains at large.
John Wesley Jones, who escaped the Lincoln County Jail on Monday, was found weaponless hiding in a cul-de-sac rental home in Swansea, Ill.
In observance of the holiday, city services and offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 25.
San Francisco's move to ban toys in fast-food kid meals is an assault on parental authority and a step onto a slippery slope of government nannying.
The school principal e-mailed parents on Monday about the increased safety measures, which were implemented after a man was arrested on suspicion of trespassing last week.