TODAY'S QUESTION: Should Columbia lower fluoride levels in its drinking water to meet new federal recommendations?
Fluoride levels in Columbia’s drinking water are higher than a new recommendation from the EPA and Department of Health and Human Services.
The recently retired U.S. senator would be an excellent choice to become the new president of the University of Missouri System.
Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson is 0-4 against Texas A&M, making the Aggies the only Big 12 team the Tigers haven't beaten under Anderson.
Retired Rev. Dick Blount was honored with an award at the Columbia Values Diversity Awards celebration and sees it as a stepping stone for the community.
A bus driver, bus monitor and 28 children were inside a First Student bus when the engine caught fire.
It's been an up and down season for the Missouri women's basketball team, so it's hard to know what to expect when No. 7 Texas A&M plays the Tigers on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri might be without junior forward Christine Flores, who averages 15.4 points per game.
Farmer and engineer Bob Lannert began developing the TowPlow, which clears 25 feet of snow at a time and decreases the need for salt, in 2000.
The Beauty and the Beast, a simultaneous competition at Hearnes Center featuring the MU gymnastics and wrestling teams, will require the complete focus and attention of even the greenest competitors.
Watson, a computer with artificial intelligence, won a short practice round ahead of a million-dollar tournament that will be televised on "Jeopardy!" next month.
Before the Tyrannosaurus rex, there was the Eodromaeus — a 4-foot-long hunter that set the stage for a fearsome giant.
The decision by Nixon amounts to a little more than 10 percent of the $70 million he withheld from schools when the budget year began July 1.
Nixon's budget director Linda Luebbering said Missouri revenues are still forecast to fall short of the original budget.
The Columbia Property Managers Against Crime Summit addressed concerns related to drugs, slumlords, eviction and communication.
Thirty MU Children's Hospital patients created a quilt to be displayed at PACE Youth Theatre's performance of "The Yellow Boat," which premiers Friday.
The new owners of the building that houses The Villager plan to convert a large portion of the three-story space into luxury apartments.
Columbia Public Schools is facing up to an 18 percent reduction in state revenue, which accounts for 33 percent of the district’s budget.
PACE, a children's acting group, will perform "The Yellow Boat," a play based on the true story of a child's battle with AIDS during the 1980s. PACE hopes to educate the Columbia community about the issue.
Event coordinator Carla Marroquin said Columbia is vulnerable to human trafficking because it lies on an interstate and because of the high numbers of students who might lack funds.
Under the Access Missouri program, 46,000 Missouri students would receive scholarships for the spring 2011 semester.
An earlier column by George Kennedy failed to point out that all Columbia citizens will end up paying to widen Broadway between Garth Avenue and West Boulevard.