Jim Terry, an art history professor in the liberal arts department at Stephens College, is again the winner of the Show Me the Errors contest. He has been the winner of the contest for three of the four months since the contest started in October.
The mother of a teen who committed suicide after being bullied online encouraged parents to be aware of their children's online activities and teach them to stand up against bullying.
Fraternal twins Allison and Megan Marshall demonstrate their distinct personalities, both on and off the court.
The Columbia Board of Health is holding a meeting Thursday to discuss changes to Columbia's feral cat policies.
Complainants want the board to reconsider Burton's decision that officers acted appropriately when they shocked a man at the downtown Subway with a Taser.
Many degree programs were eliminated, and many more considered for elimination, in an effort to save money at state universities.
Lawmakers to consider alternative sentencing as well as the benefits of current procedures to choose appeals court and urban trial court judges.
Investigators took two computers with pictures and video of children possibly as young as 3 years old.
Junior forward Ernest “L” Dorema had a strong start but was limited by foul trouble in Hickman's 61-40 loss Tuesday at Jefferson City.
Residents and officials discussed both punitive and incentive programs that could curtail behavior causing sewage overflows.
MU's Faculty Council will vote Feb. 17 on a plan that extends the regular semester and condenses finals week to compensate for classes missed during the early February snowstorm.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would allow landlords to ask for a deposit totaling three months' rent.
A bill would include occupational diseases and co-worker-caused injuries as part of workers' compensation coverage.
Sagging television ratings and declining race attendance are still concerns for 2011.
Seven car accidents backed up traffic Wednesday morning in Columbia. Slick roads and increased traffic contributed to the crashes, which resulted in only minor injuries.
Expanded definitions of fetus viability and medical emergency could strengthen Missouri's ban on late-term abortions.
Proposal to replace income tax with increase in sales tax triggers discussion in the House Tax Reform Committee.
The proposed bill will prevent Missouri Department of Social Service caseworkers from leaving a business card at homes of suspected child abusers who do not answer the door. Rep. Shane Shoeller told a committee that leaving business cards could motivate suspects to hide the abuse.
The MU finals schedule will be manipulated to make up some, but not all, of the missed class time caused by Columbia's recent snowstorm.