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Many lawmakers tell us that an increase in the minimum wage will discourage businesses from coming to Missouri, but service jobs have to stay where the customers are.
A new City Council candidate could have a greater impact on improving the First Ward than a new massive $14 million parking garage.
True/False is becoming an increasingly popular festival for film connoisseurs and movie enthusiasts. But you don't have to be an expert to go to any of the 43 films showing this year. Which True/False films do you think people should see and why?
The First Amendment doesn't require a taste test — it requires tolerance of controversial views.
Hundreds of masked moviegoers attended the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala on Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre Center of the Arts. Born of an idea in 2003, the festival has grown into an annual event that's in its eighth year. Documentary enthusiasts descend on Columbia for a weekend of the arts. Additional reporting of the event is available at Vox Magazine.
The scene around the True/False box office was busy with people seeking to purchase documentary film tickets.
Columbia police said evidence links Todd Rehkop tothe sexual assault that occurred on Conley Road on Tuesday night.
The 6.2 percent increase was because of higher tax collections. From July 2010 through February 2011, tax collections totaled $4.48 billion, compared to $4.22 billion in the same time frame a year earlier.
The second-seeded Cougars earned a trip to the AMC semifinal round by beating the seventh-seeded Trojans 63-45.
Cougars' pitcher Valerie Teter threw a perfect game and hit two home runs in Columbia College's 8-0 victory over the Westminster Blue Jays.
The people were awarded for a number of reasons, including working towards improving food in Columbia schools and educating people about diabetes.
Haitian activists discuss the effect nongovernmental organizations are having on rebuilding Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
This year's theme is Trees/Forest, and anyone is welcome to participate, whether in the parade or on the sidelines. Two sisters are preparing by recreating some of the old props that were damaged by flooding.
Despite the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to protect the free speech of protesters at funerals, the Missouri House presses on to approve legislation to limit demonstrations.
The project would widen the road by 4 feet for a seven-mile stretch. It would cost $2 million dollars and be completed by fall 2012.
The coalition is working under a $400,000 grant and thinks improved public transportation will improve the public's health.
A 20-person advisory committee will assist the University of Missouri System Presidential Search Committee in determining qualifications for the system's next president.
Union leaders attribute the relative weakness of government-worker unions to the fact that they only received the right to bargain collectively four years ago.
About 13,000 Missouri residents might lose their benefits if the renewal bill is not passed by April 2, but critics think passing the bill would increase the national debt.