TODAY'S QUESTION: Should Missouri eliminate the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine?
Missouri's sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine offenses stands at a 75-to-1 ratio, but one representative plans on removing it.
Competition makes for odd companions. Hope springs for a record snow. Bracketology can make Jayhawk lovers out of the most loyal MU fans. Reporters chase their tails in the Mike Anderson Hog Watch.
Gov. Jay Nixon and Attorney General Chris Koster are in favor of requiring prescriptions for cold medicines containing a key ingredient to making methamphetamine, but radio ads by a health industry group target their proposed bill.
Columbia's past relationship with its sister city, Hakusan, Japan, has been rekindled with the earthquake and tsunami disasters.
Dorothy May Hill Varian's legacy lives on through her daughter and granddaughter to preserve the vital roles of women in society.
Missouri and Oklahoma will try to play two games Friday and avoid bad weather forecast for Saturday.
The Tigers held the Sooners to one earned run in the games.
Study Island rewards students with blue ribbons for completing academic challenges online.
This weekend's snowy forecast could make this July to June period the snowiest on record in Columbia.
Any farmers who suffered physical and production losses caused by the winter disaster are eligible for the loans.
First Presbyterian Church was damaged about a month ago when a car crashed through the front window of the church.
Five educators received in-class visits from a group of Columbia Public Schools administrators, who presented them with awards from the Columbia Fund for Academic Excellence.
High school students who have taken the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test are eligible for the program.
The Consumer Healthcare Products Association is running radio ads against a law requiring a doctor's prescription for medications containing pseudoephedrine.
While keeping free speech and free press rights in mind, professionals from the legal field are examining ways to unmask anonymous speakers who make libelous statements.
The state's searchable campaign finance records now include those of committees formed to support or oppose ballot measures.
Mike Anderson's departure from the Missouri men's basketball team showed he had little regard for the team he has left behind.
Terrell Edwards, 28, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon in the March 12 death of 24-year-old Cortez Bellamy.
Family stories and online research have revealed two different families' ties to the state's divided history. Digitized records and sites such as ancestry.com make genealogical research simpler than ever.
W.R. O'Riley's lighthearted card to a high school friend was misplaced in an Omaha, Neb., post office and recently returned to him.