Louie Conti, the president of the MU Shooting Club Team, says he thinks his team can take the national title at the Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships from March 30 through April 5 in San Antonio.
Helen Anthony currently holds a seat on the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission and said, if elected, she plans to bring that experience to the Columbia City Council.
Fifth Ward candidate Glen Ehrhardt supports downtown cameras, fostering a business-friendly environment and creating jobs in Columbia.
For the second time this season and fourth time in her career, Missouri's Chelsea Thomas was named the Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Week.
The House gave initial approval to the state budget after cutting $500,000 from the governor's travel budget.
Gov. Jay Nixon said the nearly $1 billion in funding would be used to improve rail service between St. Louis and Kansas City.
March 20 marks 200 years since the frontier artist's birth.
Pam Forbes, Mitch Richards, Fred Schmidt and Darrell Foster answer questions from the Missourian's readers and reporters.
She is one of four candidates on the April 5 ballot for the First Ward City Council seat being vacated by Paul Sturtz.
Richards, who believes in the rights of citizens, opposes the militarization of police operations and drug enforcement. He thinks the government should help drug addicts, not imprison them.
Darrell Foster hopes to bring his history of community activism and commitment to inclusion to Columbia's City Council. Foster is running for the council's First Ward seat.
Schmidt is a native of Columbia and resettled here because he grew tired of giant corporations in California and New York. He's running to represent the First Ward.
Led by Jace Long's winning performance, the Missouri men's golf team won the Arkansas-Little Rock First Tee Classic.
Tuesday night's baseball game between MU and Illinois at at Busch Stadium in St. Louis was postponed because of wet and cold weather.
Technology may simplify the act of connecting and communicating. But what toll does that take on our ability to connect to real people in the real world?
Editor's note: This letter is in response to a guest column by KOMU/Channel 8 General Manager Marty Siddall, which was published by the Columbia Daily Tribune on March 22.
Anthony has the strength, experience and intelligent leadership to make Columbia a better place.
Fred Schmidt will help the city balance between the public good and the private gain.
Richards is an outspoken advocate for civil liberties and government transparency.
Gov. Jay Nixon's office says the application will include a proposal for upgrades to existing lines between St. Louis and Kansas City.