A lack of health care kills more people than terrorism, and the newly approved Protection and Affordable Care Act doesn't quite cut it.
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded two grants totaling more than $14 million to researchers at MU and Texas A&M to study problems facing the agricultural industry.
This week, a group of archivists, scholars, vendors and newspaper editors sat in The Newspaper Archive Summit at Reynolds Journalism Institute.
The Tigers' annual spring scrimmage is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Billy Joe Basinger, 55, had been missing since March 22, 2010.
Fox Sports Net and ESPN will both be in Columbia for the Missouri softball team's series against Oklahoma this weekend. Since the No. 14 Sooners beat the No. 9 Tigers in last season's Big 12 tournament championship game, the Missouri players have been itching for a rematch.
The players have different ways of coping and moving on from bad games, including talking about how to improve.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's campaign has more than $2 million in donations in its bank account. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, a likely opponent for Nixon in the 2012 election, has raised $771,000.
The City Council will debate whether to overturn part of an inspection certificate ordinance passed in January that would allow the Certificate of Compliance to be transferred to a new owner after a rental property is sold without an inspection.
MU football fans will get a chance to hit the Big MO drum Saturday outside Memorial Stadium for a $1 donation that will help fund a new drum.
A Columbia woman was arrested on suspicion of financial exploitation of the elderly/disabled.
Columbia gave $500,000 to the Public Works Administration in order for the group to be eligible for a $2 million loan that would fund the replacement of buses and other means of public transportation.
The work is scheduled to start Monday and, weather permitting, will finish by Friday.
The man went missing in March 2010, and his body was found in August. DNA test results revealed the body was Billy Joe "JR" Basinger of Hartsburg.
This position becomes available upon the appointment of Christine Carpenter as circuit judge.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will add a protected left turn lane on southbound College Avenue and adjust the timing of traffic signals along the road.
A section of St. Charles Road will be closed starting April 25 in conjunction with the Battle High School project.
A new accreditation process for Missouri schools that would monitor students' performances after high school could be postponed for more research in schools statewide.
Gov. Jay Nixon's re-election campaign says fundraising shows strong early support.
Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith has added former Murray State assistant Isaac Chew to his coaching staff.