Missourian readers debate voter initiatives, wasteful government and wartime spending, Fourth Amendment violations and outsourcing in this week's comments.
After a hot week, temperatures dropped into the 70s on Sunday.
Missourian photographers captured moments from events in Columbia last week, including the first weekend of college football, the last day of Ramadan and the opening of Columbia's first Catholic high school.
The Mizzou Network will be an Internet-based channel with broadcasts of the school's Olympic sports along with behind-the-scenes glimpses into previously off-limits activities such as football practices.
The Tigers got a positive start to their series of road matches by beating Texas Christian University.
"City Green: The District" is a federal grant that will encourage Columbia businesses to be more environmentally friendly.
A boat driven by Christopher Winkler, 33, of Jefferson City traveled over two boats, killing two and injuring three others.
A decade later, educators across the country are trying to contextualize 9/11 for an audience too young to remember.
Part-time workers who want full-time work and people who stopped looking for jobs are also competing with the unemployed for jobs.
Missouri lawmakers will likely repeal the low-income tax credit that benefits senior citizens and the disabled on Tuesday.
Three artists who have been working on 9/11 exhibits will show off their work in exhibitions commemorating the 10th anniversary.
With the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaching, Michael Arad's memorial is ready to be built.
Reporters filed information requests in more than 100 countries to investigate how many people had been put behind bars under anti-terror laws enacted following the 9/11 attacks. The number: at least 35,000.
Histories of political persecution have led several Latin American nations to resist anti-terror laws, frustrating those countries — including the United States — who consider terrorism to be a growing global concern.
Missouri beat Miami (Ohio) 17-6 on Saturday, taking Tigers fans' minds off of conference realignment for a day.
Visitors to the Missourian's website read stories about Missouri football, Ramadan, the sentencing of James Kraig Kahler and Columbia's first Catholic high school.