The way Trayvon Martin's family, friends and supporters reacted to the unsatisfactory ramifications by the legislative branch teaches us that we can become dynamic citizens.
John Hall shares photographs of his mid-Missouri surroundings in late March.
The five candidates for two seats on the council filed their paperwork on Monday with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
A trial judge has struck down the ballot summary for a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution that would have cleared the way for requiring voters to show photo identification.
The Missouri Department of Conservation says a mild winter and early spring could help turkey hunters in the long run.
A ceremony is planned for April 7 to unveil six new Trail of Tears National Historic Trail signs and 21 Greene County historic markers.
Two men held up Hong Kong Restaurant, 106 Business Loop 70 W., on Wednesday night by brandishing a handgun.
If an accident is caused by negligence, carelessness or intoxication, the punishment should fit the severity of the offense.
The family of a homeless woman who died in jail after being arrested for refusing to leave an emergency room wants answers from the hospital and police.
Two members of the Rotary Club of Columbia traveled to India and immunized children against polio.
The Environmental Protection Agency will work with all of the stakeholders to clean up the Hinkson Creek through the Collaborative Adaptive Management plan.
Candidates support asking MU to help pay for a more extensive, student-centric bus system. However, they are split on how much the city should subsidize bus operating costs from its own budget.
Kim Presko, principal at Oakland Junior High School, has a sentimental tie to her future school, Battle High School: Muriel Battle hired her as a math teacher at West Junior High School in 1990.
The Tigers won 4-2 and 7-0 Wednesday at University Field, but coach Ehren Earleywine said he was not satisfied with his team.
The justices' decision, due this June, will affect the way virtually every American receives and pays for care. The court wrapped up public arguments Wednesday on the overhaul, which is designed to extend health insurance to most of the 50 million Americans now without it.
Barbara Hoppe has demonstrated that she can bring neighbors, homeowners, studentsand businesses together to find common solutions that benefit everyone.