Considering the legitimate negative effects of burning coal on campus, MU needs to find clean energy solutions that will benefit the school and the community.
Through popular music, worship activities and conversation, The Altar at Olivet Christian Church looks to engage worshippers in new ways.
The Chiefs used the No. 11 pick in the NFL Draft to take a mammoth run stuffer whose raw ability and impressive numbers from the scouting combine trumped his modest on-field production in college.
The St. Louis Rams expect to address their most pressing need, wide receiver, on Day 2 of this year's NFL Draft.
Students, law enforcement and other community members met Thursday night to talk about the dangers of underage drinking and ways to prevent it.
Former mayor and state Rep. Robert C. Smith has been selected to receive the fourth annual Howard B. Lang Jr. Award for outstanding volunteer service to the city of Columbia.
The donation will create the Allcorn Doctoral Fellowship, a permanent endowment, for doctoral students in the Harry S. Truman School of Public Affairs.
The level of education pays a huge part in determining a person's success in the labor market. The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that, in 2011, those with a professional degree other than a doctorate or master's had the lowest unemployment rate, at 2.4 percent, and the highest median pay, at $1,665 per week.
Missouri senators have endorsed changes in the procedure for nominating candidates for the state Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
The construction will improve safety precautions and traffic flow. The work will be done in four phases, keeping the hospital and garages on Hospital Drive accessible.
Heather Minton has been charged with kidnapping, interfering with custody and endangering the welfare of a child.
Missouri's House passed a bill Thursday that would require state and local officials to share information about companies seeking aid for economic development projects. The legislation is a response to the collapse of an artificial sweetener plant in Moberly last year.
The proposed ballot initiative would raise the state minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.25 an hour, with an annual adjustment for inflation.
John Hall shares pictures of blue jays in his backyard.
House members have proposed a taxpayer amnesty bill that might generate $70 million – more than enough to support child care and other services for children. Senators should get behind this idea, or they should accept the responsibility to propose a tax increase.
As judge after judge overturn fiscal notes for proposed voter-intiative petitions, it has made State Auditor Tom Schweich's job difficult, but not impossible.
Democrats and Republicans alike say they want to prevent the cost of federal loans from ballooning for millions of student, but each side wants to force the other to take politically uncomfortable votes.
Experts say the flaming meteor over northern California and Nevada was probably about the size of a minivan when it entered the Earth's atmosphere with a loud boom and about one-third of the explosive force of the atomic bomb.
The man was last seen running toward Interstate 44. Police used dogs and helicopters as part of the search.
The city of Joplin is holding a "hackathon" to develop a website that better provides residents with emergency management information.