Happiness is a well-adjusted horse, chiropractors say

Randy Huenefeld says chiropractic treatment can give horses a greater range of motion and comfort and improve their mood.

Equine chiropractors have been experiencing an increase in demand for their treatments, which they say can ameliorate horses' ailments and make them feel better overall. 

WEEK IN MISSOURI SPORTS: Tigers earn first SEC victory against Kentucky

Missouri defeated Kentucky 33-10 at MU's 101st Homecoming, the Providence Bowl rematch is set for district playoff semifinals and two players were suspended from the Missouri basketball team. 

Obama and Romney: Where they stand on the issues

With a little more than a week remaining before the Nov. 6 general election, some voters might still be undecided about their choice for president. Here is a look at the views of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama on some of the key issues.

Ken Jacob brings passion for education to 44th District election

Ken Jacob, the former state senator and representative, is seeking a return to the Missouri General Assembly.


Rowden brings unique background to 44th District election

The Columbia Republican and former Christian rock musician Caleb Rowden says supporting small businesses would be his priority in the legislature.


In Missouri's 44th House District, a hybrid of Columbia neighborhoods and rural towns

Missouri's new 44th House district features a race between Democrat Ken Jacob and Republican Caleb Rowden.

Missouri volleyball swept by Arkansas

The Missouri volleyball team lost 3-0 to Arkansas on Sunday after losing 3-0 to Georgia on Wednesday.



THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Politics, crime and sports grab readers' attention

Stories about the presidential election, the Taylor House and Missouri sports were popular with Missourian readers this past week.

First Presbyterian Church holds first Kirkin' o' the Tartan

First Presbyterian Church held its first Kirkin' o' the Tartan on Sunday to celebrate the church's Scotland heritage.

THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Homecoming, peanut butter and "Little Joe"

Last week's best images by Missourian photographers featured MU's Homecoming activities, Hallsville high school football and many peanut butter jars.

Candidates for Missouri treasurer bring different experiences, ideologies to campaign

Three candidates are running to be Missouri's state treasurer — the person who manages the state's revenue and oversees unclaimed property. These candidates think their political and personal experiences qualify them for the job.

Your guide for the latest on Hurricane Sandy

Here's a list of places to find up-to-the-minute reports and information regarding Hurricane Sandy as it heads toward the East Coast. 

Columbia Entertainment Company actor to perform in Rocky Horror Show

Jay Oetman, a Columbia Entertainment Company actor, will play a role as Frank-N-Furter in the company's new production, the Rocky Horror Show.

Vice Provost Korschgen finds home in her garden and MU

The MU vice provost of enrollment management has two homes in Columbia: her garden and the campus where she spent her undergraduate years. 

Giants beat Tigers in 10 innings for World Series sweep

Pablo Sandoval, who hit three homers in Game 1, was selected Series MVP. He was 1 for 5 in Game 4, dropping his Series average to .500 (8 for 16).

Alpha Epsilon Pi and Chi Omega overall winners for MU Greek Homecoming

MU Greek chapters and campus organizations competed in a variety of categories, and the winners were announced outside Jesse Hall to a crowd of hundreds.

FROM READERS: Mizzou Republicans discuss political motivations

Some mid-Missourians say they think being involved in politics is critically important. To find out what drives them, we're asking people about their political motivation and involvement.

Brady, Patriots rout Rams 45-7 at Wembley

The Patriots become the first team to win two games in London since the international series began in 2007. 

GUEST COMMENTARY: Utility practices threaten Missouri's trees

Missouri residents fear Section 537.340 of the Missouri Revised Statutes will infringe on property and due process rights.

Almost put down, German shepherd now a rescue dog

Monroe City K-9 Search and Rescue took a chance on a three-year-old German shepherd and trained him in both wilderness and disaster rescue.